18 year old guy dating

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We made it to 17 without a bit of trouble, and now I just dont know how to handle it.I dont want to push her away with ultimatums and demands, as she will be 18 soon; she could just go do whatever she wants anyway, then. Depending on the laws in your state, the legal age of consent may either be 16 or 18.But as long as you aren't caught having sex, or doing anything that may be considered "sexual", then it's perfectly fine to date him.I mean, sure, there are some things that are different about dating someone who isn’t your age, but for the most part it’s really not that big of a deal. The most common reaction to the age difference is total shock, followed by the question “But how did you meet? Sometimes when you’re with him and all of his friends, you might feel a little out of place. You learn that people are rude enough to ask questions like, “But why would you date someone younger than you?

Or, hell, maybe I'm just overreacting about the whole thing. Im planning a long talk with her later tonight, then talking to her dad and then figuring out where we all go from there. I guess you could call the cops and ruin his life for doing something entirely normal.

So there will definitely be consequences for that, but as for the rest, I am at a loss. But knowing her, I can understand what an older person would like about her. And Guy has called apologizing about lying and they both have said he wanted to tell us, but she didnt. I spent a lot of time today talking him out of finding the Guy and doing bodily harm to him.

I cant change whats already happened; I just want to find the right way to deal with it and move on. Shes always had her head on straight, I dont think for a second she would allow anyone to pressure her into anything she didnt want to do, and Ive always believed she is WAY more sensible than I was at that age. He also said that he would do anything he could possibly do to show that he really cares for her. He has refused many times to even meet the Guy when he thought they were just friends, and now has labeled Guy a sick pervert.

After all, you didn’t exactly grow up at the same time.

I agree with knifewrench, but since I don't think it's wrong (and that's what I feel the question is really asking) I picked no. Also, and I'm *not* saying that this is always the case, sometimes older guys pressure younger girls for physical things that they are not emotionally ready for.

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