The Top Ten. 1 20-Year-Olds Still Aren't Legal Enough to Do Other Things. For my personal experience, I agree with much you have listed here. I added a comment below, because I wanted to comment on both the visitors comment, and your response to that A 53-year old should NEVER date a 27-year old. I agree, it's better for people to date someone their own age group.+4. It really is. VoteE. 10 You Don't Need to Date a 20-year-Old to Feel Young Again. I can already imagine older men in their 40s attracted to women in their early 20s just cause they want to feel young again. Like I said before, age is something you gotta find in yourself. Not in other people. VoteE. The Contenders. 11 An Older Adult Having a Baby with a 20-year-Old Probably Won't Turn Out Well.
What if they were 37 and the other 28, would that be as odd? I think it's rather to do with that age gap as a percentage of the age of the girl. So she's 18 and the age gap is 50% of her years on the planet. If she was 28 the gap would be just 32%. Now, it doesn't make sense or bother me either. But that's clearly what happens in the mind of some people.
In my relationship, the gap is nearly 55% of my girlfriends age, does it bother me? Umm, no. I was 25 when I first dated my ex who was 18 at the time. He was hot, 6'3" and muscly. No one seemed to notice I was seven years older until we told them, even my dad. We stayed together for three years. Before that point I used to think one of the 24 year old ladies I knew was a bit strange for dating a 17 year old. I think it's rather to do with that age gap as a percentage of the age of the girl.
So she's 18 and the age gap is 50% of her years on the planet. If she was 28 the gap would be just 32%.
Now, it doesn't make sense or bother me either. But that's clearly what happens in the mind of some people. In my relationship, the gap is nearly 55% of my girlfriends age, does it bother me? Umm, no. Its 11pm on a Saturday night, there is no way I am understanding what you wrote here lol. My cousin who's 27, has started seeing an 18 year old - do you think the age gap is odd? Whilst some people do make a thing about age gaps to me I think they are irrelevant , as long as it is legal of course then I think its more to do with the two indviduals involved and how they are for their ages and how they gel as a couple.
When I was 19 I went out with a 16 year old and I got some comments from friends about having a toyboy.:o I think the older the couple the less significant it becomes. My grandma and mum both ended up with men 7/8 years younger than themselves and my husband is younger than me(months rather than years). Don't see the attraction for women going out with older blokes, prefer them younger than myself tbh. Makes me sound like a bit of a cougar.:D
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you are probably platonic, delusional or obsessive and asking about it for hit that person just a thought, but if you dont its not healty... Becuse i think any woman who mentally stable in that age doesnt want to have an affair with a boy. sex is acceptable but relationship is unusual friend because if she is 35 its mean she has 70 years old intelligence age and as a man you have only like 15 years old intelligence age and every woman knows that... in any case this is not fine for your sanity.
It's totally possible, but... If you are thinking of build some relationship, it means a relationship for the rest of your life with this woman, you have to consider that she has 14 years more than you, so it means, when she reach 50 years old, that also means = no sex, but at least a casual blowj**... But love is more than sex... If all that thing you are talking about it's just casual sex, go on and make it happen. Hope be useful to you my words.
that's the only thing to point, my man. like I said, sex is no big deal when you truly love someone. I can say that to you because I have a girlfriend, we love each other and we want marry soon, sex is a good thing, but some universities with some study says that sex is less than 1% of the marrige... Oh yes, that is a subject to point if you are a guy who care for these things like get marry, have sons e all that.
Let's use me as exemple, I like sex, but I don't think that is a big deal, I like good conversation, good interation, have a deep conection, truly understand my girlfriend, love... What are you looking for with all that conjecture? A real relationship or a casual sex? I'm talking about sex because idk if this subject of yours is about casual relationship or a deeper relationship, when we want casual relationship, we are just thinking about sex, to feed our lack of someone.
