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Her being at another school probably will make a difference in how much they see each other too. It's not illegal to DATE someone who's 13.It's illegal to HAVE SEX with someone who's 13.

16 and/or an 18 year old dating a 20 year old is fine I know a 21 year old who married a 30 year old. if you really are in love with him'her, or get on with him/her well, age doesnt matter.

Thats a bit too much of a gap in my opinion, but if you're happy with them then age shouldn't matter When it's a 16 year old dating a 20 year there's such a massive experience and maturity gap whether it be university or work. you should feel comfortable around them and just have fun with them!

id=1794781Let me throw this into the mix of thoughts when discussing these sex issues with boys: If the girl skips over the consentual issues at any age and claims she was flat out RAPED, the boy has serous legal problems.

She may be afraid of telling her parents the truth.

I would ask your son what exactly he has in common with this middle schooler and have a long talk about boundaries considering her age.

I was in high school not too long ago - any one of my friends would be appalled with one of us dating a 13 year old. I am NOT saying your son is a bad person at all, but a 13 year old is very susceptible to manipulation by older boys, and even if he means no harm at all, I cannot imagine that this is anything but a disaster waiting to happen. This is going to cause a lot more drama for the both of them than it’s worth. It’s likely that she’ll be able to have very limited contact with him- especially any kind of privacy - due to her age and his age.I was the 13 yr old in that situation and we broke up pretty fast because we realized the age difference was too much.A few months later I was 14 and suddenly dating older guys was fine for me.I wouldn’t worry to much as long as they are not having sex.I think guys tend to date younger because they aren’t as mature.OP, do you know what the age of consent is in your state? I would probably just talk to him about safety and things like that.