Oklahoma has a number of laws that sexual violence and domestic abuse. The following list is not all inclusive, and you are encouraged to explore the Oklahoma State Courts Network for more information.
The legal age of consent for any type of sexual activity is 16.
According to Oklahoma law, a person cannot legally give consent for sexual activity if:
a) the person is under the age of 16 (legal age of consent) Title 21, Section 1123 (b) of the Oklahoma Statutes
b) the person is developmentally disabled, or
c) the person is mentally incapacitated or physically helpless, including as a result of alcohol or drugs.
Title 21, Section 1111 of the Oklahoma Statutes
Domestic violence: harassment, photos, interference with personal liberty, intimidation of a dependent, physical abuse, or willful deprivation by a person who is or was a family, household member or domestic partner of the complainant. A family, household member or domestic partner includes: a spouse, former spouse, parent, child, stepchild, or other person related by blood or by present or prior marriage; a person who shares or formerly shared a common dwelling; a person who has or allegedly has a child in common or shares a blood relationship through a child; a person who has a dating or engagement relationship; a personal assistant to a person with a disability; or a caregiver.
Oklahoma Code on Domestic Abuse Title 22, Section 60.1(1) of the Oklahoma Statutes
Rape is illegal in the state of Oklahoma.
To view the laws, definitions, punishments, and survivor support, see Oklahoma Statutes, Title 22
For additional statutes relating to sexual violence, domestic violence, harassment, stalking, and other forms of violence and abuse, you may search the Oklahoma Statues page.