25.33 Offences against children are commonly expressed in terms of the age of the victim.For example, there are offences against young children—under the age of 10, 12 or 13 years of age, depending on the jurisdiction This gradation generally reflects the seriousness of offences against very young children.Australia is a federation of States and Territories, with each State and Territory having the primary jurisdiction over age of consent issues within its territory.However, as a result of the international affairs power under Australia's constitution, a 1997 United Nations Human Rights Committee ruling has resulted in States repealing rules that differentiated between homosexual and heterosexual people on age of consent issues.It is never okay for any person to have sex with another person who is under 13.If you are 13-16 years old it is illegal for someone to have sex with you, except in very limited circumstances.Once you turn 16 another person who has also turned 16 can have sex with you if you both agree to it.
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