Some have said to continue dating him, as we have feelings for each other, and that age is just a number. If we must do this for sex offenders, then I think, to be fair, all criminals must be under similar rules and regulations. I can't say reading these responses and having 12 hours to mull things over is enough to make a decision, so I can't really promise that I'll be updating this thread with a final decision. If you think its wrong, then dont do it. In seven months and 11 days he will be 17, but still I know I'm not ready to have sex and personally I don't think he is either.
You need to really, really make an effort to get her family to accept you, and grow to like, and eventually love you. As a side note, she has a brother who's, like, 22 and probably pretty protective of her. I understand the whole more mature for his age, because I was like that. Where as others have said they don't believe it's right, or moral. I'll turn 20 three months before she turns 17, and even though that's just three months apart, being a 20 year old dating a 16 year old still makes me feel weird. I have not lived with my mother since I was 15-16, I grew up way before most teens did. I have talked to him about not wanting to take our relationship to a deeper level, especially after our issues with his mother.
It would take a very particular pair to make it work as a proper relationship. However, I would recommend you consult with your attorney before choosing any course of conduct. There will be challenges along the way, but there are with any relationship. Find out the laws in your state of residence before having sex. You are correct in that you cannot get married under the age of 18 without parental consent. I wish we didn't have to have these kinds of laws because it makes having a simple relationship difficult.
I hit the brakes, wondering what the fuck am I going to do? You'll be fine, and I know you will go far in life. Anyway, moving past that, something happened that I'm not sure how to reply to. Also, the parents of the minor child do have the right to take out a restraining order to keep the adult away from their child, whether the minor wants to see the adult or not. In my opinion, a college aged man isn't all that well adjusted if he is attempting to date a girl in high school. As you mature into womanhood you will realize how important it is to be selective with who you choose to date. Users who post their account names or personal information in their questions have no expectation of privacy beyond that point for anything they disclose.
He was against the idea of course. I don't mind if you have something to say that you think might upset me, I just want advice. His mother judged me for my age and hasn't even met me yet, though I've expressed several times that I want to meet her. I was wondering what kind of charges his mother could press against me and what the punishment would be. She sent me a text message that they are having unprotected sex on purpose, and not she claims she is pregnant. There are no divorces and carrying on. In one extreme moment, my boyfriend suggested we move to Scotland.
You know you are not ready to take this relationship to a deeper level and fyi, that is an incredibly mature insight that you have , and I am getting from your post that you have tried to make that clear to him. So please, I'm asking anyone who can help me with this to help me. Thank you, and yes, that is exactly what I was thinking. I don't think I'm willing to date her at this exact point in time. This is where the situation gets interesting.
This begs the question- What is a child? I am totally against any form of abuse to any animal or human being. But once he turns 18, he can date anyone he wants. Their Tax statements state this as fact. But even then, she'll still be in high school. I guess I just needed someone elses opinion on the matter. I've genuinely never had as much in common with someone as I do her and I enjoy talking to her over text messages and facebook. In Oregon, this clause allows minors who are within three years of their partner's age to consent in a sexual relationship.
So, to answer- the age of consent in Texas is 17. Just because some people might not think its right, doesn't mean you need to listen to them and make them happy. To me, that's a manipulative young man who is preying on a naive younger peer because he thinks he won't get caught. By using or participating in this site you understand that there is no attorney client privilege between you and the attorney responding. I know that most of my problems have been addressed but perhaps I am looking for something a little more. Her parents approved of me and I loved her very much.
I feel rather pathetic, but I like getting a more mature oppinion because sometimes I can look at things immaturely, and I need to learn to grow more mature so I can become an adult. I was in the exact same Plus another brother, and an older sister position as you. So I'm really into a sophomore in high school who's 16, turning 17 this October. If he won't do that, then he most certainly isn't worth your time. Search engines are free to index and cache our content.