Of course, rape that does involve force or an assault is illegal in Virginia and prosecuted as forcible rape (see Virginia Sexual Battery Laws).
Assaults of a sexual nature may also be charged under the state’s assault and battery laws (to learn more, see Aggravated Assault Laws in Virginia) and child enticement and abuse laws (see Child Enticement Laws in Virginia).
Under these provisions, minors between the age of 13 and 15 can consent to sexual activity with one another.
Although Virginia does not technically refer to this type of sexual crime as rape or statutory rape, it is treated similarly.
As such, it will be treated as a strict liability offense.
This means it does not matter if someone has a good-faith, mistaken belief or was even lied to - they will still be held criminally liable.
If you believe you may be liable for violating age of consent laws in Virginia, you should contact a lawyer immediately.