>>Minors having dry sex ? My friend is 15, and her boyfriend is 17. (They're a
My friend is 15, and her boyfriend is 17. (They're a year and a half apart.) He indirectly pressured her to have dry sex and also fondled her sex organs. They broke up already. But she felt that he be taking advantage of her in many ways. What should she do? Should she gain him in trouble with the law? But does that stingy that she would get in trouble too?
Please help! I'm worried for her... I don't know what direction to give.
Obviously there is no "getting over" the experiance of (molestation?) and there is a equal chance she may become depressed over it. Essentially, all you can do is be there for her to relief her through this situation and if she does start blaming herself over it, explain that is was not her fault.
In totalling, advise her never to seek older men. If she seriously wishes people who are reaching sexual maturity then generate certain they're over 18 (Meaning legally, they can't touch her).
The problem is that as each year pass by more and more of the boys are going to view the idea of a Girlfriend in sexual contexts. And if your friend isn't organized for that, she shouldn't openly seek it, or, at the very most minuscule, inform her boyfriend that she isn't looking for a sexual partner.
But going back to your original, pressing a lawsuit will likely be futile and just drudge up the experiance. But if you seriously feel action should be taken, try telling her dad contained by a nice stereotypical family the father would gladly go over to the other kids house and batter the crap out of his father... who will inturn beat the crap out of his son... That only if you "truely" want something done.
She should get over it, nil illegal happened here. She should get more self-respect and find a man who will treat her close to a woman. It is her fault for getting involved with a scum daypack. You live and you learn.
State laws varry, but most say they did not do anything forbidden. As the victim, she should be in the clear, but her parents will find out if the police are notified. In reality it would probably be best for your friend to talk it over with her mom before the police are involved.
Regardless, she will hold a reputation. Either he will brag or he will be arrested and everybody will hear about that. How she handles the situation speaks volumes about her individuality. Having a bad rep isn't so terrible, living up to it is.
Since she felt pressured, this can be considered rape. Have her make conversation to the police if she would like to press charges.
She needs to recognize this is not her reprimand in any way at all.
accually your friend should lately forget the incident ever happened but if the 17 year old troubles her about the incident and trouble her rep surrounded by school and else where, then seize him into trouble with the law.but the best would be just forget that it never happen. What do you mean by indirectly. Pressure through friends, put downs, I am not understanding how he indirectly did that.
I f he forced her to do any sexual act by physical force, approaching holding her down or not letting her leave it is illegal
If he made her feel similar to a lousy girlfriend if she didn't do what he wanted with words it is still abuse, but not improper if she was free to walk away from the situation no matter what nice of things he may have said unless he was threatening her with using physical force if she did not comply.
If he threatened her or forced her afterwards she needs to report it, if he just made her feel obligated afterwards it is just a lousy lesson learned.