Ok, let's look at this from another perspective.
Let's talk about what YOU are doing.
There's this thing called "statutory rape." It means, "Sexual activities where one participant is below the age required to legally consent  to the behavior, although it usually refers to adults engaging in sex with minors under the age of consent ."
You need to understand that this is illegal in every US state, and nearly every other country.
Here's what would happen to this boyfriend you love so deeply:
1. Anyone convicted of statutory rape who gets out of prison will forever be branded as a "felony child sex offender."
2. IF the person gets out of jail, s/he will have to register with the FBI's national registry and with the local police EVERY TIME they move.
3. Depending on the state, the person cannot live within certain distances of a school or day care center.
4. Their photo, home address, and description of their crime goes into online databases like https://www.neighborhoodscan.com/ so people can know what convicted sexual predators live in their community.
5. They have to declare that they were convicted of a sex crime EVERY TIME they apply for a job or apply to rent an apartment. Most employers won't hire them, and landlords wouldn't want to go anywhere near them, meaning that if they get out of prison they will have a hard time making a living and finding a place to live.
6. If a judge were to look at your situation, s/he wouldn't see a "relationship" but an incident of "child sexual abuse."
7. You also need to understand that the penalties are much harsher in most states when the adult is over 21 and the minor is under 16. These penalties vary from 10 years to life in prison.
(Learn more: http://www.cga.ct.gov/2003/olrdata/jud/rpt/2003-r-0376.htm)
8. No judge would show your boyfriend leniency because you consent, because no court recognizes that you are old enough to consent.
9. Child sex predators are reviled and hated; they judge would give your boyfriend the harshest penalty in order to protect you and other children. Even fellow inmates would give him hell for that.
YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THESE VERY SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES, and this is just the tip of the iceberg. Your boyfriend would endure a lifetime of hardship and suffering, and rightfully so.
Is THIS the life you want for someone you love?
If you *love* your boyfriend so deeply (never mind if you have any love for yourself), then you MUST END THIS TODAY. If he pursues you, tell your parents, a teacher, or a guidance counselor.
Answered Feb 23, 2011
Edited Feb 23, 2011