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Of course, this man could be a perennial man-child, I don't know. Also, a lot of women who are 25 to 35 have more emotional baggage because they've been hurt by men, had bad relationships, etc and are jaded about men.In that case, he won't want anything serious, and as long as she shares those expectations, they'll get on just fine. It doesn't make a man less mature or a 'man child' just because he prefers younger girls. Or they realise the biological click is ticking and want to meet a man they can have kids with, settle down with and marry, etc.Every guy is different, and every guy should be judged on who he is and whether him and the girl have chemistry with each other. He could be an absolute angel who wants to treat her like gold.You shouldn't just automatically think 'Oh he's 27, she's 18, that means he's using her'. However, I (and any other rational adult) will wonder why any man 25 would want to date a teenager.
The average 18 year old is fresh from high school, sometimes barely into university, usually without much experience of responsibilities or relationships.
There are plenty of younger guys who just '**** you and chuck you'.
Every guy is different, and every guy should be judged on who he is and whether him and the girl have chemistry with each other.
Men are biologically attracted to younger girls, girls are biologically attracted to older guys. It doesn't make a man any more mature just because he dates women his own age. I find younger girls have less baggage and are more fun and optimistic to be around, as well as better looking.
But you get a lot of people who make up all these silly theories like 'men who date younger girls haven't grown up' or 'men who like younger girls are emotionally stunted', blah blah blah. Being attracted to younger girls doesn't mean you're immature...just means you prefer younger girls. I'd rather date a hot, young, 18 year old girl than some 25 to 35 year old woman who is reaching the end of her prime, but to each their own.