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By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  14

Dude if you weren’t sure ask to see her ID.

By  WeirdUS  |  27

Yeah it’s 18 and you shouldn’t be going after someone in three years younger than you big difference emotionally at that age and why would you potentially risk being labeled a pedophile? YDI.

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By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  14

Dude if you weren’t sure ask to see her ID.

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  timinator5000  |  23

What Id does a 14 year old have? only one I'm familiar with is drivers license and not all 16 year olds would have that either. was he supposed to ask for a birth certificate? she obviously knew what she was doing.

By  Sinshine  |  25

If there's no way you could have known, nobody can expect you to know. She lied, her fault. There's one big point that can turn this into a YDI: If you had unprotected sex. I hope you used a condom and it failed.

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  PenguinPal3017  |  18

Why do you hope that the condom failed???

As an 18 year old, you shouldn't want to be with someone whose 16. In your mid 20's and up that age difference seems less significant. But at 18 you should be a lot more mature than someone who is 16. That's just a horrible idea. You guys are worlds apart.

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  melisssa87  |  30

That’s actually not true. An 18 year old girl wouldn’t go for a 16 year old boy because girls mature faster than boys. But an 18 year old boy is pretty much on the same level as an 16 year old girl

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  PenguinPal3017  |  18

I went on a date with a 21 year old woman with the maturity of a 12 year old. I've also met 14 year olds who are very mature. 16 and 18 is nothing.

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  Kalua  |  6

Actually, mentally, boys and girls mature at the same rate (Physically, girls on average start puberty earlier than boys do, but even that's only an average).
But I feel like there's often a big individual difference in maturity when it comes to teens and twenties. Like, when I was 17, I spent a lot of time with some 13-year-olds since we were in the same riding class, and some of those were - in most aspects! - more mature than some of my 16-18 year old classmates. (No, that does not mean I would've dated any of them. There was one guy I had a small crush on, but only until I found out that he was 13. Immediate NOPE.)

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  maroongrad  |  13

Nah, there is a two-year age difference between maturity/brain development. It really shafts the guys when it's time for college. The girls are usually ready but a lot of guys need another year. They aren't mature enough to live on their own, and they end up failing out their freshman year. Encouraging the guys to live at home that first year or to take a year off would really help with them staying in college :( But, we don't do that.
Still...college and independent living is a huge leap above "just got my license"....

By  WeirdUS  |  27

Yeah it’s 18 and you shouldn’t be going after someone in three years younger than you big difference emotionally at that age and why would you potentially risk being labeled a pedophile? YDI.

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  Steffi  |  26

He went after someone 2 years younger which is a pretty normal age gap and he had no reason to believe he was risking being labelled as a pedophile

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  DKING123456789  |  14

God you’re a fucking idiot. It’s the same for my state. Someone tricked me too but we ended up not having sex. I could’ve seriously fucked up my life. And that’s not our fault.

By  mas12806  |  17

This has been a recurring thing, good luck. Everyone should be paranoid about this recently. Carding should be a thing now. Also if her parents ‘found out’, & she was trying to keep it secret, you could both deny it in court. Both relevant sides say it’s false, what case could there be now?

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  PenguinPal3017  |  18

Sometimes it's very hard to tell. There are some people who look way older or younger. 2 years is nothing.

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  bluejello2001  |  16

Yep, there's a reason so many liquor stores & convenience stores have signs showing how hard it is to correctly guess someone's age.
A friend of mine transferred to my school when he was 16. The guy was already rocking a full goatee and was frequently mistaken for a member of staff. I, on the other hand, am 32 and bar staff still quiz me to see if I give the same birthday as is on my ID.