It depends on how old the other person is. If you are 16 and the guy is 20 its wrong until you are 18 and hes 22. but if you are both over 18 it makes no diiference. well unles your 18 and hes like 90 or something that might be a little wrong.
I want to jump in here and say that age does not matter....love, real love, does not see age as a barrier. However, if you are, say 16 and he is 45...ah, I would have to know a whole lot more about both of you before I could justify saying age does not matter.
2 consenting adults are free to do as they wish. My wife and I are a number of generations apart, I was in the Army while she was in diapers. I've had plenty of grief -mainly from my buddies wives, on her side of course was why are you marrying an old guy. So all along we've heard the negative remarks, funny thing is we're still happily married and way above the lifespan of a marriage today
There was this girl in Saskatchewan who went out with a 20 year old guy when she was 12-13. Her parents were so creeped out they got a restraining order. But she felt she was in love, so she snuck away to meet up with him. He decided the only way they would be together was if they killed her parents and little brother. So they did. He went to prison for life, and she's in a mental hospital/juvenile prison until she's 18. So yeah I guess ago difference does matter, as long as you're a kid. But if you're an adult ago doesn't matter unless it's like 23 and 82. But this story still freaked me out so much.
Although there are laws to prevent sexual activity between individuals, nothing can stop them from being with each other. For example, a 19 year old can date somebody that is 16 years old (age of consent) but cannot participate in sexual activity until their partner becomes a little older (around 17-18 years old). From what I've learned during high school, that 19 year old can be charged with rape even if the activity between the partners was consensual. Even though this may be the case, if those people like each other enough, they should be willing to overlook this and not find it to be an issue with their relationship; they should be able to be together without the fear of getting charged and they should be able to be together for a while without the need to do sexual activity. The feeling of being in the presence of each other should be good enough. :)