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HELP, Want to take my girl friend out BUT watch

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    Basically I am 18, and she is 15 and said she would bring a friend, we was going to go bowling and stuff, just shopping and that sort of thing. But my step dad and mother said she could just accuse me of doing something I haven't (sexual assault) or something and said I wouldn't be believed and shouldn't go incase they decide they don't like me one day and I end up on the sexual offenders list with a crim record.

    What do I do, we'd be in a public place but obviously not on camera the whole time. I honestly don't think she would do this and I really love her. She said she was bringing a friend as it would look odd and she didn't want anyone to see her she knows and spreading rumours, I explained I would bring a friend(he said he couldn't come) incase she ever decided to accuse me of something I haven't done.
    What do I do and what is the chances of this happening, is this just to stop me spending money on this girl as my parents don't like her?
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    It's took me 7 months of talking to get her to agree to go on a date with me :/
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    though I only asked a few times but she's always up for meeting now, we've met with friends before not in public(or with no one around).
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    Stick with girls your age
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    if she likes you back then this would never happen.
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    Dirtybit Kenan and Kel Rk2k14 Louis. Mackay sr90 SA-1 bammy jastard 27 stop lying difeo you're 20 not 18
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    if she likes you back then this would never happen.
    Well she's said she likes my personality before but it's her friend as apparently she makes **** up
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    How terrible you can't even take her on a date without being worried about sexual assault accusations.
    It's a tough one but you know her better than any of us.
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    When does she turn 16?
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    Dif pal just ask her to play clubs with you and the boyz
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    (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
    When does she turn 16?
    October
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    (Original post by LJayG)
    How terrible you can't even take her on a date without being worried about sexual assault accusations.
    It's a tough one but you know her better than any of us.
    It's just my mum and my step dad saying the worst thing that could happen and how it could mess my future up. It didn't even cross my mind before.
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    The fact that you are this worried about her reporting you is probably a good indication of the state of this relationship. You clearly don't trust her enough and this is one thing that I really don't think can be fixed.

    EDIT: Just saw your reply. I don't think this is a good situation. I would normally say "If you like each other blah blah blah age is not important", but this is risky.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    It's took me 7 months of talking to get her to agree to go on a date with me :/
    It took 7 months, does this not tell you something? She had to be pursued, she's not an adult dude, though only three years difference, it's still a bit iffy.

    What do you hope to gain?

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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
    It took 7 months, does this not tell you something? She had to be pursued, she's not an adult dude, though only three years difference, it's still a bit iffy.

    What do you hope to gain?

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    I want her to be my girlfriend
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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
    It took 7 months, does this not tell you something? She had to be pursued, she's not an adult dude, though only three years difference, it's still a bit iffy.

    What do you hope to gain?

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    it's just over 2 years btw
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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    The fact that you are this worried about her reporting you is probably a good indication of the state of this relationship. You clearly don't trust her enough and this is one thing that I really don't think can be fixed.

    EDIT: Just saw your reply. I don't think this is a good situation. I would normally say "If you like each other blah blah blah age is not important", but this is risky.
    I never trust anyone, it's not really her but her friend and she's easily lead I think.
    I love her but I am a very paranoid person at times so, plus I am still going but my parents have **** me up
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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    The fact that you are this worried about her reporting you is probably a good indication of the state of this relationship. You clearly don't trust her enough and this is one thing that I really don't think can be fixed.

    EDIT: Just saw your reply. I don't think this is a good situation. I would normally say "If you like each other blah blah blah age is not important", but this is risky.
    we're going to a city like place with lots to do by train, but obviously there's not cctv everywhere and my step dad **** me up lol
 
 
 
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