and it does speak volumes about the older person when the younger one is under the legal age, I agree, but folks… people change and make different decisions with their lives. mgg is a little notorious for dating women in their early twenties, but jesus, who cares? & he was convinced that they were going to get married someday.
as far as it looks, all of his relationships thus far (again, excluding the Muhl one, which is weird and has little to no merit backing it) have been between two consenting adults who were of the legal age to make those decisions. that’s not the type of relationship that a creepy older dude has with a younger girl.
but also, the women he’s dated have NOT seemed their age. they are all women who seem almost impossibly mature for their age, women who are beautiful and strong and intelligent.
my assumption (which is just that, an assumption) about those relationships is that gube sees the youth he has managed to hold onto in these younger women, but also a sense of wisdom and sincerity.
Side note: his parents also nag him because he don't got no job. If you were in NY or partook in NY Film Week (or whatever it is), you may've had the misfortune of watching this.
He is also quite famous for his appearances in films like 500 Days of Summer, Life After Beth, and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.
a lot of people date others who are significantly younger than them. and I know he gets a bad rep purely because of the Kemp Muhl thing, which I agree, is kind of icky.
I’ve always been attracted to/been in relationships with older men.
But Matthew Gray Gubler posted an innocent photo of HIS Independence Day celebrations on his Twitter, and suddenly fansites were aflame as conspiracy theorists claimed that Gubler was at Swifty’s mansion, celebrating with her. think of it this way: he’s the Tom Hiddleston of American television.
He has a very dedicated fan-base of obsessed women and girls who think he’s God’s gift, who think that he’s perfect and beautiful and that he farts rainbows.