I've noticed some questions and myTakes arguing about how teenagers are too inexperienced and young to understand anything, and I know some people disagree with that. I read one comment where a guy said if it were a late teen then he might be able to hold a conversation with them, politically or whatever... yet what about those kids who graduate high school at 11? Would you still consider them too immature to talk to, too young? What if they were experts in political fields, or science, doctoring, would you be able to talk to them as you would an adult?
Most Helpful Guy
I find this whole under 18 thing a bit weird - It is like people forget they were once under 18 themselves - Granted maybe on the sex questions they might be a bit inexpierenced but I usually skip those because they are boring - In all other topics I think anyone of any age can answer any question. I have been impressed by most of the under 18s on the site so far.0
Most Helpful Girl
Some teens are very mature for their age.
But what I have noticed about some of them is that However , what I have noticed is that some of them sound rather rehearsed.
They give mature views on topics based off of what they think is socially correct.
But what they do lack is the actual experience which gives answers more value and substance.
The experience value which they lack is something you can find in someone a little older (unless that teen has been through a lot).
But regardless of that fact , I treat everyone here equally with respect and value them for answering.0