Are the public generally ageist?

  1. greencha profile image71
    greenchaposted 5 years ago

    Are the public generally ageist?

    What would be the biggest age difference
    you would not go beyond in dating-ie-maximum number of  years older than you?

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    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    To me age is just a number. Of course, There is a limit to how young someone should be. I would say because of maturity, the youngest woman I would date would be around 30. The oldest, that really depends on many factors. You cannot tell your heart who to fall in love with.

  3. Say Yes To Life profile image81
    Say Yes To Lifeposted 4 years ago

    Ever since I was in my 20s, I've noticed "old geezers" have the most fun, with contra dancing, ski clubs, etc.  It seemed like all the younger people wanted to do was get drunk.  Now that I'm in my 50s, I've pretty much caught up with them in age - but now I hear a lot of whining about aches and pains, and it drives me crazy.  I think as far as this particular thing is concerned, people inflict ageism on themselves.

    I don't know who I would prefer to date - a whiner or a drunkard.  Actually, I prefer neither.