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Sometimes I wanna talk to a girl, start something with her, but then I tell myself: "No, it's not right, she's too young".
But then I wonder if doing that makes me miss out on life. When I was 18 I dated someone who was 24 for like 3 months and at 19 dated someone who was 33 and had two beautiful daughters (actually now thinking about his daughters and miss what we had). My first "real relationship" started when I was 18 and she was 15, I stayed with her for 2 years and there was no sex.
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But 17 and 19, they could be in college or university together, and be living on their own no? If the relationship was healthy and respectful, I'd view it no differently than two 18-year-olds dating.
Some schools are really tightly age-stratified, and I guess that makes people view it as odd when teens start seeing someone outside of their birth-year.
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. They need to be supported and educated more then controlled.
My son is 14 and well aware of the laws and consequences and it has made him weary of dating at all. We have also had the the birds and bees talk and advised him if anything at all comes up that all cards need to be on the table.
Personally I think tight age-stratification of social contacts is what's weird.