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The Biggest Pitfall of Dating Younger Girls

Bet this is a post title you never thought you’d see here…

First off, let’s take it with a grain of salt.

I’m only 24 years old. “Younger” for me is, well, something kind of ridiculous to say. So for simplicity’s sake, we’re talking younger in an emotional sense. By this point, many people think I’m way older than I actually am, and sometimes I wonder if I’m actually 50 years old. So really, when I say younger girls I mean purely from an emotional sense and the way they look at life.

Some girls are very wide-eyed to the world. They project a kind of naiveness, vulnerability, and curiosity to the world – because they haven’t been exposed to very much. I’ve found that here in Ukraine, this is going to be even more common than in the West, simply because of the nuclear family philosophy. These girls live with their parents until an older age, are generally more sheltered, and therefore haven’t seen much of the world, or much of how other cultures act. In general, their “life experience” is low. We’ll get to the downsides of that situation in a minute, but let’s also look at the plus side.

They’re less likely to be slutty and have a high notch count (or even a high amount of experience with sex, in general). They’re less likely to be poisoned by the negative aspects of Western society. They’re more likely to want to have a family and children. They’re more likely to have domestic skills.

You take the good with the bad.

And also, I don’t have a ton of experience with dating younger girls. For the most part, I’ve dated girls my age (or even slightly older) when it comes to the more serious relationships I’ve been in since I went down my “game path” about three years ago.


It’s not so much of a problem as it is just a bit of inconvenience. When a girl you’re dating simply doesn’t have much life experience, you have to teach. Potentially, you have to teach a lot. About what you, as a man, expect out of a relationship. What her role is. Expectations for how much time to spend together. How to please you. How to be better in bed.

The list just doesn’t seem to end, now that I keep looking at it – I could have written quite a bit more, but I’ve made my point.

And really, this is not a bad thing, I really don’t mind it. It’s absolutely worth it to train a quality girl in what you like and what you expect, because then you get to mold things to how you like, instead of her having a preconceived notion of how things should and shouldn’t be. And in the West, that preconceived notion is usually not a good thing.

But it is a little bit tiring at certain points.

Which is why I’m writing this.


I just have to keep reminding myself to have some patience.

But I can see it in her eyes.

The eyes never lie.

So whilst sometimes my patience might wear thin and a part of me desired the ready-made sluts of other places, I keep reminding myself.

The juice is worth the squeeze.hhimac



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  • Simon

    I just see it as another plus point, rather than an inconvenience. You get to mould her according to your own worldview, and she will gladly follow.

    • Oh I agree. It’s definitely a plus over a minus – this specific post is more going into just the “need to have patience” aspect, which I’m sure you can definitely relate to 😉

      Perhaps i will become more patient with age?

      • Simon

        Undoubtedly, you’re only a youngster still! 🙂

        The focus shifts greatly to quality over quantity as you get older (or it ought to at any rate), and if/when you find a really good one, you’re more than happy to put the work into shaping her.

      • It’s already started for me! Ah I’m getting old…next is grey hair.

  • Ash

    When I was 16-23, I used to love dating younger guys for similar reasons. I didn’t mind being the teacher. I loved being with guys that hadn’t been corrupt by the way society pushes young men to be. The pitfalls of that, for me, were dealing with them when they got to college. I have an ex who was ruined by college. He used to be a sweet guy who was going places. But I dodged a bullet with that one. Do you think that young women are ruined by college as well?

    • Young women are destroyed by college, absolutely.

      It’s not even just in a sense that they’re told to slut around and experiment (which ruins their relationships), but from an academic and intelligence sense, too.

      As harsh as it may be, it’s been proven time and time again that men excel in sciences and math. Yet women are told they are just as good (if not better), and then pushed into these difficult majors where they struggle. All while being told they are supposed to do better.

      The reality is that most of them just end up in a crappy, worthless degree that they then don’t use at all.

      100k, 5 years, and a couple dozen cocks later and they’re ruined.

    • horace template

      Agree with Kyle – women are destroyed by college, mentally and physically.

      Physically, it’s being a cum bucket (assuming she’s thinnish, but then, guys will bang anything.)

      Mentally, yeesh, it’s all sorts of amazonian femdom. It’s a culture of hate. Here are some examples:

      Not to mention the waste of “Women’s studies” and the discriminatory educational welfare to promote women in all sorts of disciplines (like STEM). Then these women graduate to a world of entitlement (ahem, QUOTAS!), like board diversity, diversity hiring, or mat leave covers in law (for example: see here –

      Like someone said, socialism (and feminism) will enjoy a good run until it runs out of other people’s money.

      Speaking of gender studies, guys would do well to do their own ‘gender studies’ online via:

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