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There’s no question that thinking about cougar-cub pairings like Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher —or Jane Seymour chasing Owen Wilson in Wedding Crashers —raises a lot of, well, questions. Why do women , who typically gravitate toward older men, decide they want to date significantly younger men? Why do men, given the science of dating hot younger chicks , decide to chase an older one? And once you’ve taken the plunge, how do you make it work ? Having a relationship with a woman your own age is hard enough. While having flings with hot older women can be a blast, research shows that making it last is a whole other matter.

An AARP magazine survey showed 34 percent of women over 40 date younger men. Cougaring is no passing fancy; it’s a phenomenon that’s here to stay. Many older women reported liking younger men for obvious reasons: more energy, more enthusiasm, and best of all less baggage. Whereas a man in his 40s has probably been married (and possibly divorced) at least once, men in their 20s and 30s have a fresher, less jaded perspective on life. But what the hell do younger men want with older women, then?

Well, frankly, cougars tend to have the same mindset as young men. Women in their 40s and 50s are often over the marriage and kids thing. They don’t want someone to provide for their needs—they can do that themselves. Rather than having to navigate a Byzantine maze of emotional needs, with a cougar you can get right down to hanging out, having fun together and, of course, screwing. Your very own Mrs. Robinson might not want you for anything serious, but who cares? As a man, you’re getting what you want—namely, no strings attached sex .

The good: when you’re dating an older woman, she knows what she wants and generally isn’t shy about going after it. While not in the shape she was 10 years ago, no matter how good the personal trainer, she does know her way around the boudoir more than most chicks your age. Further, she likely has a successful career and steady income. A cougar will almost never look to you for support, financial or otherwise.

The bad: The biggest downside to dating an older woman (other than gravity and time) is the aforementioned baggage. While you’re still young and fresh, she’s been around the block. If it isn’t showing physically, it’s can still show emotionally. Particularly after a divorce or two, some cougars can be bitter, jaded and not a lot of fun at all.

Making a cougar relationship work can be hard. Dr. Adam Scheck, an LA-based clinical psychologist and couples counselor, believes that cougar relationships occurring organically have a better chance than ones where a hunting cougar has snared prey, or vice versa. Indeed, whether a cougar is involved or not, relationships built on trophy hunting rarely work out in the long run.

When you’re looking for success with an older woman, you need maturity, sensitivity and charm. While certain problems are specific to a cougar-cub relationship, like different health cycles and potentially awkward social situations, most relationship issues encountered in older woman, younger man relationships are the same as in any other. Find more insights in the stories below. You kids have fun.

A common rule of thumb when it comes to dating is that it’s OK to be interested in someone who is half your age, plus seven years. However, the rise of the "older woman-younger man" relationship has loosened this relationship convention and instead celebrates the age-gap romance. According to a survey by dating website EliteSingles , 20-something men actually have a preference for older women three to six years older than themselves.

The biological theory has always been men prefer younger women because they are likely to bear more children, while women prefer older men because they offer resources and stability. But evolving gender roles in modern society have led to more equality between the sexes, challenging this antiquated notion for men. Sam Owen, ElitesSingles Partner psychologist, believes "young men nowadays probably also recognize that older women are adept at diligently juggling so many responsibilities (career, children, housekeeping, fitness, finances, socializing), which makes them intriguing and attractive and a more secure option."

The dating website analyzed the upper and lower age search limits for more than 450,000 of its members to reveal the age of a man and a woman’s perfect partner. The survey found men aged 20 to 29 prefer older women to younger ones, and women preferred a younger man as they age, according to YourTango . This contradicts the stereotype that all men are focused on finding a youthful partner, as these singles indicate a preference for a partner three to six years older than themselves.

Similar to their younger male counterparts, younger women have reflected this interest in older men. Women between 20 and 29 years old desire men who are up to 10 years their senior and no younger than up to three years. This affirms the stereotype that younger women do seek older men because they tend to be emotionally mature, have more financial freedom, and have an established career that lets them devote more time to a relationship and fatherhood.

Shifting back to the older woman-younger man relationship dynamic, it has garnered a collective gasp from society. Despite celebrities like Demi Moore and Mariah Carey marrying men who are over a decade their junior, the public still struggles to come to grips with these romances. Age-gap romances, though, do actually leave more room for gender equality, which tends to make couples happier.

