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  1. #11
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    Default Re: My 16 (Soon to Be 17) Y/O Girlfriend's Mother Says We Can't Date After 1 1/2 Year

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    Technically the parents can tell you not to date but can't do anything unless they have a probable reason to get a restraining order. She would not even have to be the age of consent as long as you guys did not do anything sexual. Mom is not protecting her daughter because children do things that they are specifically told not to for the hell of it. A mother should be trying to get her children to do things in a safer manner. You can legally date however, you girlfriends mother can ground her from pretty much everything therefore cutting off all contact between you and her and making her life miserable in general. Maybe this isn't the best solution but, coming from someone in a VERY similar situation, you guys could just try to keep your relationship a secret.
    LOL Sure. And Mom can impose a rigid curfew, cut Internet access, take away kiddo's phone, etc. All without a restraining order.

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    Default Re: My 16 (Soon to Be 17) Y/O Girlfriend's Mother Says We Can't Date After 1 1/2 Year

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    Technically the parents can tell you not to date but can't do anything unless they have a probable reason to get a restraining order. She would not even have to be the age of consent as long as you guys did not do anything sexual. Mom is not protecting her daughter because children do things that they are specifically told not to for the hell of it. A mother should be trying to get her children to do things in a safer manner. You can legally date however, you girlfriends mother can ground her from pretty much everything therefore cutting off all contact between you and her and making her life miserable in general. Maybe this isn't the best solution but, coming from someone in a VERY similar situation, you guys could just try to keep your relationship a secret.
    OP, I would suggest not listening to the person that is clearly not a grown up.

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    Default Re: My 16 (Soon to Be 17) Y/O Girlfriend's Mother Says We Can't Date After 1 1/2 Year

    dating children is how you end up in prison.

    enticing a minor child across state lines is how you end up in Federal Prison

    then once you get out you end up a registered sex offender / child sex predator.

    so unless you want to go to prison and get branded as a pedophile (possibly literally branded, inmates aren't too fond of child molesters and can get pretty creative) you should focus your attention towards individuals who are 18 years old or older.

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    Technically the parents can tell you not to date but can't do anything unless they have a probable reason to get a restraining order. She would not even have to be the age of consent as long as you guys did not do anything sexual. Mom is not protecting her daughter because children do things that they are specifically told not to for the hell of it. A mother should be trying to get her children to do things in a safer manner. You can legally date however, you girlfriends mother can ground her from pretty much everything therefore cutting off all contact between you and her and making her life miserable in general. Maybe this isn't the best solution but, coming from someone in a VERY similar situation, you guys could just try to keep your relationship a secret.
    what do you think happens when mom goes to the judge "this adult MAN is attempting to entice my child across state lines"

    restraining orders happen that way.

    so do arrest warrants.

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    Default Re: My 16 (Soon to Be 17) Y/O Girlfriend's Mother Says We Can't Date After 1 1/2 Year

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    Technically the parents can tell you not to date but can't do anything unless they have a probable reason to get a restraining order.
    First of all, what does the word "technically" mean in the context of this sentence?

    Second, given that you're only 17 years old, what makes you think you have the competency to comment on this subject (in a thread that's been dormant over a month)?

    Third, what ridiculous reasoning makes you think that the child's parents "can't do anything unless they have a probable reason [whatever that means] to get a restraining order"? As a parent, I can assure you that parents can do lots of things short of obtaining a restraining order.

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