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Not what you're looking for? Report 6 years ago 2. Original post by Anonymous Is it weird? Report 6 years ago 3. I think it's fine, I have been with guys before and it's been a year difference and nothing sexual activity was there really, if you're okay with it then go for it, you shouldn't care what other people think! Report 6 years ago 4. I think it's a bit odd But I suppose you can't help who you fall for. Would the 18 year old be turning 19 before the 15 year old turns 16?
Merlot-Onous Badges: 5. Report 6 years Is a 14 year old dating a 18 year old wrong 5. I think its a bit weird. You could be in 2nd year university and they would still have years of school to go. It is not the age gap 28 and 25, 23 and 20 are obviously finebut rather, those exact ages which make it wrong. Badges: Report 6 years ago 6. Spoiler: Show. Wait 'till it's legal. Report 6 years ago 7. If they 'do anything' the older one will probably be done for statutory rape. Even a 16 and 19 year isn't seen as good so you'll risk a lot with a 15 year old. Posted from TSR Mobile.
Report 6 years ago 8. Report 6 years ago 9. Original post by karmacrunch If you guys 'do anything' the older one will probably be done for statutory rape. Report 6 years ago Original post by Mr Rape is involuntary to one person If no sexual activity is involved then it's fine. Original post by karmacrunch Read up on what statutory rape is before you argue with me Jan. Legally fine. Also, a bit weird. But, since it's legal, do as you wish.
I know what it is However if the girl wants to do it, it technically isn't rape. I put it in bold for you. CJKay Badges: Original post by danconway 15 year olds can't consent- they are not capable of giving legally recognised consent - it's rape. As long as the two people are not immature and can understand each other, then it seems reasonable.
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