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Theory #121: Age Differentials 12 April 2006

Posted by ALBUS in GUESTS, Relationships.
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The barrier presented by the age differential in a relationship varies inversely with the age of the younger party involved. That is, the older the junior party is, the less important the difference in age matters.

Consider the general reaction to a 21-year-old man dating a 13-year-old girl. But a 30-year-old married to a 22-year-old is less disturbing. And a 48-year-old married to a 40-year-old woman is normal. This theory applies to all races and religions.

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