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Egypt's age of consent, jail and laws?

Egypt's age of consent, jail and laws? Topic: Coptic egyptian writing and meaning
July 16, 2019 / By Effi
Question: Wondering what the age of consent is in egypt? i.e., in the USA anyone below 18 is considered a minor. then there are many laws varying from state to state regarding consent. I can't keep an eye 24/7 on my kids, particularly when they're teens so I'm just concerned...Yes, we all know Egypt is a conservative country but it still happens, it's just more hidden than in the west whether one is willing to admit it or not. Anyhow, one extreme case in point is of Gernarlow Wilsons 10 year sentence (see link below for more info. about case).' • Wilson in prison for consensual oral sex at age 17 with 15-year-old girl. If 2 teenagers were having consensual oral/whatever type sex and someone walked in on the couple and called the police would both go to jail/? Or this wouldn't involve jail time? Hypothetically worried if when my son becomes a teenager and finds a willing partner (same age),gets caught by parents or whomever freaks out enough to call the cops what r the consequences? http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/06/11/teen.se... Last minute appeal in teen sex case sparks outrage Story Highlights• Prosecutors appeal ruling to throw out Genarlow Wilson's sentence • Appeal means Wilson will stay behind bars • Judge earlier voided Wilson's 10-year prison term Monday • Wilson in prison for consensual oral sex at age 17 with 15-year-old girl TLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- Jubilation turned to anger Monday after Georgia's top prosecutor vowed he would fight a judge's order that would have set free Genarlow Wilson, a Georgia man serving a 10-year prison sentence for a consensual sexual encounter he had as a teenager. Wilson's attorney, B.J. Bernstein, said her client would not accept a proposed plea bargain that would get him out of prison because it would require Wilson to plead guilty to a felony. A judge ruled Monday that his conduct should have been punished as a misdemeanor. "We're going to keep fighting," Bernstein told reporters at a news confe Roshdy, am not setting comparisons, I am asking questions. That is a form of learning that's encouraged in universities, you know? Also, how can you come to the conclusion that that's all I want to know about egypt? I've been to this forum many times, and my questions span over many topics. So to answer your ?, no, that's not all I'd like to know about egypt. Why don't you answer mine? Did I ask for an emotional response, you didn't even come close to answering my question, but I'm glad you were able to get a point out of it. Good for you. Please don't waste my time with a useless response, i've seen your answers before and they're generally informative. So you don't like the questions topic obviously, you don't have to answer. But I'm not going to ask you to stop answering. so pls. don't ask me to stop trying to understand another culture either.
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Chastity Chastity | 10 days ago
According to Children's Law, No12. 1996 : Egypt. The age of majority is 21 years. The age for consensual sex is 18 years. The age for marriage is 16 years. The age determination applies to both sexes. You are right we cannot live in denial that just because Egyptians are predominately from backgrounds with very high moral standards ie Muslim and Coptic, that there is no sexual experimenting carried out by teenagers and adolescents. To pretend otherwise would be as naive as we think the kids of today are. Just watch music videos,they are nothing but sugarcoated soft porn with a beat. Sex sells,teenagers are just curious to know what all the fuss is about. Its just as true here as it is in the West,all young people have raging hormones that just part of going up.. I remember last year in Cairo noticing a rather well built young girl in a very tight black T shirt with "I'm So Sexy " written in silver, she was also wearing hajib. I've always wondered did her Mum see her walk out the door with that on! I am sure many parents would be totally shocked if they knew what young Amira and Ayman were really up to . Because I've seen very respectable young kids in Luxor on hot summer nights sitting huddled together on the grass and I've heard the giggles of half protest. I am not condoning or judging, I am just saying we have to be realistic youth in 2008 and realise that todays 13 is 1998's 18. Education and maintaining open dialogue with your kids is far healthier and less risky than outmoded denial that it wouldnt happen in our family..
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Arlene Arlene
Why always interfere amreeka and us here in Egypt, we are islamic country and they are not, stop seting comparisons oral sex for teen agers ? that what you really want to know and learn about Egypt ?
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