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A number of documents and publications published prior to those 1988 Criminal Code amendments suggest a variety of reasons for those changes in the law.

Introduced at the same time, the offence of "sexual exploitation" also makes it an offence for an adult to have any such contact with boys and girls over 14 but under 18, where a relationship of trust or authority exists between the adult and child.

With the advent of the Criminal Code in 1892, the strict prohibition against sexual intercourse was retained for girls under 14 (not married to the accused) and the law was strengthened to make an accused’s belief about the young woman’s age irrelevant.

That age limit has not changed and remains in place today, with narrow exceptions for consensual activity between young persons less than two years apart in age. For example, the Badgley Report notes that seduction of a girl over 12 and under 16 "of previously chaste character" was made an offence in 1886.

Furthermore, the offences of unlawful sexual intercourse did nothing to protect young women from other forms of sexual contact short of intercourse.

The lack of protection for girls between 14 and 16 who were not of chaste character or who were found more to blame for an offence was also seen as a serious limitation on the law’s ability to protect young women from pregnancy or to maintain standards of morality, assuming that was the motivation behind it.