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If you want to talk to them (just talk) about sex, you may have a legal issue.
Age of Majority Colorado law (2-4-401(6)) defines a minor as a person who has not attained the age of 21, except as otherwise provided in the express language of another statute.
If one person is younger than the age of consent, then any sexual acts, consensual or otherwise, can be considered statutory rape.
There are some establishments that are off limits to people of a certain age.
The age of consent is the law that states individuals (both male and female) have to be a certain age before they can consent to any form of sexual contact.
The oldest and most common age is 18, but some states or local jurisdictions might have laws that say people aged 16, or even 15, are old enough to be able to have sex if they consent to doing so.
While a 21-year-old man can walk right into a bar and order a drink for instance, he would not be able to bring his 20-year-old girlfriend in with him, even if she was not going to drink.
The same rule can apply to establishments such as hookah lounges if one person on the date is younger than 18, which usually is the legal smoking age.
Some acts young people who have reached the age of majority may be involved in are: Even though the age of majority allows young people greater rights, many young people at age 18 still live at home and are thus subject to parents rules while at home.