A 2008 study published in the journal Psychology of Women Quarterly found women who are 10 or more years older than their partner report more satisfaction and relationship commitment compared to women who are the same age or younger than their partner. The success of these age-gap romantic relationships may be attributed to the vitality the younger man brings into their lives and the maturity and confidence men find in their older counterparts. Moreover, regardless of the age, men seem to be more strongly drawn to these relationships at the start because of physical attraction.

The rise of older woman-younger man relationship celebrates the beauty of the aging woman and her active role and power in society. To call these women “cougars” has a predatory connotation that is not accurate, considering these younger men are just as eager as the women to initiate the age-gap romance. These women are not mother substitutes either who are “robbing the cradle,” but instead are an example of the modern day woman who knows what she wants and goes after it.

She was then 34. I was 53. Tomorrow, we will celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary with our two little girls (passers-by on the pavement routinely take me to be their grandfather). So, despite the age gap, something appears to have been right between us.

Now 67, I am the same age as Ronnie Wood, whose marriage to Sally – a woman three decades younger – featured in the Telegraph yesterday . Bryony Gordon’s affectionate profile made it look like a happy marriage with no illusions on the bride’s behalf. “I know the age gap is there,” said Sally. “I wish it wasn’t.”

My wife would say the same. She has said she wishes she had met me 10 years earlier and wishes, also, that there might have been 10 years fewer difference between us. When she had perhaps drunk a glass of wine too many one evening some years ago, she did admit that she feared being a widow at 60; but it is also true that, before we married, she called me “the nicest boyfriend I have ever had” and, within living memory, she said that she wouldn’t swap me for Brad Pitt. Perhaps, again, it was the wine talking.

And that is even without my having the obvious, overwhelming attractions of that shrivelled, wizened midget Ronnie Wood. If I’d amassed a share of the Rolling Stones pension pot, alleged to amount to £1bn, it might have been more obvious what my wife saw in me. As it is, however, the last 14 years have not only been the happiest of my life: they have also brought me a level of financial security I have never known – owing, in large part, to sharing my life for the first time with a wife with whom it is possible to talk and plan sensibly about money.

Nevertheless, I do know from personal experience that money can exert an attraction for some women. The only time in my life I was ever left by a woman for an older man, I did suspect that his possession of many millions of pounds, houses and flats and a big yacht might have had some bearing on the decision. The fact that he looked like a sack of wet sawdust and had the conversational talents of a clogged drain did not seem to come into the reckoning. I should not have been surprised. The same woman had once told me “Money is what women care about most of all” and, while she was obviously speaking for herself, she may also have been voicing the general approach to sex and marriage of a certain category of womanhood.

Felix Dennis, the near-billionaire publisher who recently died, negotiated many decades with women on an emotionless calculation of their material interests. Despite having all the physical attractions of a Hobbit, Felix regularly filled his houses with beautiful half-naked women decades younger than himself - acting on the principle, as he put it so appealingly, that you should always rent “anything that floats, flies or f---s”. Given that attitude, it may not be surprising that he never married and never had children. Apparently, he recognised at the end of his life that he had lost out there.

It was never difficult to work out why those girls were taking their clothes off for Felix; but, if it’s a mystery what my young wife sees in me or Sally Wood sees in Ron, how much more baffling is the attraction of Francois Hollande for a succession of fantastically beautiful, clever and talented women? Daniel Craig or Daniel Day-Lewis might count themselves lucky to have a chance with Segolene Royale; yet this balding little tub in the teacherly specs, looking ridiculously nerdy in his helmet on his pop-pop scooter, manages not only to pull the gorgeous 42-year-old Julie Gayet but, apparently, persuades her to agree to marry him soon, on his 60th birthday.

What on earth has he got? Surely it can’t just be a matter of the red carpets, the presidential palace, the flying columns of outriders and the dinners with heads of state? Surely no right-thinking, self-respecting woman could be that shallow?

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When it comes to dating, there’s an unscientific, but prevailing opinion that older men want younger women and vice versa. Turns out, the opposite may be true for women on the online dating scene. Numbers culled from various dating sites have consistently shown both sexes prefer to date down the age spectrum rather than up.

AYI (Are You Interested?), is one of the largest websites and apps designed to help users find their mates, but it works in an unconventional way.  Users allow the app to access their Facebook profile, and people are then are paired based on interests. To sweeten the appeal, AYI also flags any mutual friends the prospective pair share. Users who like what they see  “fave” the profile. If not, they can click “skip.”

