Age of consent (disambiguation)
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Age of consent is the minimum age at which a person is considered to be legally competent to consent to sexual acts.
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Age of consent may also refer to:
- Age of Consent, a semi-autobiographical 1938 novel by Norman Lindsay
- Age of Consent, a 1987 novel by Joanne Greenberg
- The Age of Consent, a 1995 novel by American writer Geoffrey Wolff
- The Age of Consent: A Manifesto for a New World Order, a book by political writer George Monbiot
- The Age of Consent (book), a 1998 non-fiction book by Robert H. Knight
- Age of Consent (film), a 1969 film directed by Michael Powell and loosely based on the Norman Lindsay novel
- The Age of Consent (film), a 1932 black-and-white film directed by Gregory La Cava
- "Age of Consent" (song), from the New Order album Power, Corruption & Lies
- Age of Consent (Virgin Steele album), a 1988 album
- The Age of Consent, the first album by 1980s British synthpop trio Bronski Beat
- "Age of Consent", a 1969 song by Ronnie Burns which charted at #16 in Australia
- "Age of Consent", a song by art rock band 10cc from their 1995 album Mirror Mirror
- Age of consent reform, any of several movements to change the legal age of consent
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