Is a 19 year old dating a 16 year old bad
Not a really big deal. Are you worried about statutory rape becoming an issue? In many places, a close age gap is enough to prevent the charge. For example, when I was 17, I became pg by a 19yo. Even though he was over 18, he could not be charged with a crime bc we were just 25 months apart. If he had been a year or two older, he could potentially have gotten into trouble.
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Bring back the old MDC. It wouldn't bother me, but when I was 16 I dated a 23 year old and at 19 I was dating a 16 year old. I wouldn't have any issue with that age difference. Heck, my husband and I started dating at 14 and 17 and we've had 30 years together. Are you worried about the legality of it if their relationship becomes sexual I would be totally fine with it as long as I see that no one is exploited. If the relationship is healthy I see no problem. Especially I guess at 17 you already talked a lot about relationship, sex etc. Originally Posted by Chirina.
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What is the age of consent in Maryland for engaging in sexual conduct
With ages that close, I'd be more concerned with their respective maturity levels than their birth dates. I've known immature late teens of either sex, and advanced ones, as well. I generally prefer to see partners of similar "age and stage" and this is an age group with wide variety on that. An ambitious young women with her eye on college at 17 shouldn't date the same young person as her age peer who is hanging out behind the Dairy Queen might find suitable.
As long as you feel it would be consensual no matter what they "got in to". That is always were I drew the line. Originally Posted by Blake Zangetsu. I think as long as you have talked over everything sex, consent, consequences, respect in relationships with your child assuming one of these is your child then I see no problem with it. Originally Posted by parentin20thcent. Lets look at it from this point of view. What if it was 14 and 16 or 20 and I think its a safety thing, both the children need to be made aware of the laws and consequences.
They need to be supported and educated more then controlled. I completely understood because I respect him and want the best for him so we stopped talking for about 2 months or more checking in once in a while but nothing romantic. I've asked around and my sister who's 20 doesn't seem to think it will work out. What do you guys think? Edited on March 7, at Delete Report Edit Lock Reported. Respond Your response must be between 3 and characters. Zombie Send a private message. Honestly speaking you've got a lot of things not in your favor: Your relationship may not actually be legal depending where you live.
Look into age of consent laws and the maximum difference between ages you're allowed to have. Tinder is an app intended to streamline getting sex which I'm sure you're aware of. If you're not then you should be aware that that was why he was on there. You don't use tinder to make friends, you use tinder to find people to sleep with. I'd take the comment "I was just looking for friends" with a big grain of salt.
At 16 and 19 you're going to be going through two similar but very different maturation processes. Emotionally he may be well ahead of you or behind you. Thinking you're on the same page with a guy you don't really know that well would be a dangerous assumption for you to make. In a similar vein, depending where you live, the age at which you can go out to bars may be very different.
If it's 18 you won't be able to go out with him and his friends on the weekends and he may get sick of staying in or just going to movies etc. He's going to catch flak for dating you and you'll catch flak for dating him due to the age gap. Five years from now it won't matter, but right now some people will think he's a manipulative pedophile and other will see you as a gold digger or suspect you have daddy issues.