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My son, just newly turned 13, wants to take a girl to the movies. IF you have teenagers - what are the rules in your house? We talked things over and I expressed my concerns and our rules. I would personally let a thirteen year old boy take a girl to the movie theater. at that age they did lots of 'date' stuff, but it was generally in a herd. I told him the only way he would be allowed to go to the movies, is if his father or I went with him. So when he pulled that "card" on me - I said - ooh my word! I put it back on him - if everyone were jumping off the roof or a bridge - would you be doing it too? Yes, we have dropped our kids off at the movie theater (my girlfriend's son works there - so they really aren't alone) and picked them up afterwards - but it's always been a group of boys..mixed..his hormones seem to be a tad "More".... Group outings are fine and parental supervision is a must. they're 22 and 20 now, and beyond sensible rules about sleeping arrangements (sleepovers happened frequently but separate rooms, of course), we didn't have a ton of rules or micromanagement.The only time my older kids had real one on one dates was when they went to formal dances, and even then it was usually 3 or 4 couples going together.The first time my son took a girl out on a real date he was a freshman in college.
Part of the 16 yo rule for me is that I want them to have control over where they are with a driver's license. (And by date - I mean one on one going out as a couple dating.) And if, when he gets there, he doesn't want to - that's fine with me. I was older than 16 when I started dating and it was common and expected that one or more parents (and/or siblings) might come along to game/movie/restaurant/what ever.I can literally spy on them from the hardware store across the street!But kids around here seem to prefer to "date" in groups, even in high school.So, I guess my answer is, I have never had a certain age requirement, more of a comfort level.Luckily my kids have never challenged me on it, though if my youngest wanted to go out alone with a boy I would say no, and probably tell her not until she's 16.