Do freshman dating seniors
The Seniors don't actually brainstorm this stuff, but it tends to be the framework of these silly relationships.
I remember from high school that it worked fine for a few couples. I would strongly recommend against it for the male. The female is 14 or 15 and a Child (minor) in every state.
These may be some of the questions running through the mind of Kaitlyn Hunt as she continues to murk her way through the criminal justice system for engaging in a relationship with her fourteen year old, same sex girlfriend.
Any seniors out there freaked the f*ck out for next year?
Should sex education be required, and if so, is that the best place to tell Florida high school students that they may not legally consent to having sexual relationships until the age of sixteen according to Florida Statute 794.05 and 800.04?
According to those statutes, the fact that a person under the age of sixteen consents to having sexual relations with a person of at least eighteen years of age is not a defense that will be considered when determining the eighteen year old’s guilt.
The Freshman could be wanting to date someone who is (most likely) at the top of the social stratum for the sake of popularity.
Whatever the case, it is their choice in the grand scheme of things.Here's the thing that worries me: What this means is that you're setting up your relationship for a very dangerous power dynamic. That scares her a little, but then she thinks, that's not weird. Now I'm not trying to say that "I Love You" one month in is weird or not (okay, it's a bit weird, but typical for high schoolers).But, when one person hides their discomfort with a situation -- sexual, emotional, whatever -- because they assume the other person is superior, it's a problem.For all they know, the senior could be a good student that plans on going to college next year. I'm sure that opinions on this forum vary, so it would be interesting to hear each side back up their opinion. When I was a senior, I got along with some freshmen.I just don't understand why people automatically assume older=bad. Or a freshman dating a weed-smoking freshman that doesn't care about school and will drop out when he turns 16. If a 37 year old is trying to date a freshman, I could understand people thinking that's wrong. The age gap is not extreme as some people make it sound. The reason I'm asking is can you say statutory R-A-P-E? There are some people that think it's such a bad thing for seniors to date freshmen.