Because of my recent experience (as well as past experiences), I am not sure if I have much faith in the registered sex offenders site when it comes to men being convicted of statutory rape. I remember being in high school and having other girls tell me that they had lied about their ages to have sex with an older man, but I never thought I would be the one to be lied to in order for a girl to get a man.
One of my friends was dating a girl who lied to us all and said she was 19. We did not think anything was strange about her because she looked like she was in her mid twenties (like us) and she would spend morning, noon, and night with him (and sometimes us) any day of the week or weekend. She never even had to check in with parents like many teens do. A few months later he broke up with her for her insecurities. Next thing we know she's charging him with statutory rape (not her parents, HER) and she is only 16! What is going through these young girls' minds that they think it is acceptable to lie about their age and then get mad and press charges when the guy breaks up with them???
Another thing that I would like to know is how do you explain to your daughter that doing this is wrong? And how do you explain to your son that if he wants a girlfriend he needs to ask for ID? Our son's should not have to ask for an ID in order to keep themselves out of such a situation.
I would also like to know what they are putting in the milk these days. When I was younger little girls looked like little girls. Now days 12, 13, 14, etc. year old girls are looking like they are in their late teens-early twenties!
Asked by Anonymous at 4:33 PM on Jan. 26, 2011 in Relationships
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