I seem to be the minority, but I don't see the big deal in going on a date. It is just two people hanging out seeing how they get along. Dating doesn't mean you are committed to each other, or even having sex. A date can just be meeting for coffee. I am open to the idea of going on a date with a much younger woman even though I don't suspect it would work out.
No offense, but I can't imagine a young lady of that age would have anything interesting to say to a man of my age. However if the law allowed it I think we could still have a good time. At worst we don't get along and don't speak after the date. Most likely we just have a good time, but decide not to take it any further as we learn we aren't right for each other.
I think dating a large number of diverse people is important to finding out what kind of person we are best suited to. With every person we date, we learn more about what we like, and don't like in a partner. Therefore I am willing to on a date with women that I feel I don't have anything in common with at least once. That said I would have to stick to whatever the law was in my area.
18 but I'm only 20 If I were say, 25 I'd go for 23 maybe 22 Anything higher than my age is ok but I'd like someone closer to my age whether older or not because we'd have my to relate to. Technology is advancing faster than ever. When I'm 25 I don't think 18 year olds male or female will even know what a Nintendo 64 is. Or even an Xbox One!! I'll be like "in my day we used to get ourselve off in real life" "Now you kids can hop into this virtual reality Mumbai jumbo and fuck big breasted, booby physics defying anime babes" "where's the fun in that?" that's actually happening now by the way lol
i live on the outskirts of atlanta, and age of consent is 16 here... and yeah, i will admit it. if i met some cute, funny 16 year old who wanted to date, i would. i would have to be super careful that i didn't end up hurting her, but beside that... yeah!