Results for - Pedophile or Victim of circumstance

1,890 voters participated in this survey

I appreciate your honesty.

1. A guy goes to a college party and meets a girl. He is 19, she says she is too. They chat, become friends, start dating and eventually become intimate. Turns out she lied and she is only 16. Who is most responsible for this underage event?

College guy
5%
91 votes
Girl posing as older girl
59%
1,124 votes
Both
25%
466 votes
Neither
3%
57 votes
N/A
8%
152 votes

2. They were both consenting, but she was underage, should charges be brought and to whom?

Him
8%
151 votes
Her
22%
424 votes
Both
14%
266 votes
Neither
44%
838 votes
N/A
11%
211 votes

3. Your answer is based on ...?

Him -- he is over 18 and an adult and is responsible, he should've checked her i.d.
14%
263 votes
Her -- she lied
61%
1,160 votes
N/A
25%
467 votes

4. He is a ...?

Pedophile
5%
93 votes
Victim of circumstance
76%
1,433 votes
N/A
19%
364 votes

5. There is a plethora of practicing alcoholics (those that still drink but clearly have a problem with drinking) some of them are blackout drinkers. I am almost 34 years sober and have heard countless stories over the years from speakers at meetings, who blackout or meet someone at a bar or outside the bar or at a party. Both are drunk and engage in a quicky or hook-up (They do it!) Turns out one of them is underage, the other is of adult status. Referring to the first few questions, what would you call the adult in this situation (it only happened once)?

Pedophile
9%
176 votes
Victim of circumstance
59%
1,120 votes
N/A
31%
594 votes

6. Regardless of whether alcohol played a part, have you accidently slept with someone only to find out afterwards that they were not of age?

Yes
5%
98 votes
No
67%
1,258 votes
Undecided
6%
108 votes
Not Applicable
23%
426 votes
03/09/2016 Love & Relationships 1890 44 By: ptajuggalette

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