Pennsylvania laws on dating minors
It kills me to have to deal with this, because he's more mature than anyone my own age, but it's something I'm willing to wait for and deal with..hoping to make it a little more bearable till he turns 18 next year. I'm just worried about a 3rd party that might turn us in.You can call him your Sweet Baboo, your Snoogie-Woogie or your Hottie Mc Sexypants. if you know what the age of consent is, then you know that if he is too young, you leave him alone. here are the laws written out for you: Yes, well, everything that's in the books refers to sexual acts. All I want to know is what we are allowed to do, like watch a movie in the same room by ourselves, that isn't sexual.
I'm not calling him my boyfriend anymore, but what about terms of endearment like honey or sweetie? And his parents actually like me and think I'm a good influence.(that people might do on a date that, again, wouldn't be sexual) And what a suspicious person that doesn't know the full story would need as evidence to turn us into the cops.And it's really easy to judge and say hands off when you don't understand what it's like to have strong feelings for someone that society determines is too immature for you to date, when you know otherwise.Like one without a curfew or one that could buy you a drink? Obviously there's a reason he's with him, because he wouldn't be otherwise.
OP, if only him and you know about anything you two do, it wouldn't be illegal now, would it? And it's really easy to judge and say hands off when you don't understand what it's like to have strong feelings for someone that society determines is too immature for you to date, when you know otherwise. Maturity has nothing to do with the limitations put in place by the statutes. While you may claim he is more mature than his age, what is very obvious is you are lacking maturity for your age. From just your postings, I would put money on you not making it until he turns 18. There is also people considered "mandatory reporters" and if they are aware of the crime, they are required, by law, to report the crime.
Pennsylvania’s law on sex crimes is fairly complex, defining numerous crimes that are different both in their circumstances and the severity of punishment exacted on convicted offenders.