Chase Fraser October 23, at 2: Well now I'm a grad student—a law school student. Is it sketchy for a grad student to date an undergrad? Like how do grad school guys feel about it? If they like the girl, are they still sort of embarrassed that she's an undergrad, or do they not care?
And is he embarrassed for his friends to meet the girl if she's an undergrad? By grad school, the sketchiness and mockery previously attached to dating a younger girl has finally worn off.
Guys all used to question that guy in college dating a year-old and even rip holes in that college senior dating a mere freshman. Once guys break into grad school, all undergraduates are not only fair game, but highly sought after. As far as the pecking order plays out, undergradies undergraduate girls are at the top of the list. Some GSGs have been going to bars and clubs for years.
No GSG will ever show up at a frat or dorm party without feeling uncomfortable. A room of swarming year-olds all steaming with drunk sexual tension is not going to win his heart. So expect him to prefer bars or clubs to court their ladies, not college parties. Thus, you need to be Immaturity is the only other factor that could immediately get you on the GSG blacklist.
You need to act older. No more baby talk, no more all-nighters at the frats, and no more games or desperate cries for attention. Win him over with your conversation and composure, not your flirty eyes or fake stupidity. Does she have a real life? I just started dating a guy who's in grad school and I don't know what the expectations are for sex and hooking up.
I feel like with college guys, it's perfectly ok to hook up for a while without having sex or even never having sex, but I feel like with older guys it might be more expected that if you hook up, you have sex? Will it seem weird if I don't have sex with him I'm not saying I don't want to, I'm just trying to understand the situation? Or will I seem immature? If you followed my RLCollegeG articles , I have always been a firm believer in reeling in the sex just a bit. GSGs think very differently than college guys though.
Most have had sex. Most have had long relationships. Most have had one-night stands. Most have had threesomes.
With GSGs however, they expect a less aggressive approach to relationships. GSGs think of themselves as adults, real adults. While they may still be in their twenties, proper courting rules now apply. After the first few dinner dates, it is even appropriate to just make out. As you leave the college sexuality battlefield, things revert to their proper norm. Unless they are simply looking for a hook up buddy through their graduate years, GSGs will not want some dirty undergradie all over them.
Like before, show them your maturity and your interest on a deeper level. During a heated law school argument over this, many points were flung around including: I need more dates. But hey, I am not going to stop her that first night. Fill out my online form.