Okay, Evan, I agree mostly with your opinion on younger men/older women. I mean, I can see why an older man would want to date a younger woman – physically that is, but why would a 28-year-old woman want to date a man 45 or more? I can totally understand why older men go for younger women.There’s no denying that they’re, for the most part, in better shape, with better skin, and less baggage from broken relationships.Your access to the NCBI website at gov has been temporarily blocked due to a possible misuse/abuse situation involving your site.This is not an indication of a security issue such as a virus or attack.I mean c’mon how many dads, moms, grandparents, or legal guardians do you know that would describe the relationship between a 15-year-old girl and a 20-year-old guy as a “good thing?” I remember dating (if you can call seeing a movie with someone on two different occasions “dating”) an 18-year-old guy when I was 15. Said “boy” graduated valedictorian from my high school, was entering Stanford University, and by all accounts was an upstanding individual.Time creates wisdom – but it also creates responsibilities and complications – mortgage, kids, career, etc.
In fact, in a move that would make most teenage girls cringe Billy Ray announced to the world that he actually considered his daughter’s relationship with her 20-year-old beau “a good thing.” You have to wonder if Billy Ray will be using those same words to describe the relationship when his daughter ends up like Jamie Lynn Spears.
I think that’s the true measure of a man, is when you measure his heart.” Funny, I thought the true measure of a man was waiting for a girl to become of legal age before asking her out. We’ll have to see what transpires after November 23rd.
Others might disagree and try to rationalize the relationship by citing Miley’s “maturity” and how she is nothing like “other” girls her age because she grew up in the limelight and is a major star, yada, yada. So, would you allow your 15-year-old daughter to date a 20-year-old guy?
At 18 you're still a baby and new to adulting (typically) while at 25 you're at a different stage of life. Of course when I was a Junior and Senior in high school, I was a full time college student at a near by University.
It just seems like youd hit a lot of bumps and you wouldn't have too too much life experience in common. We are still dating and celebrating happy 10 months today actually!