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    I'm a 15 year old girl and I really like this 18 year old guy. Hes a really nice and good guy and hes close to one of my older friends whos told me that hes such a nice person. Is it okay to like him? Is it possible for us to hopefully be in a relationship. Idk how he feels about me...
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    The age gap isn't bad it's that you are both a different stages in your lives - you have GCSE'S to come while he'll be thinking about uni and stuff. Aslong as you understand all these little things and are both on the same page then it should be totally fine . Just make sure you don't feel pressured to do stuff or guilty that you can't do stuff
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    Will the relationship work? Maybe. If he's going to Uni, there's gonna be a lot of stress on it and it's going to be tough.
    The age difference isn't any help either; he'll get the brunt of the opposition since he's the older guy. If you and him do anything, I think the law may get involved, since you're legally a minor and he's legally an adult.

    It's okay for you to like him, but don't be too hurt if it doesn't work out at first. If you ask him out and it's successful, please don't do anything too intimate. You'll be breaking the law and he might get a record.
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    Got a friend in this situation- GCSE Student going out with a first-year at Uni. Far as I know they're very happy together, have been for about six months. Sex-wise, know your status and get educated on the law. Be prepared for a tirade of social stigmatisation and peer judgement. IF, and only if he likes you back should you go for it. If you advance on him, it becomes him who's in the wrong oftentimes, and that's unfair.
 
 
 
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