I hope what they say about you being a lawyer is a long running joke around here or something. 2907.03 section A(13) specifically makes it sexual battery if (13) The other person is a minor, the offender is a peace officer, and the offender is more than two years older than the other person.<quoted text>
Regarding your first point, you're wrong. Go read the statutes..Chapter 2907.
Regarding your second point, that depends upon the statute.
As for your It depends part. That was the ruling by the supreme court on the Texas sodomy law. They the government has no right telling you what to do or not do in your own bedroom. Now the very same argument can be made for incest cases, teachers having affairs with students after they graduate and are of legal age and all that. Why is the court valid in saying it is unconstitutional in one instance with homosexuals and you saying it wouldn't be in cases of incest or mental health professionals and their adult patients or teachers and their legal aged students?