Why do you care what's "normal"? There's no right or wrong in this sort of situation. It's not wrong to consider it, either, but talking about it in this particular way reinforces a lot of gross sexist norms so I suggest not bringing it up like this around other people or around this woman. The only times it got twitchy was when we'd go out to bars, and the guy would get carded, and the doorman's face would contort in confusion, trying to decide which would be less awkward: Older women are awesome because we're well established, are independent, have careers, cool interests and do fun stuff. This shows the origin of this question. Then of course there's the unnecessary stereotype that her being over 30 for five minutes means she is now turning at least some of her attention to baby-planning.
Except when he makes fun of 80s music.
Undressed: What’s the Deal With the Age Gap in Relationships?
But because men are usually the conversation starters, the older-man-younger-woman paradigm prevails. We had more important things to worry about, like the alarming decay rate of our attractiveness. If I was in a relationship with her then I'd most certainly be happy with what she was posted by curious-mind at 2: There is nothing wrong with you. As a year old, I dated a year old.