but anyways if you really trust this guy and think he's 'the one' than go for it!!
lol What alarms me about you at 17 dating a 22 yr old is this; what do you have in common with a man that age? If he does he should have run like the wind because you are a jail not wrong...depending on where you live it may be illegal so if you plan on giving it up wait til your 18.
My daughter is obviously not an innocent party, but he is 21 and knows she is 15. My plans for my daughter are the following: no computer in her room, Internet turned off at p.m., no going over to anyone's house for at least a month (she used this method to meet up with him), counseling, and at least 20 hours of community service.
I have asked people whose opinion I trust what they think of my going to the police. I also plan on taking her to Planned Parenthood to get tested, etc.
Mature wise, girls matue faster than boys, so the age difference is not that huge, intellectually speaking. If you are not calling the house at 3am, over and over, if you are not verbally and/or physically aggressive or abusive, if you are not stalking her etc..., a judge would be hard pressed to authorize a restraining order. My guess is, he will move on and the parents will have done the right thing to protect their daughter. As far as them having you arrested, they would have to have a reason, such as evidence that you have been alone and engaging in sex.
But at that age difference, 16 and 22, it's very touchy. HOWEVER, if her parents have made it clear that they do not want you involved with their daughter in any way, you would be wise to respect their wishes and back off. If you push the issue, her parents could get you in trouble one way or another. If all you do is talk on the phone, that's not grounds for an arrest. To answer your question about a restraining order, a judge has to have just cause to sign a restraining order. Laws are meant to protect minors no matter how "mature" they think they may be. If he has a history or any kind of record of involvement with youngs girls the police will know.
i don't get to see this guy much anyway he works too much... im seeing a guy whos is 21 (hes nice hot and yeh i really miss him heaps when i don't see him)and yeh im not shure wether to tell my parents yet because iknow they prob wont like it especialy my 13 year old bro lol. I say the 22 year old needs to respect the wishes of the parents and move on. At 16 years old a girl/boy is in a different place mature wise and intellectually than a 22 yr old. The message says they are "dating" well the phone calling is only going to last for so long before it moves to something that the parents apparently can not and will not tolerate. If it was my daughter, I don't think I would be too crazy about the idea either. ASAP That answer just goes to show how some people do not understand not all 16 y/o are intellectually the same how long before she is 17 ? and as long as the phone conversations are not sexualy banter I see nothing wrong with it you you both are waiting to actually "date" until she is 18 her parents shouldn't have a problem with that because you are showing respect to their daughter just let her make her own decisions and remember she is still young let her grow up on her own ok if its real love it will survive its only a 6 year age gap people think it sounds so bad now but when you're 46 she will be 40 noone will think that's a big deal I understand this questionbecause I myself was in the same situation and her and I are still together after 6 years ANOTHER ANSWER IT IS OBVIOUS that the girls parents think she is too young for a 22 year old guy. If this guy cares for the girl, will realize its better for everyone if he moves on to "women" his own age.