AYI pulled data from its 68 million downloads and 20 million Facebook profiles to see which subscribers are making successful matches. It focused in on the 1 million recommended pairings in a specific population of 35,942 users ages 30 to 49. The surprising finding: a woman was  five times more likely to show interest in a man was five years her junior that one who was five years older. If only the men would catch on. Among the 26,434 men ages 30 to 49, 42% wouldn’t even consider a woman if she was older than him. However, if contacted by an older woman, men wouldn’t necessarily turn her down. The data shows that a man is only 22% less likely to respond to an older woman than a younger woman if she initiates contact.

What are some of the reasons for this? AYI analysts suspect that younger women are inundated by requests from older men and while that might once have had some appeal—in a marrying-for-wealth sort of way— it simply doesn’t anymore. A 2008 study published in the journal Psychology of Women Quarterly  foind that women who are 10 or more years older than their partner report more satisfaction and relationship commitment compared to women who are the same age or younger than their partner.

“We don’t know for sure, but it may be because when the woman is older, it shifts the traditional heterosexual power dynamic toward greater equality. We know from a lot of research that greater equality tends to make couples happier,” writes study author Dr. Justin Lehmiller,   a social psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University in his blog, the Psychology of Human Sexuality .

Based on the findings, AYI Director of Product Insights, Josh Fischer, says men will get more online dating responses if they don’t confine themselves to only connecting with younger women, and women should continue to initiate contact with men they think they will like–especially if they’re younger.

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Age disparity in sexual relationships and sexual relationships between individuals of a significant difference in age have been documented for most of recorded history and have been regarded with a wide range of attitudes, from normalized acceptance to taboo . Concepts of these relationships and of the exact definition of a "significant" age disparity have developed over time and vary between societies, [1] legal systems (particularly with regards to the age of consent ), [2] and ethical systems . These views are rarely uniform even within cultures and are affected by views of consent , marriage , and gender roles , and by perceptions of social and economic differences between age groups.

Relationships with age disparity of all kinds have been observed with both men and women as the older or younger partner. In various cultures, older men and younger women often seek one another for sexual or marital relationships. [7] Older women sometimes date younger men as well, [8] and in both cases wealth and physical attractiveness are often relevant. Nevertheless, because men generally are interested in women in their twenties, adolescent boys are generally sexually interested in women somewhat older than themselves. [9]

In August 2010, Michael Dunn of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff completed and released the results of a study on age disparity in dating. Dunn concluded that "Not once across all ages and countries ... did females show a preference for males significantly younger than male preferences for females" and that there was a "consistent cross-cultural preference by women for at least same-age or significantly older men". A 2003 AARP study reported that 34% of women over 39 years old were dating younger men. [16]

A 2011 study suggested that age disparity in marriage is positively correlated with decreased longevity, particularly for women, though married individuals still have longer lifespans than singles. [17]

Explanations for age disparity usually focus on either the rational choice model or the analysis of demographic trends in a society. [3] The rational choice model suggests that people look for partners who can provide for them in their life (bread-winners); as men traditionally earn more as they get older, women will therefore prefer older men. [3] This factor is diminishing as more women enter the labor force and the gender pay gap decreases. [3] The demographic trends are concerned with the gender ratio in the society, the marriage squeeze , and migration patterns. [3] Another explanation concerns cultural values: the higher the value placed in having children, the higher the age gap will be. [12]

In a Brown University study, it has been noted that the social structure of a country determines the age difference between spouses more than any other factor. [1] One of the concerns of relationships with age disparities in some cultures is a perceived difference between people of different age ranges. These differences may be sexual, financial or social in nature. Gender roles may complicate this even further. Socially, a society with a difference in wealth distribution between older and younger people may affect the dynamics of the relationship. [18]

Although the " cougar " theme, in which older women date much younger men, is often portrayed in the media as a widespread and established facet of modern Western culture, at least one academic study has found the concept to be a "myth". A British psychological study published in Evolution and Human Behavior in 2010 concluded that men and women, in general, continued to follow traditional gender roles when searching for mates. The study found that, as supported by other academic studies, most men preferred younger, physically attractive women, while most women, of any age, preferred successful, established men their age or older. The study found very few instances of older women pursuing much younger men and vice versa. [19]

The "never date anyone under half your age plus seven" rule is a rule of thumb sometimes used to prejudge whether an age difference is socially acceptable. [20] [21] [22] Although the origin of the rule is unclear, it is sometimes considered to have French origin. [20]

 

 

 

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