Texas laws about minors dating dating and relationship advice for gay men

03-Jan-2019 15:56

Wow okay, I'm not stupid I know that my parents can't change anything with their consent. Only reason I even said anything is because if my boyfriend and I stay in a committed relationship I know the conversation is going to come up eventually and I don't want my dad getting pissed and calling rape.You don't know my dad were not that close, we barely talk in the first place, he doesn't listen because he doesn't want to listen. Neither of you have really even answered my question.

The minor must be at the age of consent for sexual contact to take place, which varies from state-to-state but is commonly 16.

My mom is okay with it as long as we follow her rules until I'm 17 which is the consent age in Texas.

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If someone (can be anyone - neighbor, teacher, relative....) reports what they believe is inappropriate behavior between the two of you, he "might" still get in trouble with the law.

My question involves criminal law for the state of: TX I am 14, turning 15 in a few days, and I'm wanting to date a guy who is 17, turning 18 in a little over 3 months. He only goes to prison for years instead of decades.

The minor must be at the age of consent for sexual contact to take place, which varies from state-to-state but is commonly 16.My mom is okay with it as long as we follow her rules until I'm 17 which is the consent age in Texas. Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. Animals bring love to our hearts and warmth to our souls. If someone (can be anyone - neighbor, teacher, relative....) reports what they believe is inappropriate behavior between the two of you, he "might" still get in trouble with the law.My question involves criminal law for the state of: TX I am 14, turning 15 in a few days, and I'm wanting to date a guy who is 17, turning 18 in a little over 3 months. He only goes to prison for years instead of decades.A two-year age difference isn’t particularly alarming, and dating is fairly standard at that age.