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I honestly am not so much looking for permission as I am curious about the thoughts of others. And if you had a daughter you might have a friggin clue, I dated a girl who was only a few months into being 17... I had made an exception in her case, because I had my own little rules for dating anyone more than a couple years younger than me. Her mother loved me, although it helped that her mom knew me. I'm well read, I keep up with the news, I'm active politically, I would rather watch a movie made 50 years before I was born than the latest torture-porn at the theatres.I've pretty much made up my mind to ask her out unless I hear someone with a good reason not to, but I'm just wondering about some opinions.blueberry, all I can say is... The last thing I need are my testicles mounted on a trailor hitch. I'm looking for an actual relationship, not just to get laid.Three years between a boy and a girl makes you about even emotionally.

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Would I be thrilled, naw...would I be upset, not really. If she improves you as a person, and you do the same for her..I'm not just talking between the two of you but those strange outward manifestations where parents say things like "she's really good for him..has a new sense of purpose, he's more aware of the consequences of his actions", etc., then I'd say it's a good thing. Mine, OTOH, had 2 issues...one, they felt like she was too incredible looking (damn close to a 10) and two, socially her family had an incredible case of red-neck-itis (mom didn't tell me this part until a few years later).

When I was 21, I was with a girl who was 16, had the body of a 22 y.o. The moral of this is, don't expect your parents to tell you the whole truth as to why they're not approving.

Nevertheless, it's important to know, in your state, what is legal and what is a crime. have to be honest here,... When i was 20 me and the guys that i hung out with had a rule,..

Dont date,..to,.even look at a girl that has TEEN in her age. Now lets say that my oldest was 17 and you wanted to date her,... I would invite you over for dinner,..dont worry about her 6 uncles sitting there in the living room cleaning their shotguns,..are harmless,..unless prevoked. As I said, I've never dated someone younger than me.

A three year difference down the road is nothing,but at your ages it is big.2.

You need to stay away from dating in the work place.Apparently, so did SHE, since she didn't date the entire time she was in high school for that exact reason. To the parents out there that say they would not let there 17 year old daughter date a 20 year old boy. Lets just say YOU THINK you know everything that's happening. when I was in High School I had next to nothing in common with them. Anyway, I also think you're maybe looking for an excuse, or somebody's permission. If she or her parents have a problem you'll find out soon enough, even if you don't ask them.I agree that there's generally a big difference between 20 and 17, which is why generally I don't date younger women and I've made it a rule not to date high school girls. As for not dating in the work place, if I had some important job I would agree. But 2-3 years older for the guy is quite typical -- the average age of the male in first marriages is about 2 years older, so maybe you're over-thinking this.Causes too many problems and may cause unemployment for either or both. As the parent of a 20 year old daughter, knowing her male friends that are her age, and thinking back on her level of maturity at 17 (and that of those same male friends at that age) I would have to say that I don't see anything wrong with it. BUT..this is a BIG factor..is still a minor..be VERY careful in your actions.You show a good level of maturity by even thinking this through the way you are.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. We get along well, have a lot in common, she's just cool and I think I have a shot. Mainly because there's too much drama, too many issues, and frankly, most of the time I have nothing in common with them.

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