My lover is 17 he will be 18 soon and he is graduating soon i and 15 almost 16 and a sophomore he wants an relationship with me but wants to wait till I graduate in two years. We are only 2 years apart. We never had any sexual contact nor plan too tell we are married.
There is no law against simply dating. There are laws against "sexual contact" with a minor, and that includes acts other than just sexual intercourse. Right now, sexual contact could lead to him being charged with 2nd degree sexual assault, and even after you are 16, sexual intercourse could still leads to a misdemeanor charge. There is no "Romeo & Juliet" law in Wisconsin; so a pre-existing juvenile relationship is not a defense for anyone. Here is the statutory chapter you and your boyfriend (really your boyfriend) should familiarize yourself with, including child pornography definitions: https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/948
Finally, unless you want to invite unwanted questions and attention, I suggest not referring to this young man as your "lover" until your 18th birthday.
Any "sexual contact" before you are 16 is a major felony offense. "Sexual contact" includes any touching of any intimate body part (breasts, buttocks, penis, vagina, or pubic area) even over the clothes for the purposes of sexual gratification or humiliation. "Sexual intercourse" with a minor (anyone under 18) is illegal and includes penis-to-vagina intercourse, oral sex, anal sex, or insertion of any body part or object into the vagina or anus of another (penetration however slight). Naked photographs, exposing genitals, child enticement are all huge problems. Using the term "lover" will make most people believe that you are talking about a person with whom you have a sexual, physically intimate relationship. Waiting until you graduate is probably a good idea.
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