• Do you think it's ok for a 16 year old to have sex with an 18 year old?

    Best answer: Of course it's okay? Two years is nothing, in fact it's ideal in my eyes! In Australia a male or female is legally aloud to have sex at 16 with someone that under five years older. Once you're 18 you can date a 30 year old. I highly advise against it though lol. But other than that it's your... show more
    Best answer: Of course it's okay? Two years is nothing, in fact it's ideal in my eyes! In Australia a male or female is legally aloud to have sex at 16 with someone that under five years older. Once you're 18 you can date a 30 year old. I highly advise against it though lol. But other than that it's your relationship! Why are you caring about what stupid governments and people are saying? You two are in love, two years is nothing.
    22 answers · 2 days ago
  • Since my Dad died last night should I have to go to school Monday?

    Best answer: I'm so sorry. You may feel better being with your friends. I doubt your teachers would expect you to do schoolwork. If you don't feel you can, ask an aunt or uncle to talk to your mom. You need somewhere to be, and your mom may have to do things to set up the funeral. Even if she doesn't, she may not... show more
    Best answer: I'm so sorry.
    You may feel better being with your friends. I doubt your teachers would expect you to do schoolwork.
    If you don't feel you can, ask an aunt or uncle to talk to your mom. You need somewhere to be, and your mom may have to do things to set up the funeral. Even if she doesn't, she may not be able to think about how this is affecting you. Ask an adult you trust to help you talk to her.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why does my older brother get mad at me so easily?

    Best answer: Go talk to your mom about what he is doing. Don't fight with him. If he had his stuff taken away from him, it's up to her to figure out what he IS supposed to be doing. Leaving him to bother you is just teaching him how to be a delinquent and making him frustrated. He either needs to be told to go read a... show more
    Best answer: Go talk to your mom about what he is doing. Don't fight with him.
    If he had his stuff taken away from him, it's up to her to figure out what he IS supposed to be doing. Leaving him to bother you is just teaching him how to be a delinquent and making him frustrated. He either needs to be told to go read a book, study whatever he flunked, or something. He's not going to just outgrow this- mom needs to supervise him and make sure he's doing something useful.Go talk to her.
    5 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Is it socially acceptable to bring your mom to a D&D store?

    The other day I went into a D&D shop and there were only two other people there: two teenaged boys. By coincidence we all left at the same time and I noticed their mom was waiting outside the shop for them. Did they make their mom wait outside? Or did the mom just not want to go in? Confused.
    The other day I went into a D&D shop and there were only two other people there: two teenaged boys. By coincidence we all left at the same time and I noticed their mom was waiting outside the shop for them. Did they make their mom wait outside? Or did the mom just not want to go in? Confused.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • 12 year olds are not able to have sex...are they?

    I'm was strolling though my feeds on G+ and saw a post of one of my followers saying she saw a 12 year old and a high schooler having sex on the bus i by pass it thinking it was fake because 12 year olds are waaaay too young to know about sex when i saw another post asking what should she do about it but i... show more
    I'm was strolling though my feeds on G+ and saw a post of one of my followers saying she saw a 12 year old and a high schooler having sex on the bus i by pass it thinking it was fake because 12 year olds are waaaay too young to know about sex when i saw another post asking what should she do about it but i don't know if i should believe her or not
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • I identify as a female, not a women or lady. Is this normal?

    First of all I’d like to say that I’m still a teenager - not an adult yet. However sometimes people use the words “woman” or “lady” with me (not frequently though but at certain times). Now I don’t mind being called a girl, and I really prefer being called female (though when I say that they say “it’s called a... show more
    First of all I’d like to say that I’m still a teenager - not an adult yet. However sometimes people use the words “woman” or “lady” with me (not frequently though but at certain times). Now I don’t mind being called a girl, and I really prefer being called female (though when I say that they say “it’s called a woman.” I think of myself as a female - that’s what I was born - but I don’t want any breaths, I HATE my period and I would definitely like to have no uterus and stuff since I REALLY don’t like kids. I am a girl, but I don’t like to be known as a woman or lady. Just a female I prefer. Is this normal?
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can a 13 year old see a pg13 film alone in the cinema?

    The new fantastic beasts is coming out on the 16th and 17th and i really want to go see it (im 13). The age restriction has not been said yet but the old fantastic beasts is pg13 so im assuming this one will be to. I dont want to go with and adult as me and my 14 year old cousin wants to go together so i was just... show more
    The new fantastic beasts is coming out on the 16th and 17th and i really want to go see it (im 13). The age restriction has not been said yet but the old fantastic beasts is pg13 so im assuming this one will be to. I dont want to go with and adult as me and my 14 year old cousin wants to go together so i was just wondering. I know that pg 13 means perental guidence so would that mean as long as my parents are ok with it i can see it alone? Your answer would really help me.thanks
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • POLLS: What knd of car are you driving?

    Best answer: The car i drive would be my 2016 Mercedes S-Class, smooth ride, all the bells and whistles, reliable enough to get me from A-B without fail...3/4 seasons (function of any car really). The truck i drive would be a 2013 Honda Ridgeline, not the best name in trucks but it gets the job done, all seasons The van i... show more
    Best answer: The car i drive would be my 2016 Mercedes S-Class, smooth ride, all the bells and whistles, reliable enough to get me from A-B without fail...3/4 seasons (function of any car really). The truck i drive would be a 2013 Honda Ridgeline, not the best name in trucks but it gets the job done, all seasons The van i drive is a 2005 Chevy Uplander...old but reliable, been with me many winters and never been stuck in the snow.
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Im confused?

