paulflexes saidYeah but if you can't take them to the clubs with you then what's the point?
Well, not in the pure nightclubs, but some gay spots you could, that include a restaurant. I remember a few months ago some high school boys came into Rosie's here, that I'm sure you know, in the outdoor patio area.
They must have just come from the beach, because some were still wearing board shorts and were bare-chested. But they had backpacks with them and quickly pulled shirts on. And I thought the other customers would fall out of their chairs, and break their necks staring at these 6 really young kids, aged maybe 15 & 16, sitting there all by themselves. But I guess it was OK, cause the staff let them stay & order food.
I'm not so sure about that video by Uncle Merv (rhymes with perv?). As waxon notes, I think there are some differences between what opposite sex couples can do, versus same sex, and contradictory conflicts between what laws say about sex with minors, versus sex after being married. In other words, you may for instance be able to get married at 16, sometimes requiring parental consent, and then sex is OK, but not have pre-marital sex with someone 16.
Personally I wouldn't even talk with a guy under 18, and really I prefer 21. And as you imply, since I almost always go to gay spots, I never see anyone under 21 anyway (that Rosie's incident being a rare exception).