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If you have a strong connection, get along and have similiar interests I don't see the problem whether your a day apart or 19 years apart. There's someone that does part time work with my grandfather whos like 22 years older then his wife, and whenever they go out to dinner their always mistaken for a father/daughter. There are lots of threads about age gap relationships and some really biased opinions expressed.
I have several friends who are in functional and long lasting relationships with people of significantly different ages, so I thought I would ask the following: 1.
If you meet someone who does not "look their age" to the point where you guess that they are ten years younger than quoted, and they are actually significantly older than you, would you explore a relationship (all other factors being positive-- attraction, personality, etc.) 2. Say you are a straight man and this is a straight woman? What is the upper end of your age limit for dating/relationships compared to your own age? Would age be a dealbreaker if you initially assumed your partner was younger than they were, and had this information corrected? What is your perception of couples who look like there is an age gap?
A new app, Scissr, is gaining buzz as "the new Tinder for lesbians," but is still in its infancy. K.-based DATTCH, which launched in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco to much fanfare this year — and that's likely because it was created with this specific concern of lesbians in mind.
DAATCH founder and CEO Robyn Exton told Mic that the idea started two years ago when she realized that platforms for gay and bisexual women were limited to "a gay guy product that had been re-skinned pink and given to women, or a straight product where I could say I was interested in women.""But across both platforms I was constantly messaged by men asking for a threesome or trying to convert me," she said, "and those were the best things I could recommend to her.