The age gap isnt so bad; you're right here in England its legal, you're over 16, so it isnt really a big problem.I've heard of many girls who date guys who are a lot older, like girls dating guys in their 30s and 40s.Im 17 (girl) and me and 23 year old have been dating for a while now, my parents dont know about me and him and I dont think they'll like it, i'm afraid to tell them, my 18 year old brother knows and hes really over protective, he promised me he wouldnt tell them but I'm scared he might, he comes round when they go out and i go round to his flat all the time, we've been going out for 4 months now, maybe my parents are suspecting things I dont know!!He took my virginity too, but I love him so I dont care and its legal here in england, I just dont know what to do about my parents and is it right with us two dating? I'm really interested in her and really want to make a move and ask her on a date. We seem to flirt a lot making fun of each other and calling and texting each other a lot talking about life. She's loads of fun and she's also really mature for her age too. I don't want to be seen as a perv who's lusting over teenagers. Is the fact that I find her a mix of smart, funny, cute and sexually attractive wrong? I think it all depends on the person, the maturity level, the things you have in common, the chemistry, etc. I'm not sure I'd say the same thing if the guy was 53, however, there is not a whole lot of difference between 17 and 23 - especially between a male and a mature female. If he's a good person who treats you right and does the right thing and you are both responsible and mature, they will see past the 6 year "difference" and eventually be happy for you.
I'm 17 and my boyfriend is 23 and I'm madly in love with him.
Call me silly, but I'm gonna be 25 soon so that will mean she's 8 years younger than me.
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You’ve likely spent your whole life living with your parents, and haven’t had a chance to get out into the world. You’ve probably moved out of your hometown, or at least (I hope) out of your parents house. From a 17 year old perspective, I get why this might seem appealing. honestly, barring some sort of deeper long-term history between you two, it’s really messed up.
Your high school friends are the same friends you’ve had since you were 13 (probably), and your ability to make decisions about your life thus far has been fairly limited. Looking back on your school years, they seem really, really far away. Like, if you met them when they were 17 and you were 9, and now you’re dating? Again - not necessarily from the younger perspective looking forward, but from the older person’s perspective looking backward. If you remember this answer in 8 years, I’d be curious what you think of 17 year olds then.
Maybe get them to meet him so they can see for themselves what he's like and maybe he can prove them wrong and make them think, he seems like a great guy, he seems like he'll look after our daughter.