Age does matter, to some degree  

rm_farm_girl84 32F
1135 posts
3/22/2006 4:08 pm

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4/21/2006 4:23 am

Age does matter, to some degree

I've got this neighbor, in my apartment building, who keeps trying to hook up with me. Well, the other night, there was about 7 or 8 people and myself over at his apartment having a few drinks and what not.

Later on in the night, he's missing, so is his friend and one of the other girls. Well, the girl's best friend walks in on these three, have a three-some. This girl was 16 years old!!!

I have no idea how many times he's done this before, but it's really bugging me. This guy is 21 and his friend is 19. I'm thinking to myself, why the hell is this girl out at a party at the age of 16?!?!?

Two days later this guy is still trying to get in my pants and he doesn't understand why I've turned cold towards him. I don't want to get involved with some guy who will mess around with underage girls.

3noangels 58G

3/22/2006 9:29 pm

Good for you girlfriend.. Its one thing with consending Adults, and a whole different thing with any child... Its sad that we all grow up so fast, but to steal our inocence is the worse sin..
Our advice and we have done this when we seen it, is to call the cops and know you are doing the right thing..
Let us know how you are doing..
Sue, Patty, Carol

FriendlyFuk66 49M

3/23/2006 8:13 am

Well I don't know if that girl was drunk but I'm guessing she was taken to the party to get drunk and take advantage of. I personally don't know of too many 16 yr old girls who will participate in a threesome but I will tell you as a dad of a little girl, those guys would be running out of town damn quick.
I would not only not associate with that guy, you should turn him in and let him get his just rewards in prison. You also want to watch who you are partying with since it sounds like there were some too young to drink there and that will get you in trouble also.

rm_ThreeLegs32 32M
28 posts
3/23/2006 9:35 am

Man what a loser. I understand 19 but 16 is against the law for one. He deserves it, call'um in discreet, without your name. See ya.

liketoworkonyou 38M

3/23/2006 10:26 am

Yeah, thats sick two guys taking advantage of a sixteen year old!! I agree with FF66 you could end up in trouble and even if you don't who wants to hang with people like that anyways...

herringje 40M

3/23/2006 6:18 pm

my sweet little farm girl84 thats a good girl because i know you can do better than that will i do? lol

NorseForce79 52M

3/23/2006 9:08 pm

farmgirl.... both of those guys should be in jail for that. The 19 year old as well. I was just watching a TV show about sexual predators preying on under age girls tonight. It's pretty sick. These guys will continue this pattern. I really think you should do something even if it's discreetly.

ImurMaster1972 43M
4 posts
4/20/2006 5:25 pm

First of all I feel for you for what you have been having to deal with. I know what must going through your mind and thoughts about this. I wish I Could say I don't understand, but unfortunately I do. You most defenantly should notify either her parents, Child services, or local law enforcement agency imediatly.regardless of what fears you or anyone else have of MAYBE getting in trouble for being there, what was going on, or anything else for that matter. because if not... that tells the two guys and the girl that you are 'O.K' with it. that's the reason he questions you about why you are giving him the cold shoulder all of a sudden. The Choices WE MAKE and What WE DO... is what makes the diference between US and THEM. I just got done dealing with a simular situation with my 16 year old son's EX-stepdad. which had been going on for quite a few years. My son just told Me and his mom about it last week. the anger, rage, and motivation for ending a person's life I feel has never been greater in My entire life then it is right now. because even though My Son's relationships and conversations between Me and His mom have always been open, honest, complete,...., and anything else you can think to describe it, we still never knew anything. why he didn't tell us, or why we didn't know is not the issue anymore. the understanding and support of a CHILD is the only aspect that is to be of importance at this moment. the mental ramifications of this happening to ANYONE is detrimental to the child/adult as a person for the rest of their lives. even though the child knows it's wrong, has been taught it's wrong,and the importance of telling someone if it doe's ever happen to them or if they know of it happening to anyone else,...then what does that child do when it still happens? apparently,these days more and more are saying nothing. I feel my soul purpose on the face of this earth is for the benifit of my children. what ever that entails,from their education, support, furnishing them with whatever needs,....., to PROTECTING and sheltering them from injury and harm at all cost even if that means giving my life or taking someone else's if need be, to get it done. regretfulness and disappointment by being/living "moraly-correct" as an Adult in today's society is hard enough to deal with already. don't allow someone else to add anguish, harm, abuse, and/or deress-(menatl/physical),or your, the girl's, or anyone alse's futures by not doing what you know you should do already and allow it to happen more.i beg and emplore you to please tell someone about this before something else happens. if you can't because of some reason or the other... then messege me back and i'll notify someone with the information. our children are our futures; if we don't protect our children; who then, will protect our futures...?

A couple of numbers you can call:
Crisis Intervention Ageny : (88-818-HOPE (4673)
National Youth Crisis Hotline : (800)-448-4663
National Domestic Violence Hotline : (800)-799-SAFE (7233)
Local Enforcement Agency : 9-1-1

let us know how things go &/or if I can help you in anyway.
peace,& understanding support.
TAL & good luck.

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