That's cool, but that's you. It would be weird for me to get with a tranny, or another man, or an old lady, but I'm happy for those who are into that stuff and I say go for it. The law has determined that 16 year olds are mature enough to make their own choices, so I don't see an issue here.
Again, as I said, if that's the law where you're from then your only issue would potentially be with the girl's father if he had a problem and if you chose to be with a 16 year old.
Now it's not 16 where I'm from, and personally, FWIW, I think it should be 18.
One teenager having attraction for another teenager. The age of consent in Canada was 14 up until 2008 anyways, when it was changed to 16.
I don't consider 19 year olds and 14 years olds teenagers in the same sense. A 19 year old is legally an adult while a 14 year old is right around the junior high/high school borderline age. If a 19 year old has sex with a 44 year old, I wouldn't say a word, despite the age difference being much larger, I won't judge consenting adults.
The age of consent in Canada was really 14 until that recently?
I don't think you can call any attraction wrong. Attraction is not a choice, so how can the person be doing something wrong if they are not actively choosing who to be attracted to? Also, having an appreciation for attractiveness is quite a bit different from only going after girls that are really young. The last girl I was with was 23.
This is where I really disagree. I think adults being attracted to children is simply wrong. When it's two consenting adults, I don't judge at all. And I know people can't control who they're attracted to, just like Jeffrey Dahmer couldn't control being so sick in the head. The worst thing about certain thoughts is when people act on them. If you don't act on them, then you're not hurting anyone, but I firmly believe there's something wrong with any adult who is attracted to a kid.
Do you like when kids who get bullied in school end up killing themselves?
Do you think picking on a kid who gets good grades is any different on picking on someone who has a lot of money?
The fact that people revel in the breakdowns of girls like Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes is very very disturbing to me. Most of these people would say they're against bullying, or it makes them sad when they hear about girls who become messed up and fall into a depression. But if the girl is famous and has personal problems... its somehow awesome?
I mean I expect loser trolls like mr rad to be bout that. But people who are supposed to be normal? What pleasure does it give you to see someone succumb to the anxiety and insecurity fame and constant exposure can bring? Even if these girls want to lay low, they cant. They're stalked by cameras everwhere. I understand amanda bynes is puttin her own self on blast here, but the reason she prob goin so crazy is because all her problems get made public. plus these young 'starlets' are expected to have a twitter and always interact with their fans and be interesting and be sexy. And they're just regular girls, they're not uber savvy business masterminds. They're still insecure like any girl, they're trying to fit in, they're worried about this or that. And they get put on camera all the damn time. If they have personal issues or family troubles, its headline news. Not to mention all the pressure in hollywood on these inexperienced girls to be a badass and a sex symbol and all that. thats why hilary duff quit showbiz. hollywood was basically trying to convert her image into a slutty sex symbol, and she said no thanks.
I'm not sayin these girls are guilt free. but the problems they go through happen to millions of adolscent or young adult girls all over the country. you probably dont get all happy and shit when you see it happen to regular girls. why does it change when it happens to these girls? gives you a laugh on a message board?