Most Helpful Guy
Non-factor, that's practically the same age. Age gaps don't really get awkward as an adult unless it's like ten years or more. But honestly, I think people are too bound to age restrictions. I'm 36, and if I were single I could date someone as young as their early 20s or as old as their mid-40s and get along with them just fine. Long term intentions have to be considered, especially if you intend to start a family, and you need to be in similar places in life. It's really about the individual and not the age. At 36, I'm still down to party and do all the shit kids in their 20s do, I feel right at home in that atmosphere. Meanwhile, someone else my age, or moreover, someone even in their 20s might not be about that scene and just wants to stay home and watch Netflix on Saturday night. I'm sad for people I see on here who are like "well, I like this person, but I'm 24 and they're 29!" Oh my god! How will you ever relate with one another? My girlfriend is from New York Coty, and she said back home, when she was like 22, half the girls her age were dating guys 15-20 years older than them. How that works out in practice would depend on the two people, of course, and obviously it's not crazy to date people your own age. But we're all adults, we're not kids anymore, so I think these two-year age windows don't apply as well in adult life as they do when you're a teenager. Not saying you have to date significantly older or younger people, but I'd never just rule someone out based on age gap alone, maybe I just would have a base age limit so I'm not some creepy old dude with a chick who just graduated high school😆
Most Helpful Girl
It depends on what you're looking for. If you want something non-committal, casual, and fun then go for it. Guys date younger all the time, so should women.
However, if at this stage in your life, you're ready to shift gears into something more long term, serious, leading towards marriage type of thing, this thing has disaster written all over it. Although you guys are only 2 years apart, you're both in completely different stages of life.