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I am planning on eventually visiting the Philippines, but prior to me going there I want to find out about AoC laws in that country?

I do have some Filipina friends that are between the ages of 16 - 32, but what are the laws as it pertains to meeting them in person, especially if my younger friends wanted to meet?  I don't think anything is going to happen between us, but stranger things have happened, just never to me.

I've tried searching online, but am not having much luck, so I decided to search for expat sites, which brings me here.

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You would be wise to keep it that way, MINIMUM age 18 and they are still too young then but it gets so hard to keep telling them No so draw the line at 18 with excellent ID or there are potential

What good timing for this posted question! I went out on a date night last night with 3 sisters (true) to the best place in town and dinner for 4 cost me 930p + 100 tip. I did have a problem and had t

Hey Bruce,  Do you have any friends in that age group with no teeth?  

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You will end up shot in the head, (read news) if you play around with underage girls. 

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Do not be alone with any girl (or girls), and especially in a hotel room (or equivalent), who are under the age of 18. Immediately considered to be "trafficking" with no further questions asked. Only exception is if they are part of your family.

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Suggesting as you are about having sex with an underage child is clearly unlawful as you admitted. Unlawful as in international law, Canadian law and in Philippines. Canadian authorities will be very happy to go after you for pandering sex with a child. I suggest you leave this forum and crawl back under the rock you came from. 

 

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8 hours ago, newtlug said:

I don't think anything is going to happen between us, but stranger things have happened, just never to me.

You would be wise to keep it that way,

MINIMUM age 18 and they are still too young then but it gets so hard to keep telling them No so draw the line at 18 with excellent ID or there are potential consequences too numerous to mention.  Personally, I won't even allow myself in the same room as an under 18 without very reliable adult witnesses. 

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What good timing for this posted question! I went out on a date night last night with 3 sisters (true) to the best place in town and dinner for 4 cost me 930p + 100 tip. I did have a problem and had to redo the seating as there was a TV behind me and these 3 were awe struck as they have no electricity or TV on Squatter Hill where they live. So I sat them all across from me (I have a TV, lost the magic years ago) 

Anyway, as there are 3..... and especially the one eating chicken is a very happy drunk... I sort of think I may have a shot! As for age of consent... that is not too much or a worry for me. Snapping a hip on one of them is! :hystery:

So honorable forum members.... which one should I approach first? And... to any retired Senior Chiefs.... way too early for all 3! But thanks for the thought..... :smile:

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Hey Bruce, 

Do you have any friends in that age group with no teeth?  

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1 hour ago, Jake said:

Hey Bruce,

Do you have any friends in that age group with no teeth?

Why yes I do! and a few snaggle tooth friends as well.... I still have not gotten used to the looks of shock when I take my old friends or the street kids for something to eat. I know that the Philippines is not supposed to have a caste system like India, but I often feel, by the stares from better off Pinoys, that I am in the company of a punch of lepers!

It had been raining a lot the past week, and when I pull into Jollibee, the street kids come running because they know while in my company the 'enforcers' will not say anything to them. As usual one of the kids will produce a piece of cardboard to cover my seat while I am in the restaurant. Well, 2 days ago it was 14 kids surrounding me. I know this because I bought 14 ice creams at 11p each.... well there was a woman with her family coming out and she ran over and started yelling at the boys to get away from me. They yelled back that I was their friend which she did not believe until she asked me. She was satisfied I was not in danger, so she left.  

Speaking of people with dental issues, here is one for you... If you would like I will get you the number, but you will have to 'send a (smart) load' if you want a reply.... Enjoy! :hystery:

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When i was first involved with the Philippines and seeing all the very pretty younger ladies,i did get carried away and that was just on line , so all i can add to this is what would you do if some older person was sniffing around your daughter or maybe your grand daughter , it dont sound right does it, just a thought

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17 hours ago, newtlug said:

I am planning on eventually visiting the Philippines, but prior to me going there I want to find out about AoC laws in that country?

I do have some Filipina friends that are between the ages of 16 - 32, but what are the laws as it pertains to meeting them in person, especially if my younger friends wanted to meet?  I don't think anything is going to happen between us, but stranger things have happened, just never to me.

I've tried searching online, but am not having much luck, so I decided to search for expat sites, which brings me here.

Mr ""Newtlug""...In dealing with law enforcement myself, it's relatively easy these days to get the name of the prospective "tourist" who shares these types of intentions on line-connecting one's name to a passport number and then conveying that to the country one may be visiting can mark that person. Surveillance usually is the next step. Also note that even developing nations have a "code" in their jails-I'll let you figure out the rest.-just food for thought-that's all.

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