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Despite 13 Year Age Difference, Henry Cavill Seems to Be Getting Serious With 19-Year-Old Girlfriend

Henry Cavill is a superman. The British actor, who played Superman in 2013’s Man of Steel and 2016’s upcoming Batman v Superman, should always be a topic of discussion because of the true superhuman nature of his incredible physique.

That v though. The actor, unfortunately out of the dating pool, has been turning heads since beginning his relationship with 19-year-old student, Tara King. Cavill, who is 32 years old, has gone on three vacations with King, with whom he was first spotted in October of 2015. After a trip to New Zealand and back home to Jersey where Cavill introduced his girlfriend to his family, the relationship isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. As per the Daily Mail:

‘A lot of people wondered if the relationship would last, but this shows it’s serious, despite the age difference,’ a friend of the actor tells me. The New Zealand adventure came two weeks after Tara joined Henry in Jersey, where he was born. Two months before that, Henry took Tara to China.

Oh to be young, beautiful and have dispensable funds to share with a tolerable person. Despite the 13 year age gap, good for them for enjoying themselves. Doesn’t affect my life in anyway unless of course this means he wouldn’t mind our age gap.

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*facepalms* Are any of you people who crack it about age gaps even vaguely familiar with biology? Patriarchy isn’t responsible for deciding at what age a woman’s ability to have children starts to decline. Henry is 32, the average age of when a woman has children is 28. This means if he dates someone his age and doesn’t want to have kids right now, he has to meet a woman who feels the same despite the fact she’s running out of time to have them (that’s not an easy thing to do) – his other option is date someone younger.… Read more »

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SCIENCE!!!

A recent study looked into old fathers and found kids had a 60% increase in mental problems. A 25-year-old father may pass on an average of 25 mutations to his child, a 40-year-old dad may bequeath each offspring as many as 65; the researchers calculated that the de novo mutation rate doubled with every 16.5 years of the father’s age. In contrast, regardless of her age, a mother tends to pass on about 15 mutations via her eggs.

That being said you sound like a catch AussieD

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source or gtfo

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The research is online – just google the following doctors

Professor Andrew Wilkie, a clinical geneticist at the University of Oxford
Dr Kari Stefansson, of Decode Genetics
Dr Allan Pacey, an expert in fertility at the University of Sheffield

#DroppingTheMic on your gtfo

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So what you’re saying is… you feel that this proves that a female in their 30’s does NOT have more reason/pressure than a male of the same age to have children? You believe that infinitesimal chances of birth abnormality that slowly increase with age, is more or as much pressure to procreate, as not being able to produce eggs anymore and therefore not being able to have kids at all… I somehow feel the average woman would disagree with you. What I’ve said is a male in their 30’s who doesn’t want to settle down has more options and less… Read more »

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Science is telling us. There’s an increase of mental health issues and intelligence in kids who’s dads are older due to an increase in mutations in sperm as a man ages.

If we want to make better people women need to stop breed with old guys

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This reply in no way shape or form addresses what I actually said…

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Who cares what you or your weak sperm said. Just stop breading

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Actually you did bring it up “vaguely familiar with biology?”.

Now you have been schooled in science.

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*facepalms* For the love of… I was talking about why his actions are those of someone not trying to have kids, you’re talking about why people shouldn’t have kids at a certain age – this is not a counter argument, and as everyone has an increased chance of fetal abnormality with increasing age, regardless of gender, the only thing you’ve essentially said is that people over thirty shouldn’t procreate. Grats, not only are you off topic, you’re ageist.

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