If it isn't - I don't have any idea what consequences, if any, there might be for parents who don't intervene if they know that sexual activity is going on.That being said, I vote for making a big huge deal about her lying, and also advocate for a visit to a gynecologist or Planned Parenthood.Others maintain that even a one-year age gap should be strictly forbidden in the teen-dating arena.
How do you feel about this relationship/project right now? I cant change whats already happened; I just want to find the right way to deal with it and move on. Shes always had her head on straight, I dont think for a second she would allow anyone to pressure her into anything she didnt want to do, and Ive always believed she is WAY more sensible than I was at that age. He also said that he would do anything he could possibly do to show that he really cares for her. He has refused many times to even meet the Guy when he thought they were just friends, and now has labeled Guy a sick pervert.I dont think hes some sicko perv, but I AM uncomfortable with the age difference.I dont want to push her away with ultimatums and demands, as she will be 18 soon; she could just go do whatever she wants anyway, then.Conversely, I dont want to treat the situation too lightly. You can piss her off for the next six months trying to prevent something she will do anyways, or you can realize there is nothing much you can do, there is not that much of an age difference and she's not a little kid anymore.