I think there are a few exceptions when it comes to dating younger men, some younger men are really experienced and stable in nurturing a real relationship but thats a small percentage, I think whats most important is a woman knowing who she is and looking out for valuable qualities in a man whether old or young but dont date a younger guy to feel alive, thats would just break you so bad when things get bad... If you want to be with that person then by all means don't let anyone's opinions stop you. You're right it shouldn't matter what other people think.i think it's fine, and i just dont think that most people are aware that it's not unusual to find a couple with an age gap.especially married couples; they have bigger age gaps than almost 2 years. yeah, and like there is this girl in my grade who dated a senior, and he graduated but they're still together.I'm a girl and going to be a sophomore in high school starting september.i'm pretty sure he likes me, but my friends are kinda iffy about it.i dont really care about the age gap, because he acts mature enough, possibly even more mature than some of my guy friends!He's also almost taller than me lol, i thought he wasnt as young as he really is when i first saw him.
When you're teenagers, two years is quite a big deal.i'm pretty sure he likes me, but my friends are kinda iffy about it.they say that it would be really awkward, and admitted that they would disagree...Instead of using it as a way to say hi or let you know he’s running late, it becomes a crutch for real relationship communication.
These days, there are men who use it as the ONLY way of keeping in touch.
they say that it would be really awkward, and admitted that they would disagree with me if we ever went out.