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I have a co-worker with whom I'm work chums (we're not bosom buddies but we like each other at work- I'm sure you've had one).
If you were 30 and she was 27, I don't think anybody would say it's weird.
Just that, since you're 19 and she's 16 now, she's more of a kid still in a way and you're more of young grown up, that will be spoiling her in eyes of parents I guess. i'm 17 and seem to attract older guys (by older i mean like 20...
im 17 (18 in october) and my boyfriend's turning 21 in june.
I don't really see what the big deal is - boys aren't as mature as girls anyway and i find most guys my age are still going out partying/drinking/onenightstand-ing and still treating all girls like a piece of meat.
I would be interested to find out how much the 19 yr old mentioned in the OP's family know about her 'relationship' with your colleague. For such great age differences, I can't believe this is true beyond the superficial layer called lust (and/or gold digging)? From the age of 32 to 37, I dated a woman 17 years my senior. As long as nobody's breaking the law and everyone's having fun, I don't see a problem here.
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I'm not going to say anything to him or her about it because it's none of my business, but it majorly bothers me (two levels: he's still a professor and she's still a student even if the college doesn't have a dating ban [unless students are in the professor's class] and the fact that she's by some definitions a minor and he's closing in on middle age]).
I'm curious to see what others think: if you had friends in this type of relationship, would you think "She's a BABY! My parents had an 18 year age difference (she was 16 and he was 34 when they married [and he was her high-school teacher]- this was rural Alabama in the early 1950s when that wasn't so scandalous) and the marriage lasted for 30 years. (It wasn't a happy union, it's just that its unhappiness got tenure.) How much of my parents' unhappiness was based in the age difference I don't know, but I can't shake the feeling that when a guy goes after a gal half-his-age, however else he may justify it the lust for firm young flesh is high on the list of REAL motivations (not to say that he can't be intellectually attracted as well). Maybe you would do well to adopt my motto: I don't care WHAT you do, as long as you don't do it to me. at a small Liberal Arts College in New England, I'll say this. On the other hand, this does seem a bit icky to me. Before I started dating men twenty years older than me, I dated men the same age as myself, and one much younger.
- unlikely with this age-gap until they're maybe 55 and 70). It tears families apart - because it has impact and fallout concerning more than just the once-happy couple. Then, it generates perhaps the ugliest of all divorces.
Also the fact that he's from Scotland - for all she knows he could be married and just coming over here for a bit of action every now and then... That's when their age differences really show the most..the younger one esp. I WAG it is the older one's way of foolishly thinking one can escape a mid-life crisis in this fashion..to wake up one day with a total stranger when reality comes a-calling. The only upside of being middle-aged is that you can date women half your age and no one gets to say "boo" about it.