Obviously, the so-called "zone of non-creepiness" is not a hard-and-fast rule; when you are adults of consenting age, no one's going to punish you for violating this arbitrary guideline.
Still, it's worth noting that at every age level, "men aren't even close to reaching the upper bound of the zone of non-creepiness," "According to the Standard Creepiness Rule, it'd be perfectly fine for a 30-year-old man to date a 45-year-old woman, but apparently 30-year-old men are already struggling with the idea of dating a 37-year-old," he writes.
All the data below, even the most personal stuff, has been gleaned from real user activity on Ok Cupid.
Some of it our users have told us outright by answering match questions; some of it we’ve had to learn from observation. This bubble chart, plotting body type, sex drive, and self-confidence, is dynamic — you can see it change below.
Go through the animation and compare as self-descriptions, so those words aren’t plotted here; (2) men of all body types have roughly the same peak sex drive; (3) and the thing that matters most for guys is simply to not be overweight.
The other four body types are clustered relatively together at most ages.
Divide your age by half and add seven years to get the minimum acceptable age for your romantic partner.
There are also social theories for age differences in relationships as well as suggested reasons for 'alternative' age-hypogamous relationships.
Age disparity in sexual relationships is the difference in ages of individuals in sexual relationships.
Concepts of these relationships, including what defines an age disparity, have developed over time and vary among societies.
In August 2010, Michael Dunn of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff completed and released the results of a study on age disparity in dating.
Dunn concluded that "Not once across all ages and countries ...