It is a crime to have sexual intercourse with a person under the age of But you might have a defence if you are a similar age and both of you consent. There are different laws in each state about how old you have to be before you can have sex.
This in part reflects a net outflow of young adults from Tasmania to pursue education and employment opportunities interstate, also resulting in a loss in population of reproductive age. Tasmania also had a proportionately higher number of people aged 45 years and over This partly reflects a trend of adults in this age group moving to the state.
Updated October 05, Advertisements in a Hobart newspaper for unprotected sex services have been referred to police, Tasmania's Health Minister Michael Ferguson says. Two ads promoting "natural" services currently running in The Mercury's adult services section have sparked concern about the spread of sexually transmitted infections STIs in the community.
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Even by Australian standards, Tasmania feels strange and remote. Its colonial history verges on the gothic. By the s, settlers were embarking on a brutal frontier war with the Tasmanian Aborigines, whose last members were rounded up and removed to a smaller island, Flinders, where they died of disease and despair in one of the most shameful chapters in British history.
The ability to switch the sex of some crustacean species looks likely to offer increased advantages to an already hi-tech aquaculture sector, thanks to research being undertaken by the University of Tasmania's Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies IMAS and the University of the Sunshine Coast USC. While sex change is a well-known natural phenomenon in the in the marine world, in most reproductive species this does not occur naturally. Nevertheless, according to Dr Ventura, certain crustacean species alter sex naturally to extend their mating season.
Prostitution in Australia is governed by state and territory laws, which vary considerably. Federal legislation also affects some aspects of sex work throughout Australia, and of Australian citizens abroad. Though Australia is largely homogenous in its attitude to sex work,  the legal responses of the nine jurisdictions have differed.
The age of consent laws across Australia are notoriously inconsistent. While the age of consent stands at 16 in the majority of states and territories, it is 17 in South Australia and Tasmania. The age at which a person can consent to sex with any other person in Tasmania is