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Is being in a relationship with a large age gap a bad idea?🤔 Is it a total no-go or can it actually work out? What do y’all think? Drop your thoughts below! Let’s keep it respectful and insightful. 💬

Jul 16
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  • No, age is just a number
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  • Yes, it can be tricky
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  • It depends on the couple
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Stalldad:
I was in a relationship with an 18 year gap and it failed after about 8-9 years I can’t remember exactly which. We probably would’ve made it with proper therapy. I started deploying to Afghanistan a lot and that put a strain on things. We didn’t last long after I got back.
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User contribution:✉️ “Just curious—Is it normal to live a separate life from your partner? ” What’s your opinion? Leave your comments and vote below!

Jul 09
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  • Yes, if it’s a healthy balance
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  • No, it could weaken the bond
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  • Depends on the Couple
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  • I’m not sure
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Shelly:
Sharing is not caring in the long run. .. it is difficult enough to maintain a balanced commited loyal relationship in our world today With out adding another person to it . 3 is a odd number 2 is a even number . Odd ? Or EVEN ? WORDS SPEAK LOUDLY IF YOU ARE LISTENING. TO MANY CHIEFS
vosalfo:
Hmmm, if that's the case, why even get in a relationship or get married??? Stat single and sleep with as many people as you want
Aaron:
While it’s important to always cherish and engage with your significant other, it’s also not good to be dependent on that person to function. It’s important to remember to retain your individuality when in a relationship. That’s what makes us who we are. Everything needs to be balanced
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💬 When you’re on a first date and they seem eager for physical contact, do you consider it harassment? How do you feel about it? Leave your comment and vote below!

Jul 02
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  • Yes, it's definitely harassment
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  • It depends on the context and behavior
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  • No, it's just being friendly
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Brianne:
I recognize some people like physical touch right away; however, I am not one of them. I think it is important for me to be upfront and clear about my boundaries before I label someone's behavior as harassing. Now, if he violates my boundaries once he is aware of them then I'd have an issue.
jackie :
It makes me feel like he is attracted to me and he finds me sexy i will kiss on first date but nothing further
Senna:
If someone I barely know is eager to touch me in any capacity, that's a huge red flag. How dehumanizing to pressure contact on a First date.
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User contribution📬: If your partner often asks you to tell them where you’re going and how long you’ll be there because they’re worried, would you feel this is controlling or caring?🙋‍♀️Let’s vote!🙋‍♂️🗳️

Jun 25
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  • Caring
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  • It depends on the context
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  • Controlling
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  • Other(Comment below)
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Khalani:
It depends how your partner asks you. And how often . You should be able to tell if their words are coming from a place of jealousy and insecurity. Or a place of caring for you and worrying about your wellbeing, which are traits of love. It's funny because the ones that ask are usually doing wrong 👍
Trevor:
If you’ve been cheated on, abandoned due to an affair…umm, it’s all in the context, but I don’t want to live my life checking up on my guy or feeling stalked because of it either.
inmaculada :
lrene❤️❤️
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