You might think that you can brag about it to your bros and all but hey, just because 12 is our Ao C doesnt make it right. Finally, Section 2423(d) makes it a crime to be what is known informally as being a “child sex tour operator.” This statute makes it an offense to profit by facilitating the travel of U. Citizens or legal permanent residents, knowing that they are traveling for the purpose of engaging in illegal sex with a minor.
Individuals aged 11 or younger in Philippines are not legally able to consent to sexual activity, and such activity may result in prosecution for statutory rape or the equivalent local law.
Philippines statutory rape law is violated when an individual has consensual sexual intercourse with a person under age 12.
Trying to enforce your own laws in other countries is just pathetic, but it will be fun when places like Saudi Arabia start trying that and American girls are extradited there to get stoned to death for sitting next to a male she isn't married to. So a priest is criminally liable for rape if he sleeps with someone Sexual exploitation (prostitution) with a person under 18 is also rape. There's a name for a male here who feels unable or unwilling to rape girls: a ladyboy.
So Freddy Aguilar having sexual relations with his 16yr. He's just not allowed to marry her since she's a minor. If you get a Pinay to come to your house and you rape her they will consider you effeminate. There used to be a t-shirt here that was very popular. It's a cuddle with a struggle." That is the sort of mentality we are talking about.
The penalty for a first time offender under these statutes is at least 15 years, up to a maximum of 30 years in prison.
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Both RA 9346 and RA 8353 amend the Revised Penal Code, however the practice in the Philippines is the publishing of the omnibus or "as amended" version of the legislation sometimes takes a second place. For example, if an individual traveled to a country that had legalized prostitution, and while they were there they paid a child for sex, that individual could still be convicted under this statute.
So often copies of the RPC do not show these later legislative amendments -- this is why sometimes it is better to ask a legally informed person to explain the law to you than to read it yourself and be confused. The penalty for this provision is up to 30 years in prison.
Only a small fraction are trying to blackmail them.
Like the Filipinas always say (but don't mean), age is just a number. Seduction is about forbidding people in a position of authority over young people from taking sexual advantage of those young people.