If your parents told you not to, then it is wiser to obey. At 11 you should not be considering this subject in any wise. You need to be an eleven year old. You need to be a child. You need to consider your school books. Why not consider learning to do embroidery? Why not consider learning to play an instrument? You should be doing plenty reading. May I suggest a few books: <br />
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott<br />
Nancy Drew series<br />
Harriet the Spy<br />
Little House on the Prairie series<br />
The Railway Children
It was included, because it is a suggested book for 11 year olds
Listen, you might think you know what's best for you but you really don't - not at 11. Please listen to your parents this time. They have been through a lot more life than you have and they know important things that you don't. It's much better not to learn the hard way on certain things. Oh and yes, 11 is definitely too young to date.
First you should concentrate on your school work so that you know proper sentence structure, punctuation, and spelling. Then... <br />
Why is youth wasted on the young and wisdom wasted on the old?
Enjoy your childhood while you can, you have PLENTY of time to date people. Have fun with your friends and family while you are still at that age in your life, because believe me, how you view the world is always going to change and it will never be as fun and stress free as it should be at your age. Don't let relationships ruin that yet!
Children are to remain pure until marriage, yes? Now, I'm not going to be bold enough to say that premarital sex/dating is okay, nor will I be naive enough to think all children are clean angels. In the end, it's better to obey your parents, as God commands.
one day u r going look back and regret not listening to ur parents..u know its not right for u..yet u r asking!
"Old enough to bleed is old enough to breed." Old saying.<br />
For most of the middle ages, Canon Law allowed marraige after the young women was 7 years old. That has changed radically since the 19th century. Feminists and liberals have waged a hate war on marriage and families. It hurts young women as well as men. Young women are now called "children" and prohibited by liberal/feminist law from marriage. Feminists push and push young women toward a faux man's education and career rather than being a mother. They have convinced a generation of young women, and young men, that women should not marry until they are almost too old to make babies. <br />
The feminist hate war attacks any man who tells the truth about the history of marriage and families, its not acceptable in a feminist hate dominated society. They will undoubtedly call me names for telling you that your feelings are entirely normal. They want you to be blocked from becoming a woman to make you into a faux man. Note that they expect you to date a "boy" rather than a man. That too is part of their hate war on marriage, they make any man who wants a good traditional wife and family into a criminal.<br />
However, in this culture there is no support for a young woman who gets laid and gets pregnant. You are outlawed from marriage, so your baby won't have a good family. While it is entirely understandable for a young hormonal woman wanting to get a man between her legs, you probably should respect your father.
Trust your parents. They always have your best interest in mind even if you do not see this at the time. <br />
There are way to many inappropriate behaviors and dangers associated with what you are suggesting to do.<br />
If you really like and enjoy being around this friend then ask your parents to include him with things you wish to do and please be patient with them OK? <br />
Stay safe always include your parents on your wishes.
U r gonna grow up very quickly and wish u never did once u mature and look back.
*blush* guess so!
I think you should at least be 13, but thats just my opinion
Well your parents are right i think.
Yes, it is. Wait until you are at least 15 before you start dating for real
I did same... U better be a good liar if ur gonna keep it covered ... I told my mom