Have a nice day - aka VeryNiceGuy (here in Brazil is 00:18 am hahaha) idk man i think i say i want a real relationship but maybe deep down i just really want casual sex... i think i feel this way because maybe the bigger problem is that i question if i should even get into a relationship (never been in one) when i don't even have that much confidence in my friendships since i believe relationships should ideally be a friendship first anyways.
i'm kind of antisocial or something since i haven't made that many friendships in university and most of them have been made because of similar interests in one or more of the 3 things i would say i'm super into/define me, which are sports, anime, and schoolwork, but i'm kind of ok with that, like just hanging out with them during my activities (like i'll go to sports practice for sure, but won't go mainly because i want to hang out with the people there).
sometimes i feel kinda lonely and wish that i had a stronger friendship (but im not exactly sure what kind of different things i would be doing other than 'hanging out' more) but most of the time i don't feel that way. i've talked to her a good amount in person but i know that our common interest (sports) is the main thing connecting us together, and that probably isn't a good foundation for a serious relationship. i did get lunch with her last week though and i thought the conversation was ok, pretty smooth and no awkwardness or anything, just talking about random stuff about our lives, but i feel like it's not sustainable for a relationship where you would talk every day, rn it feels like 'friends catching up' (also this is how i feel for the girls i've talked to, don't have any girls that i would call friends either) Oh hell yeah, older women are the best.
When you're young. When you get to 30 and beyond, it sorta flips around and you'll have all the 20-year olds pining for your attention. When you hit 30 yourself, you'll see the 30 year old women for the old, angry cows that they are, with five children and emotional baggage like you wouldn't believe, but you don't have to care about that when you're 20; they won't dumb their emotional issues on you since you're basically just a boy toy (which is what you want, honestly).
Just don't go too young. When I was 28 I dated a girl who literally turned 18 the night we met, but that was just too god damned weird. 18 year olds are basically children still, but at 20 girls start to become just the right mixture of slutty, outgoing and grounded. It really depends more on the person than on age. There are 30 year olds that kept young in mind and there are 20 year olds that act mature. Then there is still oskar, who looks like 40. :D Only thing you might wanna consider if you aim for a long term relationship.
When you are 40 she will be 54. So it better isn't mostly for the looks. ;) But don't you worry, after 20 years it definitely isn't just for the looks anymore anyway. :D
In China, waiting until after age 25 to walk down the aisle means you’re nothing more than “[a] yellowed pearl,” according to the government. An official, state-led campaign to marry off all ladies by the time they hit their mid-20s was launched in 2007 by the ominously named All-China Women’s Federation, deeming any single women in their late 20s or older a “Sheng-nu,” or leftover woman.
(The word “sheng” is also used to describe rotten food.) from Brooklyn-based filmmaker Floyd Russ aims to draw attention to the Chinese women who refuse to conform to the societal (and, often, familial) pressure to marry by a certain age, all while showcasing a practice that appears to be the most intense and intimidating form of matchmaking ever: the marriage market. And “market” is more than just an expression—picture half live-action personal ad and half human auction, where parents hang colorful pieces of paper with statistics about their sons and daughters, then haggle over their “qualifications.” A house?
That’s good. Being over 25? That’s bad—really bad. And love? Forget it. Across most of the globe, women are choosing to marry later than ever before—if they even decide to marry at all. Currently, 27 is the average age women decide to in the United States, up from 23 in 1990 and 20 (yes, 20) in 1960.
This trend tracks fairly steadily across Europe, the Americas, and much of Asia as well, from Chile (average age: 33), to Taiwan (average age: 29.7), to Germany (average age: 30.7). These kinds of girls hope to further their education in order to increase their competitiveness. The tragedy is they don’t realize that as women age, they are worth less and less. They are already old, like yellowed pearls. But despite the fact China has far more men than women thanks to its one-child policy, any lady who dares to wait and get married has all but ensured she’s “undesirable.” “Pretty girls don’t need a lot of education to marry into a rich and powerful family, but girls with an average or ugly appearance will find it difficult,” wrote China's Xinhua News Agency in published, ironically, on International Women’s Day in 2011.
“These kinds of girls hope to further their education in order to increase their competitiveness. The tragedy is, they don’t realize that as women age, they are worth less and less, so by the time they get their M.A.
or Ph.D., they are already old, like yellowed pearls.” The Russ documentary (called, of course, Marriage Market) tells the story of leftover women across Shanghai and their search for partners, featuring interviews with many of the women and—of course—their parents.
“I won’t die in peace until you’re married. You’re stubborn. You’re too picky. You are a leftover woman,” the film begins, flashing a young woman’s childhood photos and echoing a sentiment that has been parroted back again and again to these “elder” single women.
“People think in Chinese society that an unmarried woman is incomplete,” a woman explains. “You feel like an outsider.” The intricate dynamic between parents and children, between the state and the individual, and between progress and tradition is brought into focus in the film, putting a heartbreaking and very human face on this wildly sexist norm and the generation gap that seems, at times, cavernous.
As another one of the film’s subjects says, “I just wish my parents would understand my way of living.”
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