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It is illegal to have sex with a child under the age of 12, and for a child under the age of 12 to have sex with any person (regardless of age), even if the sex is consensual between the two persons.
The Act governing the age of consent, and other related sexual matters and offences in South Africa are the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Act 32 of 2007, as amended.
We're tired of being told to be less than what we are so we can fit in," one of the protesters told the BBC .
As the hashtag #Stop Racism At Pretoria Girls High gained major traction in the region over the weekend, the demonstration drew the support of thousands on social media, including South African Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa who tweeted in support of students protecting their right to wear their natural hair and criticized the educational institution from acting in a manner contrary to this.
The criminalization of sex work has dire consequences for the safety and health of sex workers.
Police threaten sex workers with arbitrary arrest, demand bribes, and abuse and sexually violate them.
Students—some as young as 13—say they've been told to straighten their natural hair, been sent home for wearing cornrows and Afros, and, in the case of one student, been suspended for the "uncontrollable" nature of their hair (coincidentally, this same student had given a presentation on the "ills of apartheid" that did not sit well with school administrators on the same day she was suspended).
The demonstrations, however, go beyond the students' hair, as many on Twitter have pointed out.
For example a 17-year-old will be able to have consensual sex with a 15-year-old.Photos of the anti-racism protests also went viral and more than 25,000 people signed a petition calling for the revision of the school's code of conduct.On Tuesday, Pretoria High School for Girls announced that the discriminatory policies regarding how girls wear their hair have been suspended—no doubt thanks to the strong message put forward by the activists.As a criminalized group, sex workers have felt powerless to confront abuse by both clients and police, and in turn, unable to rely on police when they need help.With sex work pushed underground, recent research has shown a strong correlation between criminalization and the risk of HIV infection.
Over the weekend, students at Pretoria High School for Girls in South Africa gathered in protest of the school's discriminatory code of conduct.