He now faces felony and misdemeanor charges for violating the terms of a restraining order. He now faces felony and misdemeanor charges for violating the terms of a restraining order. But men are no longer the only ones drinking from the fountain of youth.
Because many people feel it was inappropriate—some might even say immoral—for Geffen to have taken up with Kuntz in the first place." data-reactid="21"Recent reports have surfaced of an ugly court battle between 71-year-old Hollywood heavyweight David Geffen and his alleged ex-lover, 20-year-old college student Jaime Kuntz; they show just how messy relationships with significant age gaps can get. Because many people feel it was inappropriate—some might even say immoral—for Geffen to have taken up with Kuntz in the first place.“As someone younger than Jamie Kuntz, it has and always will disgust me to think that there are people out there who’ll use their money to get people that are extremely young people to sleep with them,” , “That young guy earned every penny and deserves at least half that billion.” Humphrey Bogart, Woody Allen, Michael Douglas, even Charlie Chaplin all married women decades younger than themselves.
Nineteen-year-old Miley Cyrus and 22-year-old Liam Hemsworth's engagement announcement has prompted people to speculate that they're not old enough to make a lifelong commitment to each other.
There's no "right" age at which to get married, but age is important to take into consideration because it's reflective of one's maturity, education, and financial stability.
Each day brings new feelings—doubts, fears, and confusion coupled with joys and exhilaration—which can be very confusing.According to this maxim, Geffen is indeed out of line: Even at 69, when he first met Kuntz, his partner’s minimum acceptable age, according to the formula, is past 40.There’s no doubt that attraction, chemistry, and even love can strike two seemingly incompatible people.Men and women are now more flexible in their gender roles than their grandparents.Gender roles are changing so much within marriage that marrying young is quite a risk, especially if it cuts into your education."Education should be your first priority."It's important to finish the basic levels of education: either high school, vocational, or a college degree," says Bradford Wilcox, the director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia.