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No One Can Agree On These 13 Controversial Dating Questions — Let’s See Where You Stand

13 Extremely Controversial Dating Questions That Nobody Can Agree On

Cheaters, age gaps, student/teacher relationships, and more.

1. After doing some genealogical research, you find out that the person you’ve been dating is technically your third cousin. Can you keep dating?

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2. You develop a huge crush on your new roommate. It seems like the attraction might be mutual, but you aren’t sure. Should you ask the roommate out?

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3. Your ex cheated on you and broke your heart. Years later, they come to you with a sincere apology and a promise that they’ve changed. In all the time that’s passed, neither of you fully got over each other. Should you give it a second chance?

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4. Mike’s mom just married Sarah’s dad. Mike and Sarah, both grown adults, instantly hit it off at the wedding. They’re technically step-siblings now, but they didn’t grow up together. Can they date?

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5. Let’s talk about age differences. Is it weird for a 30-year-old to go on a date with a 20-year-old?

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6. Okay, same 10-year age difference, but now both people are older: Is it weird for a 40-year-old to go out with a 30-year-old?

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7. You have three incredible dates with a person and then they totally ghost you. A few months later, they reappear and apologize. They ask if you want to give it another shot. What do you say?

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8. Is it ever okay for a boss to ask their employee out on a date?

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9. What about coworkers who are peers? Is it okay to ask out someone you work with, assuming neither person is the other’s boss?

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No, that’s still not okay. The workplace should be off-limits for dating.

10. A high school teacher reconnects with a former student a year after graduation. The student is 19 now, and the teacher is 25. Can they date?
  1. Yes. They’re no longer in a student/teacher dynamic, and they’re both consenting adults. No harm in dating.
  2. No. A teacher should not date former students, especially when only a year has passed.

11. Okay, same scenario, but fast forward a decade: A teacher reconnects with their student 10 years after graduation. The former student is now 28, and the teacher is 34. Can they date?

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12. Many years ago, your friend dated Taylor. It ended amicably, and your friend is happily married to someone else. You and Taylor bump into each other at a bar. There are sparks. Can you date?

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And finally…

13. You and your best friend have been inseparable since childhood. It’s the most important friendship in your life. But lately, you’ve been wondering if there might be a deeper connection between the two of you. Should you pursue it?

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A version of this article originally appeared here on buzzfeed.com

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