The age of consent in Georgia is 16. The age of being ready to raise of family is less well defined, but involves finishing high school, considering college, tech school, or military service, and having a full-time job paying well above minimum wage.
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Think about what you are doing. And note that it doesn't matter whether the older person is male, or female.
Be wise, and good luck.
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It is not illegal for a 22 year old to date a 17 year old. However, it is EXTREMELY UNWISE for a 17 year old to date a 22 year old!
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