Oregon predatory sex offender information can also be accessed through the National Sex Offender Public Registry at .
I don't know how old this is or if anything has changed since 2011 when that bill was introduced.
Maybe read this: in the State of Oregon, anyone - regardless of Oregonage - who creates, distributes or possesses an image of a minor engaged in a sexually explicit act may be prosecuted under the State’s child pornography laws and if convicted, may be incarcerated and will need to register as a sex offender.
Recently, legislation was proposed in the Oregon State Senate that would reduce penalties for minors caught sexting.
The Age of Consent is the age at which a person is deemed by Oregon law to be capable of consenting to, and engaging in, sexual acts.
Anyone who engages in sexual activity of any type with a partner under the applicable Age of Consent is breaking the law and can be charged with crimes ranging from a misdemeanor to a felony (statutory rape) depending on the jurisdiction in which they are prosecuted.