Im 16 and dating a 23 year old


10-Jun-2019 00:47

It's not illegal and a 6 year age difference is not crazy but at the age of 22 and 16, it's pretty weird.He's either meant to be at uni, finished uni or he, at least, should have a job. What surprises me is that in cases like this are stigmatised whereas if it were a 40 and 46 year old, it wouldnt be, despite having the same age gap. Where at 16 you wouldn't typically class such a person as being mature even if you don't know them.But the type of 22 year olds that will go out with a 16 year old will almost certainly make my prediction come true. I take it you are the 16 yr old, it wont work out and after he has got bored of f***ing you, he will leave.relationships wit big age gaps do work out sometimes, my aunt and uncle have been together for 23 years and have like a 10 year age gap. I'm 22 and I wouldn't go out with a 16 year old as to me 16 seems very young.But 22 year olds that will go out with a 16 year old will almost certainly make my prediction come true. They really like each other, it shows but the guy told her that he feels guilty, and i just wanted to make sure if it was fine, and to show my friend so she wouldnt get so upset. Using the half your age plus 7 rule, the youngest a 22 year old should go out with is 18.

Similarly, 16 and 17 year olds cannot consent to prostitution or pornography, as each of those is viewed to be exploitative. Section 159 of the states that the age of consent for sexual intercourse is 18 years.

She is in school doing her GCSEs...aside from the obvious physical attraction they probably have, it's going to be difficult to make that last especially as she's got a lot of full-on life-changing stuff ahead of her; AS, Alevels, Uni, Gap Year etc. I would probably tell your friend to be careful - it's definitely strange. I suppose that means this could be thought of as the 22year old trying to take advantage or something.

If both consent and there's nothing devious going on, then there shouldn't be anything wrong.

He's either meant to be at uni, finished uni or he, at least, should have a job.

She is in school doing her GCSEs...aside from the obvious physical attraction they probably have, it's going to be difficult to make that last especially as she's got a lot of full-on life-changing stuff ahead of her; AS, Alevels, Uni, Gap Year etc. I would probably tell your friend to be careful - it's definitely strange.If you have any questions about the legality of your relationship or a relationship you’re aware of, feel free to give us a call.