Tired of dating someone who thinks fine dining means no more than getting a cloth napkin instead of a paper one and whose efforts to impress your parents culminate in wearing a clean shirt while speaking in full sentences?
Maybe you should start looking to date an older man, because…
They tend to have more of it than the guys your own age. As annoying as it can be to have some man hold the door open for you every time you enter a building, it’s a gesture of feminine appreciation that has more or less evaporated amongst the younger generation due to progressive ideologies (which, don’t get me wrong, are a good thing overall).
It’s unlikely that your older man will share his home with a couple of unruly slobs he calls his best friends.
The much touted idea that women peak sexually in their 30s and men in their teens does not enter into it -- most of these couples are beyond both those age periods.
But what about the notion that men are "hard-wired" to seek a smooth-faced, curvy receptacle for reproduction and thus are drawn to younger women?
I think it felt good for him that an 18-year-old was choosing to spend time with him.
The women like the flexibility and sense of adventure of their more spontaneous, younger companions, Tina B.
Woman B: Twenty-seven and he recently turned 42 (we're still together). We discovered we had a lot of interests in common and became good friends. Most of the men I dated more casually at the time were in their 30s. It also made me feel special — this man seemed so much more worldly than the men my age, and the fact that he was interested in me seemed too good to be true. Woman D: Originally I think I was flattered that somebody who had experienced so much of life was interested in me.
Woman B: I rented a flat in the backyard of his then-girlfriend. But I knew he was probably 10 years older than me and that was a little bit of the attraction, because I thought that he would be older and more settled with none of the bullshit that you have in your 20s.
Unlike guys in their 20s, men in their 30s and above have an established sense of who they are in this world and what they’re doing with their lives.
This makes them much more relaxed and less eager to impress (which is never an impressive quality) than their younger counterparts.