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    what is the law in nc for a 18 year old girl dating a 17 year old girl????

  • #2
    Illegal in your state.
    Please no private messages about your situation.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dykemonkey1989 View Post
      what is the law in nc for a 18 year old girl dating a 17 year old girl????
      Age of consent in N.C. is 16....But if the parent of the minor object they have other recourse!

      I'm curious...couldn't you come up with a better and less offensive user name? I mean, come on! Dykemonkey??
      Please Note: My "warm and fuzzy" font is not working, therefor my posts will be direct and to the point.

      Thank you in advance for your anticipated understanding.

      Bay

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Baystategirl View Post
        Age of consent in N.C. is 16....But if the parent of the minor object they have other recourse!

        I'm curious...couldn't you come up with a better and less offensive user name? I mean, come on! Dykemonkey??
        What if the minors parents hates gays... what could they try and do to stop us??? I like my name and its not offensive to me and im gay... it decipes me and who i am.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Baystategirl View Post
          Age of consent in N.C. is 16....But if the parent of the minor object they have other recourse!

          I'm curious...couldn't you come up with a better and less offensive user name? I mean, come on! Dykemonkey??
          Age of consent is 16 for a hetero couple, not homosexual couple. I agree about the screen name. Ewwwwwwww. So mine should be..well, never mind!
          Please no private messages about your situation.

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          • #6
            You are a monkey who happens to be a lesbian? Wow, you must be really evolved to be able to communicate with us as well as you do.

            Anywhooo...

            They can tell you to stay away from their minor child and to cease all contact immediately. If you or she defy her parents' wishes, they can petition to take a restraining order out against you. If you violate the terms of the RO, you could go to jail.
            Last edited by mommyof4; 04-17-2007, 12:48 PM.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by mommyof4 View Post
              You are a monkey who happens to be a lesbian? Wow, you must be really evolved.

              Anywhooo...

              They can tell you to stay away from their minor child and to cease all contact immediately. If you or she defy her parents' wishes, they can petition to take a restraining order out against you. If you violate the terms of the RO, you could go to jail.




              thanks for not hating my name. U have just made me feel better... becouse all i was getting was hate.

              right now her parent dont even know she is gay... so she isnt sure how they will react. All we know is they talk **** about gays all the time. If her parents did file a RO.. she would be the one to brek it. if that happens what could they do? Right kow we are hoping that they dont find out.. but if they do we are hoping that as long as they dont hear or see it that they want care.

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              • #8
                No matter which one of you breaks a RO, YOU will be the one facing legal consequences. (of course, at this point this is all hypothetical).

                I strongly suggest you just wait until she is 18 and no longer reliant upon her family. It will just make your life a heck of alot easier.
                HOOK 'EM HORNS!!!
                How do you catch a very rare rabbit?
                (unique up on him)
                How do catch an ordinary rabbit?
                (same way)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by mommyof4 View Post
                  No matter which one of you breaks a RO, YOU will be the one facing legal consequences. (of course, at this point this is all hypothetical).

                  I strongly suggest you just wait until she is 18 and no longer reliant upon her family. It will just make your life a heck of alot easier.
                  we are tring are hradest to make sure her parents dont findout. We have been toghter for a half a year now... and didnt think about this happing when we started dating. Thanks for ur help

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Dykemonkey1989 View Post
                    we are tring are hradest to make sure her parents dont findout. We have been toghter for a half a year now... and didnt think about this happing when we started dating. Thanks for ur help
                    I will tell you that every moment that goes by will make it harder for them to accept the relationship... because not only are they dealing with a gay daughter but a dishonest one as well.

                    If you are adult enough to want the relationship, shouldn't you be adult enough to tell mommy and daddy?
                    Not everything that makes you mad, sad or uncomfortable is legally actionable.

                    I am not now nor ever was an attorney.

                    Any statements I make are based purely upon my personal experiences and research which may or may not be accurate in a court of law.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by cyjeff View Post
                      I will tell you that every moment that goes by will make it harder for them to accept the relationship... because not only are they dealing with a gay daughter but a dishonest one as well.

                      If you are adult enough to want the relationship, shouldn't you be adult enough to tell mommy and daddy?
                      She wants to but everytime she gose to do it.. her sister stops her and talks her out of doing it.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Dykemonkey1989 View Post
                        What if the minors parents hates gays... what could they try and do to stop us??? I like my name and its not offensive to me and im gay... it decipes me and who i am.
                        I hope you are mature enough to realize that what may not be offensive to you can be offensive to others, something Imus made sure to remind us of this week.

                        I'm not saying you should change it or appoligize for it or anything like that, but if you left the house with a spiked orange mohawk, you should expect people to gawk at you. If you use a word that is considered by some to be offensive, expect that you will get negative reactions, even if you and others embrace the word (think some music, not just rap but anything that uses foul language... completely acceptable in some circles, but boycotted by Tipper Gore!).

