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#41
Quote by coco-loco
One of my friends was 13 and ended up in an 18 month relationship with a 18 year old. She's mature, and as far as I'm aware has always been. Although I think it's ****ing weird on the guys part, I tend to think that if there's a genuine attraction/caring, then it's okay.


Yeah... That's incredibly ****ed up.
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#42
So, conversely, it is acceptable to date someone twice your age minus 7?

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#43
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So, conversely, it is acceptable to date someone twice your age minus 7?

Yuck, no thanks, not into grannola.


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#44
While I personally wouldn't date under 18 or over 25 (I'm 20), My mom was 14 when she started dating my father, who was 20....so I guess relationships like that can work out.
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#45
I think when my parents started dating my mom was 17 and my dad was 25. I'd like to stick with 3 or 4 years.
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#46
Since we're all doing the parents thing, my mum was 17/18 and my dad was 29/30
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#49
How could anyone that's 18 or over actually stand being in a relationship with a young teen?

I remember being a young teenager, I was an obnoxious twat and I considered myself mature. I was wrong.
#50
Mam was 19, Dad 26/27 when they got together. I'm 20 and I couldn't really see myself dating under 18, 17 perhaps in an exceptional circumstance, but no lower.
#52
Quote by StewieSwan
The general rule is 0.5a+7 if 'a' is your own age

I think you are making that formula up. It would mean that I cannot date people under the age of 18.5 while I obviously have been having sex with 14 year olds. So I have disproven your formula.
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#54
I think the two criteria for wether a relationship is 'healthy' or not would be sexual matureness and psychological matureness. If both are on the same level then I don't see any problem with it, regardless of age.
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#57
I was with a girl who was 17 this winter O_O

I'm 23. But it was only sex so I don't really care.
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#61
Quote by durhamdynamo
I'm 19. Anything from 16-22 I'd be okay with.


Yep. Although that's becoming 17-22 quite quickly though. 16 just seems weird now.
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#62
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Yep. Although that's becoming 17-22 quite quickly though. 16 just seems weird now.


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#63
I'm 22, and here the legal age of consent is 16, and while I don't think "yes they're legal, I'm in there" as long as I wasn't their first and I met them say out drinking that age difference wouldn't bother me. The oldest I've gone is 40ish when I was 18 but that was one of my aunts friends when I'd met them out at a bar
#64
Minimum age of 21.

Upper limit is hazy. Maybe 60.
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#65
Hypothetical discussion for most of the respondents...
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#66
one of my friends starting dating her boyfriend when she was 13, and he was 16. they've been together for almost 5 years now, and i've never seen a more genuinely happy and loving relationship in my life

as for me, i'd say +/- 2 years.
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#68
Can you guys make a 0.5a +5 exception. ,,, just for me?
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#69
I would hate to date someone younger, but if it's by like half a year to a year, I am okay with it.
I am willing to date someone at most 10 years older, unless he just ages badly.
#70
Once over legal age of consent, it is up to the couple I figure. It is called "age of consent" on assumption that by that age at least half the brain is working.... leap of faith and all, but needed to draw the line somewhere.
Lots of this is culture bound, and I assume most posters are in Western countries. Things are much more hazy over here in Asia. Have friend 74 with wife in late 20's. She loves him to death (which shouldn't be that far off!). Not gold digger or any of that, helps raise daughter from his previous marriage. She is Philippine and he is Dutch, btw.
The important things to me are commonality of interests, values, etc. Old farts aren't going to want to go to disco til 3 a.m.... been there, done that. I am amazed by old dudes here in 60's-70's starting family with Thai honey in her 20's.... seems foolish at best, and since probably die before kids reach adulthood, irresponsible in my opinion.
I am 63 (amazing I made it this far...) and my cutoff is 35. They just don't have enough sense before then, and if you chase in 20's, you probably don't either. Hard to find older (above 35) woman without kids. I am seeing one 47 now. She finds it hard to believe I would prefer her over some 20's bimbo, but I do. Smart, educated, good income; doesn't need me for that.
Also over here lots of values similar to USA in 1950's with more traditional roles: he is breadwinner in she housewife type thing. WTF.... where else can I tell beautiful young ladies I don't want them, and to go away?
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