Oh and pretty much EVERYONE tried to insist that maybe they didn’t have sex when she was 16 because ‘sex and dating don’t go hand in hand’. How silly of me to assume that they might not have anything in common other than sex when she was 16 and he was 33.
Another reminder that handsome, wealthy, self-sufficient people who donate to charity cannot be guilty of crimes.
This guy was very active, with many arguments about emotional maturity in teenagers and a worrying knowledge of the age of consent in every state, off the top of his head. Yeesh.
Everyone was in agreement that even if you could say no to Paul Walker, nobody would. Which I kind of feel like proves my point that it was predatory, but whatever.
It’s also disappointing to discover that apparently the window on ‘caring about this’ closed in 2006, even though their relationship continued until 2013.
This is a lot.
A surprising amount of people took issue with my own attractiveness or lack thereof, because apparently it’s a crucial part of the issue.
And don’t forget to take your life lessons from Game Of Thrones.
Always nice to get threats of violence from someone who brags about being a parent in the same breath.
I forgot that my opinions are worthless because I have a vagina.
…and that I’m a brainwashed sheep because I could just travel to other countries have sex with children there and I don’t!
Victim-blaming is still a thing, which is great.
More advice from 18-year olds who are dating men thirty-four years their senior.
Don’t forget that no matter what the situation, she was lucky to get a piece of that.
And in fact, every woman is lucky to get a piece of anything because we are being steadily outnumbered by women skinnier and prettier than us.
And finally, someone shines a spotlight where it belongs — on the notorious criminal teenagers lying about their age in order to date famous people. It’s a dangerous epidemic, just like voter fraud.