Funny, I just hooked up with a 20 year old two weeks ago and I'm 34. We didn't know each other's age until after we had our fun in bed. She didn't care about my age, I didn't care about hers. So WHO CARES.
However I will say this. This was just a short term thing. Her and I are worlds apart in opinions, experiences, thought patterns, etc. We ran out of things to talk about real quick. It really comes down to the fact i have more life experience than she does. She is making some carefree, silly mistakes in her life (the hookup was NOT one of them... lol) and I want to help her. However I felt like lecturing her would make me sound old.
Short term relationship it's fine, but not for long term relationship... Anything more than 10 years differential for me is big and personally, I would only date someone who's +/- 5 Years differential. Having said that, you are an adult and you can date whomever you like. Who's to say that he's not the right guy for you if you think he is yeah?
In short you have to be your own judge. Listen to you and evaluate for you if it's worth it or not. Any other opinions here (mostly biased), i'm very sure, are simply that and only their own opinions not necessarily what's good for you. You will have to be your own judge.
I don't think age is an issue, what really matters is the relationship and communication the two of you have. If you are ok with the age and he is too, why care about other people's opinion. Remember you only live once and you were born to be happy. If he makes you happy, go for it! Good luck!
Its not that 13 years of difference is that big, its that you are 20, and the difference is more than half your age. Like a 40 yr old woman with a 65 year old man. That said, 13 years is still a big age difference and is bound to affect your compatibility with him.
Well I would assume you're at very different points in your life, but I won't hate as my boyfriend is 12 years older than me and we definitely are, but we're very much on the same boat as well. I think if you like him, and you know what you want then go for it.
33 in society would be considered too old, but if you both truly do love each other than F what others think and have at it! There are plenty if couples out there that have a 10 year or larger age difference so don't be discouraged!