The year-old Singaporean pleaded guilty on Friday Nov 13 to two counts of sexually penetrating the girl, who was 15 years old at the time. The offender also cannot be named due to amendments to the Children and Young Persons Act, which now covers those below 18 years old. The youth, who knew the girl had a former boyfriend and wanted to make him jealous, then asked her to accompany him to some shops in the neighbourhood. The girl agreed. The pair later went to the community club where the girl told the offender that she wanted to use a toilet. The DPP said: "After a few minutes, the accused and the victim heard the sound of shutters rolling. Thinking that the community club was about to be closed for the day, the accused and victim both got dressed and left the male toilet. The pair then went to a nearby block of flats and continued having sex at a staircase landing. They parted ways soon after. The boy's offences came to light the next day when the girl told her school's discipline master about them.
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Understanding teenage sexual behaviour, sexual attraction, sexual identity and gender identity
You can help your child by modelling and reinforcing values and beliefs about safety, responsibility, honest communication and respect in relationships by treating your partner with respect and talking about how to stay safe. Most teenagers will experiment with sexual behaviour at some stage — this is a normal, natural and powerful urge in these years. But not all teenage relationships include sex. Teenagers are also maturing emotionally and socially. They might want romantic intimacy and ways to express love and affection. And they might be curious and want to explore adult behaviour. Some teenagers are sexually attracted to people of the opposite sex, some are attracted to people of the same sex, and some are bisexual. Some teenagers might express no sexual interest. Young people who are same-sex attracted might or might not identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual.
About teenage sexuality
Sexual feelings, attractions, fantasies and desires affect virtually all people from at least puberty onwards. The average age of puberty for girls in the UK is 12 to 13, 13 to 14 for boys. In common with other aspects of development, the age at which puberty occurs varies widely from person to person. It is normal for the onset of puberty in different individuals to start as young as 8 or to be delayed until 16 or The age at which people first begin to act on their sexual interests also varies widely and can be affected by a large range of factors including biological development, hormone levels, cultural factors, religious and moral views, upbringing, self-esteem, education and socio-economic status. Wide variation in age at sexual debut is part of the normal spectrum of adolescent development. By the end of the teenage years most young people in the UK will have had sex. The average age of sexual debut in the UK is 16 —
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