Teenagers typically have a fairly high tolerance for risk and warning him about heartache or legal consequences is unlikely to have an effect.You need to show him how to act, but more importantly explain why he should act in that way. @Daniloloko - actually in the UK at least, sex between a 16yo and a 13yo is statutory rape. Teenagers typically have high ideals and low respect for authority though, so I doubt the law would deter him.
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However, we all know where such behaviour inevitably leads. Our son is adamant he loves her and only wants the best for her.
Everything about the situation is just bad in my book.
So what that means, to me, is the important thing is to help him understand the consequences of his actions.
Teenagers are of ten able to make good choices when they understand the full consequences of their actions, but they're unable to understand those consequences fully in many cases, or at least think about them.
That's a - and way too much for one conversation, and especially if it's brought forward with a lecturer approach.
Think about how to discuss this in parts, because it could take hours - and maybe some of it is simply seeding his mind with 'think about this side of things'.
He's old enough now to be self directed, which is scary.
The only thing you can do is to give him a moral framework in which to live.
Stack Exchange network consists of 171 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. In 9 months time he will be 16 and she will still be 13. Also it is quite clear to me that this girl is quite vulnerable.