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So you are defending Valhalkarie's comments? Because she is the one I was replying to.
Is it a crime or illegal to send sexual content to someone’s spouse that you have been having a relationship with?
I live in Wisconsin, am a senior in high school and turned 18 in November of 2009. My parents signed an Age of Majority sheet, which pretty much says that I can excuse myself from school without them having to call or send a note saying that it’s okay that I’m missing school. I have skipped some classes lately, so they called my school and told them to take my age of majority away so I can’t sign out myself anymore. This doesn’t really make sense to me, seeing as the criteria to obtain age of majority is that you’re 18 years old. In my opinion, you should be able to be any age to get age of majority if your parents can just take it away. So my question is, do my parents have a right to take my age of majority away from me at school even though I’m 18?