Is he really too young  

sincitybrunette 55F
3159 posts
10/10/2005 1:07 am

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Is he really too young

We have had numerous discussions on the age vs experience thing. What I really want to know is how young is to young. What should the age boundaries be for that May/December romance.

I am 44 years old and have no problem with my age. Where should my boundaries end when I want to get to know someone that has picqued my interest?

Should I be ashamed of myself if I find someone who is 10 or even 15 years younger than me interesting?

I would really love some input on this one.....


TheQuietGuy2005 54M
2386 posts
10/10/2005 8:21 am

Only you know the answer to that: if he feels too young for you (and I don't mean when you're feeling him, oh you know what I mean!), then he is. If he doesn't, he isn't.

What I would add, of course, is that 44 is a fine age too so, no, you really shouldn't have any problems with that!

Enjoy!

Jx (43 years old )


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 9:41 am

TheQuietGuy - are you really what your name portrays....and its nice to see someone close to my age reading what I write and commenting


jonnyblong 55M

10/10/2005 10:13 am

sweet sincity are you asking others is the feelings that they feel toward the age difference are the same that you feel, age has nothing to do with how a heart feels nor to the encounters that attracts one another. let me ask you this you are 44 would it matter if say I was 54. would you turn away something that the younger man has to offer you because you think that age has something to prevent you from following your true desire to taste the nectar from some frobidding fruit. fruit ripens when the fruit is taken from the tree, its at its firmness and its sweetest right off the tree. I just turned 30 Sept 24, and given the chance I'd love to taste the fruit of your thighs.


rm_TwiztedCharm 56M
456 posts
10/10/2005 11:14 am

I've dated women as much as 17 years younger than myself and the last time I checked a 27 year old woman is a full grown adult, not a child. I think it's a personal matter for one to decide, so it is up to you were you can deal with a lovers maturity. That is different with each individual so go figure. Be true to you and don't give a fuck what others think.


toothysmile 50M
16514 posts
10/10/2005 3:36 pm

Absolutely nothing wrong.
Follow your heart.
It 's not about age, it 's abouy chemistry...


frbnkslady 48F
6183 posts
10/10/2005 3:48 pm

I like the murity level they possess. But I draw the line at guys that are my sons age.. Youngest I have been with was 23 yr old and I was 36. I had a great time.. And am willing to see him again when our schedules match. T

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nottiehottie0 54F

10/10/2005 7:12 pm

sincity dont worry about it i am seeing a guy who is 28 and i am 42 and nothing could be more fantastic right now...........remember age is only a number


cajunpet 70M
1185 posts
10/10/2005 7:56 pm

Hi sincitybrunette,

I dated a girl 18 years old when I was 40, after the death of my first wife.
She was abused as a child and had a maturity level of a 10 year old. She was into drugs and using sex to get them before I met her.

It did last long because of her inmaturity and wanted to kill herself.

For a long relationship it is better to have someone closer to your age.


Take care.
Keep On Blogging!!!! Have a great day.

Cajun Pet


rm_magnet4u22 49F
18406 posts
10/10/2005 8:05 pm

I agree...age is only a number. If there guy is mature enough, it doesn't matter. All that goes away when you are together.



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sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:42 pm

jonny - age is only a number, I have already admitted that. My thoughts and desires are what motivate me, not what others think about what I do. If I am attracted to and interested in a younger man, I will be the one who decides where I take that interest and what others think will not come into play.


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:44 pm

twizted - it just seems to be acceptable for an older man and younger woman than it is for the opposite. If a younger man is the one who attracts my attention, he will get 110% of it.


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:46 pm

BigGirlz - you just nailed my feelings perfectly. Its not the age, but the experience


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:47 pm

toothy - awww chemistry...is it there?


