Most Helpful Guy
Even though it's just 4 years, not only is it illegal but you both are in two VERY different stages of your lives. You've just started puberty, as well as high school, while he is practically an adult who is about to face the real world.0
Most Helpful Girl
I don't advise it. I'm 16 and this guy who is now 19, at the time i was 15 and he was 18, went on a date. we started talking again this summer, but it just wasn't working.
For one thing: Even though we didn't have sex, it was still something he loved to discuss. If we actually went further, it might have happened and it would've been illegal.
Another: we were facing two different major mile stones in our lives. He, being a college student, likes to go partying and drinking. Thats a time for him to spend single so he can enjoy his time. I'm 16. I have so many plans and events like junior prom, dances, wanting be able to bring him around my family without looking like a pedophile. This is a time for you to explore and grow, not to date someone who is going to want to enjoy the single life.
You should try when you're of age so it's not against the law and you grow a little more.
No matter your personality, being 15 is being 15. You are not mature enough for a relationship with an adult. You'll have mood swings you can't control and you need to experience high school like anyone else would- with growing pains.
It may not be what you want to hear, but it's the truth. Dont make that type of commitment.0