Dating? If you mean going to dinner, movies, dances and the like, I do not see a problem. If there is intimate contact and sexual conduct, I think there would be problems.
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Yes, as brother counsel notes, trouble. BIG trouble, including the fact that your cell-mate in prison will tattoo your name on his arm. Inmates hate child molesters. Stick to movies and ice cream socials.
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Parental consent does not matter if you plan on having sexual contact before she turns 17. She cannot legally consent to any sexual contact before then. Also, while the parents may be consenting now, see how quickly that changes if they see their daughter crying after the two of you have a fight. You are a teenager - do you honestly think you are going to be able to resist sexual contact if she tells you that she wants it? You are setting yourself up to me a convicted sex offender by pursuing this relationship.
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