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2 on the American Human Development Index, a scale that measures information on women's educational attainment, life expectancy, and median earnings (meaning female inhabitants are well educated, live long, and make money).Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). 3.“Emancipation of Minors – Laws | LII / Legal Information Institute.” Cornell University Law School. Pharmacist Provision of Emergency Contraception to Women Without a Doctor’s Prescription. We want you to be informed because being a “minor” affects your right to information and services. Keep in mind that these laws may be different for you if you are legally considered an emancipated minor, pregnant minor, minor living apart or married minor. 18 In the eyes of the law, teenagers of certain ages cannot consent or agree to sex until they reach a specific age. This is called the “age of consent.” These laws are meant to protect minors from being manipulated or forced into sex with older people. “Sexting Legislation 2011.” National Conference of State Legislation.