10th grader dating 8th grader updating 6 06 to 6 10

If they still want to go with that caveat, and I've met the boy, and he appears appropriately cowed by my threats, I'd think about it. I can't even image why a senior would WANT to go to the prom with a freshman. Curfew is prom 30 minutes, and she's to go nowhere else but the prom site. As for the lesbians, I think you just want a reaction.

If they still want to go with that caveat, and I've met the boy, and he appears appropriately cowed by my threats, I'd think about it. So, there's no worry among two lipstick lesbians who are 14 and 17? No one is worried about unintended pregnancy or even most STIs if we're talking about two teenaged girls. My kiddies are still in ES, but I do wonder about this sort of thing.

The maturity level is a catalyst; as 14 years old girls are being asked out by 17 year olds, which means the 17 year old girls must be on the so-so maturity list. The scary thought is that in a matter of months this kids will be 17 year old freshmen on a college campus and that is whole other dating quandry. I can't even image why a senior would WANT to go to the prom with a freshman. Curfew is prom 30 minutes, and she's to go nowhere else but the prom site. It's a HUGE difference when you're talking about the difference between 9th and 12th grades! I might consider it for the actual event, but she's absolutely not going to any after-prom activity.

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Same age difference, different maturity/experience level. I agree that the older they get the less the age difference becomes but when kids are still in high school there is a HUGE difference between a sophomore and a senior.

It doesn't matter if they are boys or girls, there is a big difference.

At this point, I don't think she would have much in common with someone far removed from high school. Not all boys are less mature and some girls are very immature, but more times than not boys are very much less mature than girls.

That is why parents need to judge their own child's situation and not set blanket rules for their child. Girls are generally 2-3 years more mature than boys and they simply are not generally attracted to their own age group until the boys catch up (if they ever do) in their twenties and thirties.

The maturity level is a catalyst; as 14 years old girls are being asked out by 17 year olds, which means the 17 year old girls must be on the so-so maturity list. The scary thought is that in a matter of months this kids will be 17 year old freshmen on a college campus and that is whole other dating quandry. I can't even image why a senior would WANT to go to the prom with a freshman. I can't even image why a senior would WANT to go to the prom with a freshman. But many of those same students interacted with each other at this chaperoned event.

I do believe the myth about "prom night" gets a bad rap. It's a HUGE difference when you're talking about the difference between 9th and 12th grades! I might consider it for the actual event, but she's absolutely not going to any after-prom activity.Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I'm really uncomfortable with kids under 18 dating anyone over 18, besides the fact it's illegal where I live!In fact when he was a freshman he complained that the girls wouldn't talk to the freshman boys because they all wanted to date the older boys. I think it would be strange for an 18 year old to want to date a 30 year old, but I don't think it's wrong, just strange.Would you let your 8th grader date a sophomore or junior in high school?Fun, but kind of a tame night compared to our usual weekends where I grew up.