Here is the age of consent information regarding Washington State, taken directly from the Age of Consent website:
The age of consent entry for the State of Washington was changed to "16/18" in July, 2000,
Washington enacted a law similar to Florida in which a person 16 or 17 may consent to
sexual activity with a person not more than 59 months (4 years 11 months) older. (For example
it is illegal for a 21 year old to have sex with a 16 year old; it is illegal for a 22 year old to
have sex with a 17 year old).
As far as my understanding of this statute goes (and if I'm reading this wrong, I'm sure someone will poke me with the clue stick), because you're fifteen, you cannot legally consent to having sex with anyone.
Tim, as in "Donate"
"Each has his past shut in him like the leaves of a book known only to him by his heart, and his friends can only read the title." -- Virginia Woolf.