21 year old dating

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I don't see a problem I've dated and had a large gap between us..a 12 year gap.

But the only thing is, which I don't know how the law is there, but here you have to watch out.

I didn't said its a little weird but we continued talking, I had no intentions of taking things further. She shares almost every view I have on a political and philosophical level as well as a smiliar taste in music (mine is super obscure) as well as art and film. I definitely want to keep her in my life even if just as a friend but I would prefer to be intimate.

I know we aren't breaking any laws if we do decide to get together but the gap is literally keeping me awake at night. This is a complicated case, so asking it on TSR isn't the best idea, since you can lead yourself into trouble.

Discussion different things from hobbys and interests to personnel aspirations. You should bear in mind that at 16 she's very likely to change political beliefs etc as she really doesn't know a lot about the world yet.

The fact she's got strong political beliefs and so on at 16 says to me she's either very mature OR she's not being straight with you (and just agreeing with everything you say). To me the important thing isn't age but where you are in life. Also she is 16 there is literally no future in it for you.

On the other hand if it was a 17 y/o and 21 y/o who were both working in retail full time together I'd find it less weird. even if you think she seems "mature for her age" (a classic line from creeps who think making a move on young teens is acceptable)... Saying she's mature for a 16 year old doesn't make her an adult!

She is still of school age and you're old enough to be a graduate with a full time job... If you go through with it you will get a lot of adversity from people thinking you're a creep and tbh I wouldn't blame them. I was with a 16 year old at 21 and while i would probably not repeat the experience i can say that social norms had nothing to do with it (she was batcrap crazy). I've began messaging and after the usual small talk and flirtatious banter she told me she was actually 16 and not 19 as her profile had said.

We will talk on Face Time or a phone call for 5 hours. I know we aren't breaking any laws if we do decide to get together but the gap is literally keeping me awake at night. I'd pretty much always say it's weird however I can see your perspective here that actually meeting someone who shares a lot of political/social/etc interests with you feels good.I've began messaging and after the usual small talk and flirtatious banter she told me she was actually 16 and not 19 as her profile had said. I know guys with the same 5 year gap and they had no worries doing it.I didn't said its a little weird but we continued talking, I had no intentions of taking things further. She shares almost every view I have on a political and philosophical level as well as a smiliar taste in music (mine is super obscure) as well as art and film. I know people who were 25 and 16 and have been going strong for a few years now but it still feels weird and I can't decide what to do.21/7*2 = 17.5, so you're fine I'm 17 and I've had boyfriends of your age and older and it hasn't felt weird.If you think she's mature etc go for it - don't just judge her on her age or what your friends think.

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