                        That said, if your girlfriend's parents don't like you, they can ban you from contact with their child. That goes for her friends AND her lovers. It's not a matter of whether they disapprove of your sexual orientation. It's a matter that they have complete control over their minor child, including who she gets to associate with (romantiacally or otherwise), until she is 18. And since you are already a legal adult, they can take legal action against you for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
                        Last edited by MomofBoys; 04-18-2007, 07:11 AM.

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                        • #13
                          IN NC, all sex acts between two people of the same gender or between two people who are not married to each other, and the vast majority of common sex acts between a man and a woman even if they are married to each other, are crimes.

                          About the only sex act that is not a felony in NC is vaginal intercourse between a man and his wife.

                          The other sex acts that you see commonly in movies and that are referred to in popular literature are all felonies in NC, even if you are doing it with your spouse.

                          Fortunately for sexually active adults, our prosecutors are too busy railroading lacrosse players and otherwise concealing exculpatory evidence from innocent defendants, juries and Judges in murder trials to spend much time prosecuting sex crimes between consenting adults. But if the evidence falls into their laps they may prosecute anyway. NC has historically sent people to prison for committing adultery with a consenting adult.
                          Bob Bollinger, Attorney
                          Board Certified Specialist in NC Workers' Compensation Law
                          Charlotte, NC

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by complwyr View Post
                            IN NC, all sex acts between two people of the same gender or between two people who are not married to each other, and the vast majority of common sex acts between a man and a woman even if they are married to each other, are crimes.

                            About the only sex act that is not a felony in NC is vaginal intercourse between a man and his wife.

                            The other sex acts that you see commonly in movies and that are referred to in popular literature are all felonies in NC, even if you are doing it with your spouse.

                            Fortunately for sexually active adults, our prosecutors are too busy railroading lacrosse players and otherwise concealing exculpatory evidence from innocent defendants, juries and Judges in murder trials to spend much time prosecuting sex crimes between consenting adults. But if the evidence falls into their laps they may prosecute anyway. NC has historically sent people to prison for committing adultery with a consenting adult.
                            The NC anti-homosexual sodomy laws were struck down in 2003 after Lawrence v TX in the US Supreme Court. While adultery is stll on the books, it is widely regarded as unenforceable. The only time I have seen it actually invoked is when another crime is alleged and it is tacked on. Even then, it normally gets tossed.

                            Further, the age of consent is the same for both sexes and is the same whether the person in question is heterosexual or homosexual.

                            The last time I personally remember a person being prosecuted for sexual acts without the benefit of marriage (in NC) was at least 10 years ago. Of course, the person was allegedly having sex in a car in a parking lot of an apartment complex, so technically, it wasn't the fact that they had sex without "benefit" of marriage. It was the fact they were having sex in public. The uproar was over the fact that SHE was the only one charged, not the man that was allegedly involved. The big kicker? The woman who was arrested and charged was not the woman who allegedly was committing the offense.

                            The DA you so rightly view with disgust is in Raleigh/Durham. There's a whole lot more to the state than one DA in one city. You can't condemn an entire state based upon one politician. (Overcoming Jesse Helms, now...that was tough )
                            Last edited by mommyof4; 09-20-2007, 05:02 AM.
                            HOOK 'EM HORNS!!!
                            How do you catch a very rare rabbit?
                            (unique up on him)
                            How do catch an ordinary rabbit?
                            (same way)

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                            • #15
                              I forgot about the Lawrence case. I think you are right, at least as to homosexual conduct.

                              In alimony cases, we used to have to get the DA to give an immunity from prosecution in Mecklenburg county so we could question the other party about their alleged heterosexual adultery. That would be grounds for alimony but people were taking the 5th amendment when we asked the questions in court, so we could not make them testify about it. We were still doing that about 10 years ago but I don't do alimony cases anymore so I don't know if that is still an issue. I agree that prosecuters rarely prosecute those offenses anymore as stand-alone charges.

                              But, I think those anti-sodomy laws are still on the books as to heterosexuals. Do you think the Lawrence decision wiped them out for everyone, or just homosexuals? Perhaps it did.

                              I do not mean to condemn the state based on Nifong. But some of the other allegedly unethical prosecutorial conduct is out of Union/Anson counties (Honeycutt and Brewer) and also from down east, involving the two prosecutors who withheld evidence and put a man in prison (Alan Gell) for a crime he pretty obviously did not commit. The Bar just slapped their wrists a couple years ago, but the Bar came down hard on Nifong this summer for what arguably was a less damaging bit of misconduct than what occured in the Gell case.
                              Bob Bollinger, Attorney
                              Board Certified Specialist in NC Workers' Compensation Law
                              Charlotte, NC

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