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Rated M For Mature

When speaking of maturity as a legal and societal construct, as opposed to biological maturity, the rules are in constant flux. Things we consider either a sign or privilege of maturity today were often different in the past. Marriage and sexual relations for example were often allowed far earlier than today, conforming to biological maturity, while voting rights, or the right for a voice in the economy, was allotted later.

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