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:48 pm

frbnks - I would have to agree. My son has asked that I at least stay away from the ones that are half my age. I agreed, because I havent really met anyone that young that has the maturity level to picque my interest...when your schedules are good, enjoy yourself


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:49 pm

nottiehottie - you go....have fun....I know I will


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:50 pm

cajun - can someone that is much younger not have the maturity level of someone my own age? I think your experience was one of the few that would never have worked out


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:51 pm

magnet - something tells me from the discussion I have had, the maturity level is definitely there so I do intend to see if it all goes away when we are together


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:51 pm

magus - so you say go for it?


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/10/2005 11:53 pm

harshaw - you fucking sick puppy.....lol


scottdammit11 53M

10/11/2005 12:09 am

Sin, I'm probably 20-24 months younger than you, but I wouldn't let that age gap stand between my adoration for you and your relative tolerance for me.


rm_gent258 68M
486 posts
10/11/2005 6:14 am

I am 56 and I am in good physical condition. I exercise regularly and take care of myself. I dress well. Yet I find that there is definitely an age prejudice in this country. And I am not sure why? Maybe its the media's obsession with youth. However, I was in a relationship with a woman twenty years my senior--she was in her 60s and I was in my 40s. This is one of the most satisfying relationships that I have ever been in. Unfortunately, she died from cancer. Nevertheless, I have met older people who are playful and young at heart and young people who are old. What do you think?


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/11/2005 7:54 am

scott - we are down to counting months? oh my....that big of a gap could cause some serious damage...lol


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/11/2005 7:56 am

gent - I have had the same meetings that you have. I do truly agree that age is just a number. The real feelings and passion come from within and how you present yourself. I dont feel 44 and no one believes that I am, however, I also dont pretend to be 20. The age thing is big in this country and I can only hope that it goes far far away in the near future.


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/11/2005 12:42 pm

magus - its not my heart I would be following at this point... more my hormones....you really want me all to yourself....do share????


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/15/2005 6:47 am

magus - i am flattered


jonnyblong 55M

10/15/2005 5:29 pm

YOU CAN BE MY OLDER LOVER IF YOU WOULD LET ME BE YOUR YOUNGER LOVER, TO ENJOY ROUGH SEX IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND SLOW ROMANTC INTERCOURSE MORNING OR NOON.


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/17/2005 10:22 am

jonny - both times for sex are amazing....


TheQuietGuy2005 54M
2386 posts
10/17/2005 9:38 pm

A slightly delayed reply (busy, busy, busy) but am I "really what your name portrays"? What, quiet?

I have my moments, I guess. I have a shy interior and in crowds can, initially at least, be the one on the edge, listening more than I talk. I'm also not, for better or worse, loud in the sense of outrageous - you won't (often!) find me dancing on tables or leading the singalong. I'm also comfortable with silence when I'm with close friends - sometimes nothing needs to be said.

But it doesn't mean I don't talk and don't have an opionion. It doesn't mean I don't laugh freely. And it certainly doesn't mean that I don't love conversation.

Or, for that matter, your blog!


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/17/2005 11:01 pm

QuietGuy - I am glad that you enjoy my blogs....I was just wondering if you were as your name portrays, but you say not. I wonder what it would be like to find out.....


TheQuietGuy2005 54M
2386 posts
10/18/2005 3:08 am

Sin ... Well, as I said, I can be quiet but I don't make a career out of it! As for finding out, feel free to pop over to London and I'll happily act as your personal tour guide!


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/18/2005 11:09 am

QuietGuy - was there last summer and really enjoyed myself....why don't you come over here and let me show you Las Vegas....could be a lot more fun


TheQuietGuy2005 54M
2386 posts
10/19/2005 8:14 am

Sin ... I shall definitely bear that offer in mind! After all, I've seen London but I've never seen Vegas. Well, I've seen Vegas extensively in CSI but I'd like to think any visit would involve different kinds of excitement than those I've seen there!


sincitybrunette 55F
1668 posts
10/19/2005 8:24 pm

QuietGuy - I am pretty sure that we would find something a lot different than what you see on CSI....try Las Vegas, now that show is more like it....


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