I am a 26 year old man and I've been with my 32 year old girlfriend for 3 great years. She is incredibly beautiful, loving, sexual, my family loves her, and we are in the same place in life (we agree…Continue
"I married the first time at 27 to a woman who was six years older and it was a disaster. Would like to say the age difference had nothing to do with it, but it did; she was a little further along in her career, past taking risks like I still wanted…"
"I am 30 and my wife is 35. Honestly, with all the reasons you just gave (beautiful, loving, same place in life), would you really choose to throw those things away because of a small age difference? If so, I would tend to think you should also…"
I thought about it too, in my case, but people that I trusted said it was a non-issue, just like we did here. Age difference can be an issue, so I don't think it's silly to consider it. And…"
"Hello again!I just wanted to give a short update. I proposed to her last Saturday and she said yes! I no longer feel anxious about anything and I feel silly for worrying about something so foolish. I realized I was just getting cold feet and my…"
"While adoption is a wonderful option, don't discount the possibility of having biological children. My brother and I were both born after our parents were well into their thirties, without complications. Truth be told, I credit my…"
"If you love her then yes, marry her. I married a woman 20 years older than me and we've been together for over 13 years! I think that what you're feeling is natural, everybody feels nervous before they take the plunge. "
"I probably would. I certainly would've thought it through before dating her for three years, though. If you can't bring yourself to marry her, you're wasting her time. That's not fair to her.
If you want…"
"and I'd be a fool to not marry her due to a slight age gap.
Yes, I think so. :) But marriage is a big deal and it's good that you took the time to think it and talk it out. Good luck this weekend...let us know if she says yes!"
"That's not an inappropriate interpretation. Your OP seems to smile on a time when gays faced physical violence as opposed to now, when you assert (erroneously) that there are laws against "stating your opinion on it.""
"There are no laws against "stating your opinion on" homosexuality. In fact, the SCOTUS just ruled that hateful speech is still protected by the 1st Amendment.
Cui bono? Everyone benefits from a more equal and equitable society that…"
"I don't know any laws about "stating your opinion" - unless your opinion can only be stated in a way that is considered hate speech, and even then it gets murky. By comparison - there were very many laws about homosexuality and…"
"Unlikely - given the nature and type of the hacks (ransomware), but I certainly don't know that for sure. This seems more a technical glitch, since the rest of the site works, and would be sent from the same servers. "