|A Consenting Juveniles narrative is a first-hand account reporting the words of the research subject on his or her experience.|
The narrative on this page is an anonymous account of correspondence conducted by SOL Research. All names of persons and places, as well as other personal details have been changed.
It was twisted around to make it look like he abused me.
It was Ambers story that largely spurred the Consenting Juveniles project. She first wrote to ask about contacting her former boyfriend in prison.
I was talking to a guy when I was 13 and he was 18 and he got in trouble and had to register as a sex offender. He is in jail now, but now that I
SOL Research sent a letter to her boyfriend informing him of Ambers inquiry. Then she told us her story.
I never had a real great childhood, to be honest. My parents sep
I have an older sister,
I always did real
Later that week, he called and asked if I wanted to hang out. I was having some people over the followin
We were together for about eight months. Then a teacher overheard someone talking about us and found out how old he was. She knew w
Six months after we sent the letter for her, Amber wrote back with an update.