That way you can meet guys who share your interests. The bottom line is: I'm not saying that everything about your relationship with the 14-year-old is bad. ), and put that quality front and center on your list of traits that would make someone your "type." This way, you can date away--without worrying about getting arrested or harming your friend psychologically by involving him in a situation that is way over his head emotionally!Clearly, there is something about him that you really like. So be smart - you were smart enough to ask this question - :) EDIT: I stand corrected on the age. As part of this law the age difference language now is: "But the law includes a 'close-in-age exception,' meaning 14- and 15-year-olds can have sex with someone who is less than five years older." There is no place I know of where there are laws restricting dating.All the laws restrict a sexual relationship between a minor and an adult.The problem with a sexual relationship - The way I read the law the age of consent is 14 - Government is trying to raise it to 16 but that hasn't happened yet.The problem appears to be the age difference because the parties cannot legally be 5 years or more apart in age, which you are.
It isn't legal even if they are in agreement and everything is consensual. An age gap is totally fine as long as both people are ADULTS. So, yes, you can get in trouble if you were to pursue a physical relationship with him. Even if you and he had absolutely nothing in common, he'd be interested in you.You might be interpreting his interest in you as maturity. But as the adult, it's your responsibility to realize that the relationship is wrong.If the girl is 14, most likely, the 19-year-old boy will try to go to far sexually, and that can lead to problems for the both of them.The girl can be emotionally and/or physically abused, and the boy can end up serving jail time. Her parents were not too happy about me, but they knew Im making theyre daughter happy.