But we also have to admit that girls are often romanticizing older guys.
We assume that they’re more mature, more worldly, more sexually experienced, serious about relationships, ready for commitment, and super cool and suave.
Have you ever heard the saying, “Certain things get better with age”? For younger women, dating a man 10 to 20 years older than her can give her more than simply great experiences or memories.
These relationships can turn into something serious and be a solid foundation for a long-term commitment, primarily because of how younger women’s outlooks and characteristics often complement those of an older man.
To be clear, when I say “older guy,” I mean a much older guy.
So, for example, it would be like a high school freshman dating a college sophomore, or an 18-year-old dating a 29-year-old.
While women who had a sour bitter father-daughter association in their tender stages may grow up to hate older men of their dad’s age bracket, the opposite cannot be truer.
If one of your 2017 resolutions is saying no to f*ckboys, I am with you.
So, dating older guys is the obvious solution to this problem, right? Dating older guys might seem like the pinnacle of maturity to you, but honestly? In fact, most of the time, dating an older guy is actually the worst.
The gay world can be very open minded about many things.
In previous decades, being gay seemed to eradicate (for a while anyway) social distinctions — class, money and employment status.
An older man and younger woman relationship is not only one of the most common motifs in dating, it’s also one of the most popular.