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22-Jul-2019 07:13

As much of our generation is delaying activities like marriage and procreating, we are, in effect, also prolonging its adolescence.

Without those weightier responsibilities, Millennial boys (or, for the most part, the ones I've encountered) are living this suspended fratboy mentality.

They have a specific, thought-out reasoning as to why they're only romantically compatible with guys who are older… Throughout my entire love life — or whatever you want to call what has been 23 years of going through men, some for longer than others — I have never so much as lusted after any guy who is younger than I am. Without going too much into my dating career, the main factor in all of my relationships — significant or otherwise — has always been the man's age.

For me, and many other women like me, it all begins with a number. Before agreeing to a set-up, as a follow-up response or even playing a flirtatious game, I always find the answer to the question, “So, how old are you? And if you don't know who the Seavers are from “Growing Pains,” then you don't stand a chance.

What about if your 10-year-old looks at you and says, "I'm ready to date, Dad"? There is so much a 12-year-old can teach a 10-year-old -- advanced coloring, advanced texting, and so many other important life skills. You're 20 years old and, under this rule, you can date a 17-year-old. There you are in college, and you get to go back to high school again to find a girlfriend.

and the male in question basically looks the same age as the female, considering the young aspie genes in said male... This is a completely hypothetical question and is not related in any way to my personal life but it is just something I've been thinking about wildly of how society would see this situation.

I believe that at least for a while, my parents will be strongly disapproving. As an extreme example, I have a cousin who is 22 and she's dating a guy who is 46 years old.They have their own place, get on great, and they've been together about 2 years.You’ll need to be prepared to answer whatever questions they have, like where you met, how serious you are, and… If things are really as genuine and happy between you as you say they are, then let the relationship speak for itself, answer any questions honestly and openly, and accept that not everyone — including your parents — are going to accept that a 30-year-old man has good intentions when dating an 18-year-old girl.You know those girls who refuse to date anyone younger than they are, much less anyone their own age? ) And I obviously have the matching theory as to why to go along with it (naturally, it involves being the younger sister).

I believe that at least for a while, my parents will be strongly disapproving.

As an extreme example, I have a cousin who is 22 and she's dating a guy who is 46 years old.

They have their own place, get on great, and they've been together about 2 years.

You’ll need to be prepared to answer whatever questions they have, like where you met, how serious you are, and… If things are really as genuine and happy between you as you say they are, then let the relationship speak for itself, answer any questions honestly and openly, and accept that not everyone — including your parents — are going to accept that a 30-year-old man has good intentions when dating an 18-year-old girl.

You know those girls who refuse to date anyone younger than they are, much less anyone their own age? ) And I obviously have the matching theory as to why to go along with it (naturally, it involves being the younger sister).

What do you think about 26 year old guy dating an 18 year old girl though?