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(I’ve never actually got off a bus* to follow a man. *Always cabs) The study says 52% of respondents believe that men lose their allure as they reach 40 — and 39 men are viewed as father figures rather than sex symbols (because no-one has ever wanted to f--- a father, right…? You and your active sperm) and the most obvious sign of this change (manopause? ) is that women no longer eye-up these sad old gits in bars. (Then again, just because a guy wants to date a younger girl, doesn’t necessarily mean she wants to date him!) As a woman over 30, I decided to try to get to the bottom of this conundrum by asking a series of straight, unmarried men in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s to find out why some actually prefer to date “older” women.Q: I’m 63 years old and have been divorced for 19 years.
But think about it: Would you like to be with a woman who is 90? There are wonderful women available at those ages, accomplished, funny, smart, etc.What’s the chance she will love you as you get not only older, but have to face the physical changes that come with age?Do you see her as your full-time caregiver, should you ever need her to be?Reach back two decades and you are more likely to find a man who can’t fathom swiping through a series of pictures to find a mate for the night.My friend Gabrielle met her boyfriend at a restaurant opening. just clearly don’t care.” The stereotypes, she says, are true: Older men are attentive, they aren’t threatened by your career success, they didn’t grow up watching porn on their laptops, and they certainly don’t expect sex from you before you’ve even had a chance to meet.
No matter which way you spin it, landing yourself in a committed relationship seems to be, by millennial standards, “the wrong idea.” I want to believe that selected only their most salacious interviewees to quote, but I know that’s not true.