    Best answer: Don't try to understand everything at once. There's too much going on in the world, and you have far too much information at your fingertips with the internet. The human brain isn't made for that. Keep focused on what you really need to know. Pay attention to your school studies, but stay focused on... show more
    Best answer: Don't try to understand everything at once. There's too much going on in the world, and you have far too much information at your fingertips with the internet. The human brain isn't made for that.

    Keep focused on what you really need to know. Pay attention to your school studies, but stay focused on the what YOU need to do, and what YOU need to do- not everyone else's life.

    I'll let you in on a little hint- adults don't know everything either. Knowing how to look things up, and what you really need and when is the real key. The experience to be able to navigate it more easily will have to come with time. Don't ever be afraid to ask for help, advice, or information if you don't know something. Often you can look really good, if you just know how to find something out.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is a 19 year old a teenage boy or grown man?

    Best answer: Depending on where you live, at 19 you may not be able to drink, vote, open a bank account or sign a lease or other contract. So the law doesn't consider you a grown man. According to science, your brain doesn't fully mature until you're 25, so science doesn't consider you a grown man. As far as... show more
    Best answer: Depending on where you live, at 19 you may not be able to drink, vote, open a bank account or sign a lease or other contract. So the law doesn't consider you a grown man.

    According to science, your brain doesn't fully mature until you're 25, so science doesn't consider you a grown man.

    As far as life experiences go, at 19 you probably have never owned a house, worked full time, used credit, nursed a sick person, gotten married, raised children. Until you have had a lot more life experiences, most people would not consider you a grown man.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it classed as cyber-stalking since she does not know who the real person behind that account folloeing her is?

    Best answer: No it's not considered that, but if u send her messages and comments that may be considered honest, then it could be
    Best answer: No it's not considered that, but if u send her messages and comments that may be considered honest, then it could be
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • When teenagers want to feel powerful over their lives but can't because they didn't earn the power, what can a parent due to help them?

    My son wants to feel power over his life. Completely understandable, he's 16, so why not let him control his life (or as the Christians would say - let Jesus be his guide)? Well, the reason why we can't give him power is because he would abuse that power. He wants to quit high school and become a youtuber... show more
    My son wants to feel power over his life. Completely understandable, he's 16, so why not let him control his life (or as the Christians would say - let Jesus be his guide)? Well, the reason why we can't give him power is because he would abuse that power. He wants to quit high school and become a youtuber since he sees how rich all these youtubers are. That's not a smart career path. He also wants to isolate in the house and not be a contributing member of society. Also something heavily frowned upon. But by not letting him have power over his life choices and life regrets he is now depressed; to the point that we have him in a clinical depression program for extensive care since he decided that since he can't get his way then he'd rather not be alive (no insults about my son being spoiled.... I mean, he is, but no insults please). So what do I do when my son wants power that he can't legally have until he turns 18 or until after he graduates high school? I tried to tell him that power is obtained by earning it through rites of passages (diploma, driver's license, marriage certificate, bachelor's degree, etc) but he said that's all just a social construct and he should be able to have this power NOW. I can't really argue with him there, it is a social construct, but they exist for a reason. He won't try to attain these things if his "power" wasn't gated behind struggles of learning and failures. What do I do if he doesn't want to EARN power and tries to gain it by force?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How common is it for a teen/young adult to steal things from parents and pawn them?

    Best answer: The people you talked to in college may very likely be on drugs. That's one of the main reasons teens steal. The police were right, because most teens don't need to finance a drug habit. Maybe you're not hanging with the right kind of people.
    Best answer: The people you talked to in college may very likely be on drugs. That's one of the main reasons teens steal. The police were right, because most teens don't need to finance a drug habit. Maybe you're not hanging with the right kind of people.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Need help from moms... I caught my 12-year-old son masturbating to cartoon porn?

    Needless to say, he froze like a deer in headlights. But I tried to downplay the whole situation simply by saying “oops, sorry, carry on” as if it was no big deal. I don’t want to scar him for life, but am just concerned as to what he was looking at. Even though he was technically not looking at nudity, the... show more
    Needless to say, he froze like a deer in headlights. But I tried to downplay the whole situation simply by saying “oops, sorry, carry on” as if it was no big deal. I don’t want to scar him for life, but am just concerned as to what he was looking at. Even though he was technically not looking at nudity, the cartoon itself was graphic: it was of a fox chasing a promiscuously-dressed woman through the woods with his penis out, to which a rabbit opens the door of his house for the woman to run into for safety, and finally the woman thanking the rabbit, if you know what I mean. My son is a great kid and a straight A student, and as his mother, I don’t have a problem with what he was watching, since it’s technically a cartoon with no real nudity/sex. But my conscience begs to differ. Am I a bad mom for allowing this?
    15 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • A boy in my class called my mum a **** because she is a Teen mum.His mum had him at the age of 38 and is now 51 while he is 13.?

    Best answer: Mate its all right. All you've got to do is notify the headmaster. Just tell him what he said to you was quite hurtful and the problem should fix itself. Just because your mums a teen mum, doesn't mean shes a sl**. I've got a friend and her mum is 30 meanwhile shes 14.
    Best answer: Mate its all right. All you've got to do is notify the headmaster. Just tell him what he said to you was quite hurtful and the problem should fix itself. Just because your mums a teen mum, doesn't mean shes a sl**. I've got a friend and her mum is 30 meanwhile shes 14.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago