17 year old daughter dating 24 year old

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Go to first unread. Skip to :. Anonymous 1. Report Thread starter 9 years ago 1. I'm currently talking to a 17 year old girl a lot. I'm really interested in her and really want to make a move and ask her on a date. Something keeps on holding me back. We seem to flirt a lot making fun of each other and calling and texting each other a lot talking about life. I really enjoy talking to her. She's lo of fun and she's also really mature for her age too. I don't want to be seen as a perv who's lusting over teenagers.

Call me silly, but I'm gonna be 25 soon so that will mean she's 8 years younger than me. I really like her though. Is 17 when your 25 too young? Is the fact that I find her a mix of smart, funny, cute and sexually attractive wrong? I mean she's still in sixth form. I'm nearly leaving university. Not what you're looking for?

Anonymous 2. Report 9 years ago 2. I've been in this situation before, but me being the girl. I started talking to this person online and we swapped s. I was 15, coming 16 and he was We got quite close, and talked about being in a relationship but long story short we stopped talking, which I regret now but my phone broke so i've lost contact with him. We never met, but talked about it, but I'm a shy person so didn't really initiate it. Anyway, as you said she's mature, just like I was, so really it's up 2 both of you, plus she's over 16 so you wouldn't be in trouble or anything.

Just talk about it and take it slow. I'd say go for it.

17 year old daughter dating 24 year old

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Whould you let your 17 year old Daughter date a 24 year old man?