Let’s all agree to stop making age a huge issue and to focus more on someone’s personality than their birthday date.So many men go after younger girls, making it somewhat of a commonality, but the opposite of that is quite a bit less common.I’ve been dating a guy who’s three years younger than me for a little over two years now.I’ve dealt with constant criticism, shocked reactions, confusion as to why I would go younger and questions about what it’s like.This is something that, for whatever reason, almost always illicits weird reactions from people.Age has never been that big of a deal to me (I have a lot of close friends who are a few years younger than me as well), but apparently it’s a really big deal to everyone else. There will be a moment where you realize something like he was in middle school when you were in high school. You find out just how many people think that making fun of your age difference is hilarious.
I mean, sure, there are some things that are different about dating someone who isn’t your age, but for the most part it’s really not that big of a deal. The most common reaction to the age difference is total shock, followed by the question “But how did you meet? Sometimes when you’re with him and all of his friends, you might feel a little out of place. You learn that people are rude enough to ask questions like, “But why would you date someone younger than you?
well yes ..she is nice looking and you think .the hell is she interested in me you cant be sure she just loves the sex ..the good time...)) .may even have an eye on your wallet... I have difficulty imagining that she's turned on by men of that age but he's getting what he wants, and when he passes on she gets what she wanst which is just as well seeing he can't take it with him.
However, a good friend of mine who is (or will be sometime this year) 56, has a girlfriend of 23 (or perhaps she'll be 24 this year) for over a year, so that's 32 years younger! I have a female friend that once told me that she thought -12 was fine when we were discussing such matters (she is only one year younger than I). Meanwhile, my girlfriend's father was 12 years older than her mother (and she was born when he was 49), and I have other friends whose father was 21 years older than their mother, and in both cases they were married (or at least together, her parents lived together for 12 years before getting married) for 50 years or more. Many young women at that age are quite mature, and simply don't want to put up with guys her age.
Falling for someone is a process that comes with all kinds of questions along the way.
Regardless of the answers, most of us like to believe that love can conquer any differences. An age gap can come with some challenges, just like all relationships come with their own challenges.
should i take this seriously .just enjoy the sex...?