Our expert says:
Free 66, if you consider that you are being "objective" about developing an emoptional relationship with a girl of 16, then you maybe don't know what "objective" means --- hardly anyone is objective aout any emotional relationship. And were this "objectivity" involves deciding that it's OK, when you know how many people would object to such a relationship, it sounds more self-serving than objective. You are old enough to know the many reasons why this plan is unwise ; including potential legal and criminal problems arising from it
So your actual question attends to the least urgent part of the issue. An age difference of x many years doesn't automatically doom a relationship. But forming a serious relationship with a child of 16, who is still a long way from being emotionally mature enough either to understand the potential problems, or to give legal consent, or to be able to honestly make any long-term commitment, is hardly likely to be the basis for a stable, happy or lasting relationship.
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