High school freshman dating senior
A high school freshman is generally way different from a high school senior. But this thread is somewhat based on me 2 years ago. That's part of why it failed.[quote=city_data91;16948843]Just to clear up any confusion, I'm not a senior. Seeing as freshman are 14 or 15, let's say the freshman is on the older end of the grade so she's 15. And the senior is on the younger end of the grade, he's 17 and he's a summer baby. The senior guy has the freshman girl's best interest in mind. He's not just looking for an easy freshman girl to have sex with. Freshmen and seniors may have elective classes and/or play sports together. Yet they may not date or have sexual encounters without fear of life changing effects.To most, it is common knowledge that people who have reached the age of majority should not be romantically involved with minors.Perhaps they have grown up together, go to the same church or somehow know each other outside of school? There are some people that think it's such a bad thing for seniors to date freshmen.Does this happen frequently I don't think so but anything is possible. There are other people that think there's nothing wrong with seniors dating freshmen.BY ANAILI MEDINA — High school: a place to meet people? High school students usually span from ages fourteen to eighteen. Or get into relationships that last, end, or get you in jail?
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. This might come as a surprise to some posters, but you CAN have a relationship without sex. Yes, there are those who successfully date others with all kinds of differences.
For all they know, the senior could be a good student that plans on going to college next year. Most people on this forum are older (most not all) and having sex well it just didn't happen as much as it does now..people are against it because chances are if you are dating you are having sex-and I see where you are are from-not a big city so pickings are slim... There are other people that think there's nothing wrong with seniors dating freshmen.
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.
What about the freshmen and sophomore students—should they know about the possible consequences of their actions on others, and about their incapacity to consent?
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?