18 and 16 year old dating

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I'm 20 now, she's 17, I've met most of her immediate family, I spent countless hours in the summer doing household work for her mom, and shooting the shit with her Dad when he visited. When I consider the changes I experienced in attitude, general knowledge of how the world works, maturity, sense of empathy, etc. I just couldn't imagine you having all that much in common in the end.Her sister, and one of her brothers (He's 22) I'm still not quite sure how they feel about me, but her oldest brother (30) really likes me, I talk to the guy almost everyday at this point. Its your and her decision ultimately, but don't be surprised if you don't quite seem to be able to communicate well. You've been shamed into thinking it's bad to date younger, attractive girls but it's completely normal and healthy.I certainly don't feel 20, and one year ago I was still in high school, but I can't argue with the numbers, and the numbers say that I'm a creep.I don't think 3 years is really that far apart, but it's gonna be "a thing" until she's 18.

We aren't dating yet, but we've shown mutual interest in each other.

I would very much like for this person to be a part of my life.

Unfortunately, as a freshman in college who is turning 20 in four months, I feel extremely weird in this position, and the friends I've spoken to about it don't support me. I'll turn 20 three months before she turns 17, and even though that's just three months apart, being a 20 year old dating a 16 year old still makes me feel weird.

I heard when you're 17, the police can't make you go home, but could I get in trouble for satutary rape when he turns 17?

(Before you ask, I'm not worried about the legal stuff because the age of consent where I live is 16.

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