When teenagers become sexually active, it brings to their lives a whole host of new complications and confusions.While most high school students think of the emotional, social, and physical consequences of sex, few consider the legal gray area they might be entering.The law exist because the Government doesn’t want any child above or even below the accepted age to be exploited by an adult.Many teenagers first become sexually active before the age of 17. If you are having sex at 15 or 16, are you breaking the law?As with everything involving sex, the important thing is to be responsible, respect your self and your partner, and never rush into any relationship without considering the consequences.If you have any questions or concerns about a relationship you are in, sexual or not, seek the advice of a responsible adult.She was 15 when they started dating and I am unsure if he was 21.
What are the chances of this restraining order going into place? and can the fact that he kissed her while she was 15 be held against him?
First off, my Daughter is a smart, funny, mature, independent girl with a lot of friends and who does very well in school, and is preparing for college next year. She broke up with her last boyfriend (who was her age) because he always had drama going on around him, and unlike a lot of teenagers I know, she hates drama. ) Daughter met him some months ago when her friend got her uncle (The Guy) to drive them to the mall.
Since then, he has driven their coed group of friends around town to movies and such on occasion for some months now.
There are teachers an counselors here at Kurt Hahn who can help you navigate any confusions you may have.
Maine My friend who is 16 has been dating a guy who is 22 for roughly 8 months.