How young is toooooo young?


Christopher
#31
I see nothing wrong in an older guy going out with a younger woman. A 70 year old with a woman in her 40s or early 50s is OK by me. If he goes out with a 30 year old what the heck has it do with anyone but the couple conccerned. The same applies to an older woman and a younger guy. Life's too short to worry about such things. Why don't people get on with their own lives and let others get on with theirs. Asking which looks the worse ... two adults the same age can sometimes be an ugly sight.
 
Gonzo
#32
I prefer women my age or older. Younger women are immature.
 
JonB2004
#33
The age of consent should be 18.
 
maepaulino
#34
if it is 14-17/18 I think it's better for them to have someone that is their age or 1-2 years older... but if the person's already 20 it doesn't matter if the guy is 6 years older than her... it's just that when we get older we tend to think that people can already handle people much older than them..
 
hermanntrude
#35
I know people of 25 who are too stupid to make the decisions sex involves, and I expect there are people of ages younger than 16 who are very aware of the responsibilities etc. Problem is that when very young it can be unsafe medically. Girls who have sex at a young age are more likely to get cancer etc and are more at risk of STI's (maybe i made that up?). anyway it's not a simple subject. I think it would be sensible to have the age higher than 14, but with provisos and exceptions available for specific cases. Remember though that if people enjoy their sex they aren't going to report it to the police anyway so 12, 13, 14 year olds etc will always have sex if they really want to, and bad things will always happen, even if they are unacceptable and illegal.
 
Curiosity
#36
Too Young or Old Enough?

Rate of maturation of both male and female is such a variable no one age is "right". It is an individual matter as is physical growth, hair color, talents, intelligence, etc.

I realize law enforcement have to set a circumscribed demarkation by naming an "age" but there is no
one age which would cover all situations.

People must remember every child - even young ones - are totally unique individuals who will react to an
event in a totally personal way.

Regarding sexuality and appropriate age - it is a roll of the dice and all adults can do is to educate and prepare their child for the possiblities or eventualities of life, and that the child should feel absolutely free
in discussing these matters. The most damaging thing parents can do is to "hope it never happens" or "it will go away" or some other fantasy. Sexuality is everywhere these days, visual images, characterizations of sexual interaction in film and television and electronic sharing.... and curious kids.

Forced or manipulated sexuality is another monster we have to prepare for.... it happens.

If you leave your child hanging out there to make solo uninformed decisions - you are leaving the door open for trouble.
 
hermanntrude
#37
maybe we should tell our children they're ugly so they won't have the confidence

that's how it worked for me. i thought i was unpleasant so assumed nothing would happen, so it didnt. i wanted sex from the age of about 11. I only realised how fantastic I am at about 24. now i know i'm gorgeous but have the brains to think about sex and what it means.
 
Curiosity
#38
Hermann

LOL - actually my sisters had me convinced I missed out in the looks department. There is nothing worse than having older sisters who are popular and divas and commanding all the attention.

I felt Cinderella was written for me - except the ending. The shoe never fit me either and no prince.
 
hermanntrude
#39
Princes are overrated. Look at Charles
 
Curiosity
#40
LOL Hermann

I didn't want to get Blackleaf on my case by mentioning Charles

Charles did miss out on lots of things .... like two parents.
 
Nuggler
#41
Quote: Originally Posted by jimmoyerView Post

I wouldn't put "Intelligent Design" and "swallow" in the same sentence if I were you.

Good one
 
RomSpaceKnight
#42
My last GF was 22, I'm 43. She liked the big red motorcycle and I liked the way her hips swung. I was looking for a cleaning wench and she was looking for a sugar daddy. Her long distance phone bill got between us. Lasted 6 months. Was a lota fun for first 5 months. All the guys my age were JEALOUS. Her girlfriends thought she was doing well even if I was old as hell. I think my mum had a bit of an issue with it. No real generation gap issues.
 
wallyj
#43
Quote: Originally Posted by RomSpaceKnightView Post

My last GF was 22, I'm 43. She liked the big red motorcycle and I liked the way her hips swung. I was looking for a cleaning wench and she was looking for a sugar daddy. Her long distance phone bill got between us. Lasted 6 months. Was a lota fun for first 5 months. All the guys my age were JEALOUS. Her girlfriends thought she was doing well even if I was old as hell. I think my mum had a bit of an issue with it. No real generation gap issues.

Been there done that,have the scars to prove it,would do it again in a minute.Cheers.
 
gneiss
#44
Just letting you know...

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher has been tagged as sexy couples. It was on msn... but can't find the article anymore
 
the caracal kid
#45
Quote: Originally Posted by RomSpaceKnightView Post

My last GF was 22, I'm 43. She liked the big red motorcycle and I liked the way her hips swung. I was looking for a cleaning wench and she was looking for a sugar daddy. Her long distance phone bill got between us. Lasted 6 months. Was a lota fun for first 5 months. All the guys my age were JEALOUS. Her girlfriends thought she was doing well even if I was old as hell. I think my mum had a bit of an issue with it. No real generation gap issues.

This type of mating is to be expected. The older male has secured resources for reproducing, which is attractive to the female. The younger female is in her prime breeding age.
 

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