Teenage girls dating older men
That’s because, in today’s Britain, if a man is accused of being a kiddy fiddler he’s guilty until proven innocent, and even if he’s subsequently acquitted, the old “there’s no smoke with fire” rule applies.
A tiny minority of men are grotesque sexual predators who deserve to be jailed for a very long time.
These “utterly irresponsible” and even “borderline criminal” teen tips encouraged pubescent girls to “flirt with friend’s dads” in return for life’s essentials, such as “swanky” holidays to St Tropez, or invites to “country weekends”.
Sadly, we live in an age where the rabid, paedophilic paranoia surrounding Operation Yewtree stalks our land in a way that's reminiscent of how Mc Carthyism hunted out reds under the beds in 1950s Cold War USA.
When your teenage daughter has an interest in a boy who is older than her, it is easy to become concerned.
Many parents in this situation fear that their 16-year-old will become pregnant or that her heart will be broken by this young man.
She may be so infatuated with him that she views anything that her parents say against the relationship as a personal attack.
For this reason, we’re also seeing record low numbers of men applying to be primary school teachers – and record numbers leaving the secondary school profession altogether.
Her daughter was on the right track in school, getting straight A's and had no behavioral problems.
The teen's parents had initially allowed her to date this older boy and the relationship had been going well for over a year.
The mom could try and forbid it, but has no way of doing what she would need to do to enforce it. Keep lines of communication open with your daughter, talking to her often about sex, love, family values and teen pregnancy.
This mother is seeking advice about her soon to be 17-year-old daughter's relationship with a 21-year-old man.