Others maintain that even a one-year age gap should be strictly forbidden in the teen-dating arena.Here, Circle of Moms members share different opinions on whether a hard line should be drawn on age difference, and if so, where. One of the first factors moms should consider before deciding whether you approve of your child's dating relationship is how mature both the boy and girl are, says Circle of Moms member Louise M.The Bible doesnt give instuctions for "Godly dating".But it does tell us that God will never give us anything we cant handle and I think that includes things we arent ready for.What makes high school relationships less than straight forward is a concept known as “Age of Consent.” The age of consent is the age in which one can legally be consent to have sexual relations.The age of consent in New York City is seventeen years old.
Many teenagers first become sexually active before the age of 17. If you are having sex at 15 or 16, are you breaking the law?
What i want to know are the reasons behind your Answer. Since acceptable that if one person is older, if by the time the older one is done highschool the younger one is of age of consent then there is no real issue with the age difference.
*Ignore theory* Yes, I see no reason not to treat him like any other boy who would date my daughter. He is still in school as well (or at least school age) By the time he is out of highschool she will be 16 and that is age of consent.
Rather than make a big deal to seperate them I would just make sure (as any responsible parent should) that she was educated and aware of the "birdsnbees".
Couldn't say without knowing something about the personality and moral sensibility of the boy.