Consent which is obtained through the use of force, actual or implied, whether that force is exerted physically or through threats, intimidation or coercion, does not constitute unequivocal consent.
The more I'm looking into this, the more it looks like, in Idaho at least, the younger party, male, could be found to be guilty of rape should sexual activity occur, against the older yet minor female. The girl is 16 though, so if I am reading the above code correctly, she is outside of the protected age for that particular code.
According to a 2011 CDC survey, an estimated 1 in 5 women in the United States have been raped.
“But obviously we would encourage our students to proceed with caution when they’re doing those types of dating services.”Sexual assault is a significant issue, whether spurred by meeting online or not.
Any person found to have had sexual intercourse with a female under 18 as defined in code section 18-6101 — RAPE DEFINED - Idaho 18-6101 — RAPE DEFINED - Idaho Code :: Justia is guilty of rape.
I also found a code section which makes the act of fornication, or consensual sexual intercourse between two unmarried adults, a crime. Precedent would help tell you how these things are litigated and adjudicated.