I met him towards the end of January, and just this past month or so we've gotten to know each other better or as good as you can personally get to know someone when surrounded by your other friends..I see him maybe times a week at night when he comes to visit the RAs at my building. Well first of all he's a police officer at my college, so this is how I know him.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Now think what you were doing and what you were "thinking" and "planning" when YOU were 18. However your interest in an 18 year old at this point raises a hell of a lot more questions than it answers, just based on some of the other stuff you said. This is referring to the last 2 posters but why do I always seem to get the jerks on my posts? Some of these forum folks are just dying to criticize someone. No one cares about your unsolicited assessment of character The jerks will show up on any post. College guys at 25 are too old for high school gals of any age.
Are you hanging out at high schools on the hood of your trans am at 3 pm asking every girl that walks by "what up..18?
In the main, I would say that mid twenties trying to mix with late teens, is the worst age gap.
Statutory rape is sex by or with someone that's under the age of consent.
The age of consent is the age that they're legally allowed to consent to sex.
The thing is I think he's interested, but I have my doubts of course.
I'll always see that he's already looking at me whenever I look at him, and it's like an intense gaze.
That means that in NJ, since a 15 year old isn't legally allowed to consent to sex, then it's rape, because legally, she didn't consent.
But since she was willing and it wasn't technically rape, they call it statutory of the advice anyone can give you here is really relevant. Hmmm, so the 40 year old man I have a date with tomorrow night is too old for me. Or I could date 3 x 18 year olds at the same time - Is that how it works?
Just a few years later, young twenties with late twenties and beyond, the problems all but asked, and now you don't like what you heard :)ok, seriously, the question is, "strange to whom? Choose a peer, an equal, someone of similar maturity and life-experience.
"to the parents who answered, yes its uncomfortable...b/c duh, they know what you're after since there's a massive maturity and thus personality an 18 yr old, tho, an older boy can be an attractive status update. to your peers, it'll either be a joke or a sign of your attractiveness depending upon how hot she is. Think of all the learning and personal growing you’ve been through in the last seven years. At your age, I wouldn't suggest you exceed a two to three year difference if you want a relationship of equals. That's only rolling back the calendar a little bit; two years.
I think it would eventually be awkward, and you would have far more in common with a girl your own age.