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Post Reply Should there be or is there an age gap-limit for relationships?
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Peoples who are still in High School or below High School in my opinion shouldn't even be dating others. People should worry about education and just enjoying youth at such young ages. Anything after that doesn't matter if your say 18 and 90 and a couple. Love is love. You can tell someone that it's wrong to love someone/something but you can't stop them from loving what they love. If that makes sense. haha
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Is it okay for a 20 year old guy to date a 16 year old girl?
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My sister is 12 years younger than her husband. My cousin is 14 years older than his wife of over 25 years. I'm currently pursuing a woman 14 years younger then myself. She just wants to be friends, and I'm moving in a few moths. So, it's just as well. However, I find I have more in common with younger women than I do women my age.

Of course I'm a full time single dad. So, that makes it hard to attract younger women, but not impossible. I would date a woman my age if I could find one that shared my love of anime, sci-fi, shooting, Asian culture, etc. I also want to have more kids. So, I'm really looking for a younger woman that doesn't have any, and doesn't mind that I have two of my own. It's not the age that matters to me. It is their personality, interests and where they are in life.

Life is hard enough without worrying about stuff like how far apart you are in age to the person you want to spend your life with.
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Is it okay for a 20 year old guy to date a 16 year old girl?


No dude. He should wait until she's 18. I get it, it's only 4 years apart. When he's 50, she'll be 46. That's not a big deal. But underage is underage. If it's meant to be they can wait.

If they just can't wait, they should sit down with her parents, or both sets of parents and talk about it. If her parents are ok with it, then it's fine. My guess is they won't be unless he is well known to them and they respect him already.
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chiplg wrote:


Avvocato wrote:

Is it okay for a 20 year old guy to date a 16 year old girl?


No dude. He should wait until she's 18. I get it, it's only 4 years apart. When he's 50, she'll be 46. That's not a big deal. But underage is underage. If it's meant to be they can wait.

If they just can't wait, they should sit down with her parents, or both sets of parents and talk about it. If her parents are ok with it, then it's fine. My guess is they won't be unless he is well known to them and they respect him already.


About a year ago when I was 19 I dated a 15 year old girl and I totally get what you say. I met her parents and they were cool with me dating their daughter but it didn't work out in the end. Too many different interests.
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If I have a daughter, I will be setting a age limit to how old her partners should be. I myself prefer dating older men and will probably set it for about 5 years depending on her age. Same for my son.

0-12 no boyfriend
13-15 Boyfriend may only be a year and a few months older
16-17 2-3 years older.
after 18 she can date whoever she wishes.

I think limitations are necessary but I think it also depends on the people itself. Of course children under the age of 16 should have strict limitations but if you're 16 and older and are at the same maturity as an adult and the capability of thinking like an adult then those limitations should be either loosened or taken off. If my daughter or son's partner is 20 when they're 16 and I find him/her to be a nice match for my kids then I will allow them to date and it's not like I can stop them from having sex so I would sign a consent form to allow them to be in a sexual relationship if they wish to be sexually active.
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