Age, Safety & the Sex Law In Nevada

Age, Safety & the Sex Law In Nevada

Hey, Is That Legal?

In Nevada, if you are 18 years old then you are legally an adult! The law does not prohibit you from having sex with a juvenile as long as they are not four years younger than you.

At age 17, you are not prohibited from having sex with whomever you want, as long as your partner is also a consenting individual, who is not four years younger than you.

In Nevada, at 16 years old you are not considered an adult, but you are now capable of fully consenting to sex.

At 15 years old, you are not able to fully consent to sex; however, it is not prohibited for you to have sex if your partner is between the age of 14 and 18.

In Nevada, a 14 year old is not able to legally consent to sex. You are not prohibited from engaging in sex as long as your partner is under the age of 18.

Anyone under the age of 14 cannot consent to sex. If a 13 year old does have sex with a person who is two or more years older, then the older person can be charged with sexual assault!

Full article can be accessed here

Note from site Admin

Vegasdate.site only caters to people in Las Vegas and Nevada in totality who are 18 years of age and above and we administer this with a high level of zeal.

Leave a Comment

x Logo: Shield
This Site Is Protected By
Shield