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Where can I go to meet girls appropriate for my age?

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Question - (29 December 2014) 3 Answers - (Newest, 31 December 2014)
A male United States age 22-25, anonymous writes:

Can't login because my email "isn't in the right format". But whatever... I've been feeling a bit isolated since I left my high school during my sophomore year to go to school online. Long story short (well, not really short), it's gotten kind of bad. I don't really have any female friends, and the male friends I do have don't really talk to girls for the most part. My primary friends are still in high school and I just started my freshman year of college (still online I should add). I don't have many friends my age at all. I'm 18 by the way. My question is, since I don't have good opportunities to network and I'm in a bit of a gray area because of my age, where can I meet women and friends my age outside of school? When I say gray area, I mean that I'm too old to mess with a high school girls and I'm to young to be walking up to a 20 something. So with that said, I'm ready for answers... And I need some help with this. What can I do? Where can I go? Thanks everyone!

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A female reader, celia_a United States +, writes (31 December 2014):

celia_a agony auntPerhaps it's time to ditch online schooling? You could meet plenty of women if you were physically attending school.

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A male reader, BrownWolf Canada +, writes (29 December 2014):

BrownWolf agony auntWhen you are ready to treat a women they way you want to be treated, ready to love ONLY one, and understand that what you see in porn is not what being in a relationship is all about...then you will be ready.

When it comes to women, take advise from men that are older than you. Your 18 year old buddies have nothing to offer you, and know enough about women as you do. Want even better advise??? Talk to women, ask them what they look for in a man, how they would like to be treated, and what makes them tick (turn on and off's).

As for talking to women..."Hi, how are you? My name is..." That usually works. Before I started dating, I asked every known question I could, or that was safe to ask. Consider dating like going for a job. You need to know what the job requires, and are you qualified for that job. The more you know, the more you can prepare for what is to come.

Relationships are not based on how much hormones you have.

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A female reader, Sincerely Yours United States +, writes (29 December 2014):

Sincerely Yours agony auntI think you're being a little restricting. Unfortunately we don't come with age labels. Some girls in high school will be 18, some girls in college will be 18-20. I think it's ok for you to date a 20 year old! A lot of those 17 year olds will be 18 in a couple months and graduating in may! do you live near a college town where you could visit a star bucks or dog park? Have you looked for volunteer opportunities in your community that attract your age group? Do you have a church group or neighborhood club house? Your male friends don't have to talk to girls in order to be of assistance. Where do they go to hang out and can you join them? Can you attend a football game at a college or high school and weed out the seniors?

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