I’m 19 and he’s 69. Is it wrong? Our families don’t accept our relationship?
I’m 19 and it’s now 6 months that I have a relationship with my grandad’s best friend. He’s 69. We have a 50 year age gap but we don’t care at all. We are happy. Im not a gold digger and not even someone with daddy’s issues. It just happened that I fell in love with him because he’s so smart and he treats me like a lady. I don’t like people of my same age because they treat girls like meat. Also in the sex department I love to have sex with him because old man are so experienced. You don’t feel uncomfortable or judged for your body because they are gentlemen and all they want is to pleasure you. We decided to tell our families. My parents don’t understand us and want me to break up. My grandad stopped to be his best friend and refuse to see him. My boyfriend kids that are both 30 feel ashamed that his girlfriend is younger than them. What should we do? I don’t want to break up for judgements but also not live like this? What would you do?
- Anonymous1 year ago
I could have told you not to tell your families, but it’s too late now.
The world’s prejudices are not going to go away.
This means you must qualify the normal social aspect of a relationship. The bedroom, or his private home, is a good place to focus. And then, socially, you can go and do what you want. Owing to the age difference, people in the streets or at the movies won’t think twice about it, because it won’t occur to them that you are lovers.
The only people you have to keep it from is your family. There’s nothing you can do about it now, but tell them “It’s personal” and “It’s none of your business.”
I understand because I am old and have had young lovers.