I'm one of those people who feels really bad if I ignore someone, so I talked with her. We both play music, listen to the same genre and so on. But, she's in highschool, so no." Again, I'm not implying that I want to go after her, or anything. What do you think of guys going after girls that are 4 years younger than them?I looked up some other posts on different sites, and most people seemed very, uneasy about it.Sometimes, people really connect with others, and it's rough when age limits it. Many people may not like the age difference, but many will still support you if you show you really love her. I don't know what you plan to do, but don't let the age difference stop you.I would say it would be better if you were a freshman in college and she was a senior. We're not together because my parents don't know a thinf and because I know they won't allow me to have a bf yet. And he also told me that he could go to jail anytime if i say so cause he's an adult and im a kid or something like that.Dating someone younger—whether you’re two or three years his senior or are talking cougar territory—certainly can work (look at Eva Longoria and her 4-years younger beau), but being an “older woman” in a relationship does tend to come with certain perks and downfalls.
So, this may start some controversy, but I'm intrigued by what other people's response to this question is (sorry if it's a double post)First off, I'm going to say that I am not planning on making any moves or anything by asking this question and seeing the responses, because I'm uneasy about age differences. Okay, so a girl who is a junior in highschool started talking with me today. Living in the area in which I do, she has a lot of the same interests that I do, which is rare in any girl up here.A longer span of time before he’s reaching for the Viagra.Sure, you’ll have dinner dates, but also be ready for, say, a 10-mile hike one weekend followed by an indie rock concert the next.I look at her, all dolled up in heels and a cute crop top, and then I look back at my bed, soft and warm, offering a Saturday night of TV, calls with high-school friends, and microwavable macaroni and cheese.Do I push myself to meet new people (and risk spending the next four hours smiling and saying “hey, where are you from?