Some of them were even as young as 20 or 22, while he was in his mid-to-late 30s.
I guess I am concerned that someday he will want to go back to that.
I’m a politically involved liberal, and he’s not, so I know he doesn’t think a lot about these topics and can be thrown off.
Not because he “might want to go back” to dating extremely young women, but because it’s an indicator of how he Q. As much as it’s certainly a possible red flag, I remember having a truly horrible argument with my now-husband, when we were first dating, in which he argued that rape culture wasn’t a real thing—after all, he’d never heard of it!I don’t want any throwback pics or “hey, remember how you used to...” discussion. I was not tormented and had no particularly traumatic incidents. Anyway, I’ve never told anyone this because I realize it’s nuts.If things come up, I just laugh along and change the subject as swiftly as possible.I am not sure where this fear comes from, and I am not even sure what I want to communicate—“Hey, our relationship is great, but I have a fear, based on nothing, that you might want to go back to dating college-aged women.” I am being ridiculous. A: This fear is not based on nothing, and it’s not ridiculous.It’s based on a series of choices your boyfriend has made.But recently a family member has started posting clips from old family videos on Facebook.