I have a 15yo dtr, who has been dating a 15yo boy for the last 5 months. They are both great kids, very good students, involved in extracurricular activities and have lots of good friends. My problem is, last night I let her have him over for dinner and a movie. I thought this was the perfect set up for both of us--- they got to see each other, and I got the supervise. My husband and I were on one couch, and her and her boyfriend were on the other couch. We had the lamp on in the living instead of the ceiling light, apparently we were watching the movie too closely, because 3/4 of the way through the movie I look over at them and witness what I believe is his hand in her pants!!!! I was in complete shock, I got up walked into the kitchen paced around for a few seconds went back into the living room looked at them again, and yep--- that is definately what was going on!!! She had managed to grab the blanket off the back of the couch and was covered up leaning against him, he was sitting upright, completely casually--- except for his one hand was out of sight (under the blanket). So---- I was not happy with the fact that they are doing more than I thought, but the part I don't know how to address is the fact that THEY were doing this in my living room with my husband and I sitting within feet of them!!!!! So, right after I caught on as to what was going on, his cell phone rang (his parents calling aka: divine intervention) as he fumbled for the phone and began talking to his dad, I called my daughter's name, gave her a "what are doing!!!!?" look and told her to sit up and get out from under the blanket. She did, he finished talking to his dad, they sat like "perfect" children through the remainder of the movie. I could not bring myself to address this last night, I was upset, in shock, and truthfully have NO idea what to say. If they are doing this in my living room right next to me and my HUSBAND, what the heck are they doing when I drop them off at the movies. I was NO angel as a teen, I was in fact VERY daring and wild-- but NEVER, in front of my parents. She is a very respectful to all adults, her teachers adore her, I hear daily what a good kid she is, but I am so very troubled by this, my stomach is in knots, I realize she is a teenager and things are going to be happening -- but WOW---- any, any advice will be GREATLY appreciated.