Great response. Unless you're planning to go overseas where women don't see much of a problem with a man's age, it is best to start getting serious about courtship and eventual marriage when you're young, ie you're early 20s. Men will say that "you are not ready" at this age range to marry, but when is a man ever "ready"? When he's older, and women in the west stop being interested in him because of his age? Also, Men in the manosphere would say this in order to rationalize their years of fornication. Had nothing to do with preparing for marriage.
Even if you look 5-10 years younger than your actual age, once a woman finds out your real age, she will be turned off. That's the unfortunate reality here in the west and specifically here in the U.S. She may be interested in you in terms of fornication so that she may tell all her friends she had sex with someone 10+ years older than her, but that's as far as most men will be able to go with a young woman of today's western culture. I too, look younger for my age, but I have already experienced first hand that when telling women my real age (my early 30s to their early 20s), they change. Of course this is only on worldly women as i've yet to go up to a Traditional Catholic woman, and perhaps the girls in church are different, but I doubt it. I wonder how a father would react in the future if I went up to him and asked if I could court his 20ish year old daughter. Time will tell and I will come back with an answer if and when this happens in the future.
Its kinda screwed up that our culture is this way. Such a thing isn't morally wrong. Of course it shouldn't be too much either.