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Hello Big Grin this is a yes or no question. no commenting back on someone elses opinion please. Does age matter when you start to date? Big Grin Yes or no? (And im not talking about like. teen&adult relationships. because that is against the law... but... say. you are... 14 and you date a 17 year old. should that matter? yes or no? comment Big Grin

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Yes because my sister dated a 16 year old when she was 18 and he was not as mature as her. (not saying all guys are immature) but age does matter, not only for that reason but also physical reasons. The older person in the relationship could pressure the younger into doing things they aren't ready for. you know? So it does matter.


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I personally think that fourteen and seventeen is a bit of a stretch. Teens mature differently, and they're in different stages of their lives. You know, girls mature faster than boys, different age groups are into different things/stages, etc. For all you know, if you're thinking about just dating and having a fun time, he could be thinking about s ex. I don't think it's too bad if you're a year about; two may be okay, three is kinda pushing it. Age doesn't matter as much when you're older though, such as twenties and thirties.






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I personally think that fourteen and seventeen is a bit of a stretch. Teens mature differently, and they're in different stages of their lives. You know, girls mature faster than boys, different age groups are into different things/stages, etc. For all you know, if you're thinking about just dating and having a fun time, he could be thinking about shex. I don't think it's too bad if you're a year apart; two may be okay, three is kinda pushing it. Age doesn't matter as much when you're older though, such as twenties and thirties.






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To me, age does matter.  Age can determine 'mental maturity' and so forth... Dazed

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i agree with noordinarygirl. I had a friend when i was 11 and she,12, went out with a 16 year old kid who didn't care about her and asked her if she would loose her v-card to him! Boys are such jerks!  

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Noooooo.!!

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"I'ma put this in the debating forum, but I don't want you guys to debate about it." Lol. Anyway, No. Maturity matters. 14 and 17 are hugely different levels of maturity(generally speaking) . Then there are the problems when the age of adult hood is reached by one of the pair. Lets say drinking age. one wants to go out and drink with their friends, the other cannot (and should not) go with them. The one who can't go out wants the other to hang with them. Yes, it's possible to find balance if they were both mature about it (key word- mature) and it's possible to do a lot of things together, but let's face it. once most teens get to drinking age they want to go out and party.  I know that's just an example, but large differences in maturity cause large problems. It can work out sometimes, but that's rare. Once you get older (lates 20's at least) maturity levels kind of level out (age:maturity wise) and you just have to look for someone wh'o's on a similar level to you.

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In my opinion, it's about the maturity and not the age. So no, it doesn't matter.


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Yes.

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