rainbowcherrie answered Thursday June 7 2012, 11:27 am: Three years is not a big deal and wouldn't be a problem if it weren't for the obvious issue here. You are an adult. He is not. Any sexual relationship you might have would be illegal and depending on where you live could remain illegal for a couple of years. Be careful. [ rainbowcherrie's advice column | Ask rainbowcherrie A Question ]
askjane answered Wednesday June 6 2012, 11:52 pm: it's not wrong to fall in love with someone younger than you. it's pretty normal. you can never stop your heart from falling in love with someone whom is very close to you. love is unconditional and i think you know that age doesnt matter as long as you love each other. so don't fight your feelings and go for it! :) [ askjane's advice column | Ask askjane A Question ]
rhiannon2467 answered Monday June 4 2012, 9:26 am: Is your only concern here that he is younger than you? Usually people get extremely embarrassed because of age, this is silly! Age is but a number, and yes he is three years younger but it is perfectly normal you have fallen for him. All you need to think about it implications on your friendship, whether or not HE would approve, and if you really do think it could go somewhere! Be careful if you are having a sexual relationship as it could be illegal... [ rhiannon2467's advice column | Ask rhiannon2467 A Question ]
konjure answered Monday June 4 2012, 8:15 am: It's normal to develop feelings for a younger boy, but you shouldn't act on them until he's 16. As it stands right now, if you two were to have sex, stachatory rape charges could be filed by his parents. Trust me, waiting those extra few months to be with the one you love is worth it. [ konjure's advice column | Ask konjure A Question ]
mercury answered Sunday June 3 2012, 7:24 pm: And why wouldn't it be?It is perfectly normal,some people can be quite mature at a very early age,like a fifteen-year-old boy,for instance.So if you have fallen for this guy,then go for it! [ mercury's advice column | Ask mercury A Question ]
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