Don't. Just don't. It's not worth it in the end. It interferes with school work and sports (if you're in any) and can even interfere with family and friends. My ex-friend lost all her friends because after she got her boyfriend all she did for NINE MONTHS was talk about him and only cared about herself, never her friends. It's not worth it. Also, you told someone that other girls your age are dating? So fricken what? What does that matter? Just because someone else does something doesn't mean you need to! Live your own life. Have your own beliefs. If you go around doing things just because other people do, then you're going to have a long and sad life. So just wait. My sister went all throughout high school without having a boyfriend, and hasn't had one yet in college. She got into an amazing college simply because she focused on school and worked hard (even in subjects that she didn't think she could do!) So, just, don't start dating at 13, it'll just HURT you and your friends more than HELP you and your friends.
You don't need to date at 13. ESPECIALLY 13. I don't recommend dating until you have a stable life because relationships will only interfere with schoolwork. 13 year olds don't know what real dating is...trust me.
Muchbetter98 pretty much summed up all of what I was going to say, but I will say that at the age of 13 there is no such thing as dating. To date you can't exactly be at the mercy of parents or guardians, you should be alone. Neither of you can drive so you are at your parent's will. Not to mention that at age 13 you are FAR too immature to date, let alone deal with some of the things that MAY happen while you date. I say, your parents made the right call.
Don't . It's really not worth it . At the end , when you break up hell show your text messages around call you names and its not so fun . Just wait till you are 15 or 16 to date . It's for your own good . Besides , take your moms rules and advice because she already lived those years and she's trying to guide you the right way.
My mom had the same rule. It really sucked at the time, but now I'm glad. You get to watch all of the people around you date and make TONS of mistakes. Then, when you turn 15/16, you'll know what not to do and have much better and happier relationships since you learned from watching the people around you. :)