The teenage woman is not a rapist,
she had intercourse with a minor who was 15 years old
at the time, and she was 19 years old.
Is there a double-standard, here?
Texas law (I think) is that sex can be consensual if the participants are within two years of age.
Four years difference seems a bit much to me.
It does not matter. Boys do not need protection from girls.
I speak as one who was in that position many decades ago,
at the age of 11, when I took a bus from L.A. to Phoenix, Arizona,
a trip of several hours, at night. A girl who represented herself
as being 17 sat next to me and successfully initiated sexual overtures to me.
We took a motel room at a rest stop. A few months thereafter, a girl of 23
came on to me. In both cases at the time, I deemed myself very lucky.
I value each of those experiences. I am glad that my life was enriched by them.
If anyone had attempted to interfere, I 'd have considered that
an outrageous interference in my opportunities. Of course, if either
of those girls had been prosecuted for anything, I 'd have protected her.
I see the value of defending young girls from oppressive older guys;
so the other way around.