20 year old dating 16 year old bad
To engage with an older guy is to peek inside a different point-of-view on life.
So, now that I've glorified older men enough (don't worry, young, 20-something lads, your day will come…
(do not believe intercourse has happened yet and his parents are wanting to stop this and get through to him) Can someone make this clear to me of the law and at what point in touching is it crossing the line, I am having a hard time getting through to both sides about the situation.
I heard any touching is against the law and just because her parents are letting her date it does not mean he can be suxual or have intercourse with her????
You know those girls who refuse to date anyone younger than they are, much less anyone their own age? ) And I obviously have the matching theory as to why to go along with it (naturally, it involves being the younger sister).
They have a specific, thought-out reasoning as to why they're only romantically compatible with guys who are older… Throughout my entire love life — or whatever you want to call what has been 23 years of going through men, some for longer than others — I have never so much as lusted after any guy who is younger than I am. Without going too much into my dating career, the main factor in all of my relationships — significant or otherwise — has always been the man's age.
For me, and many other women like me, it all begins with a number. Before agreeing to a set-up, as a follow-up response or even playing a flirtatious game, I always find the answer to the question, “So, how old are you? And if you don't know who the Seavers are from “Growing Pains,” then you don't stand a chance.
Thus, we ladies have looked to older men to fulfill those more grown-up needs. I believe anyone can report a situation if they know he is a adult and she is a minor but what do they have to see.....making out, kissing, petting...... What draws the line of the 20 yo getting in trouble? Dear Carolyn: You posted a question concerning the 15-year-old dating the 21-year-old; I read through readers' answers and there really didn't seem to be a consensus.When I was 21, I spent a semester student-teaching 9th graders (15-year-olds) and there was a HUGE maturity difference between us.