Why do young women like older men so ...

Why do young women like older men so much?

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Since: Sep 13

United States

#1 Sep 26, 2013
By this question I mean...MUCH older men...like more than 10 or 15 years older. It seems to be very common so maybe I'm the only person who doesn't know the answer to this.
Ugh

Lexington, KY

#2 Sep 26, 2013
medicmandan wrote:
By this question I mean...MUCH older men...like more than 10 or 15 years older. It seems to be very common so maybe I'm the only person who doesn't know the answer to this.
I'm a woman i find nothing in a older man ten years above me other than a dad figure. My guess is $$$$$. I stick to my age... Money don't buy happiness.

Since: Sep 13

United States

#3 Sep 26, 2013
Ugh wrote:
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I'm a woman i find nothing in a older man ten years above me other than a dad figure. My guess is $$$$$. I stick to my age... Money don't buy happiness.
Thats one of my suspicions as well but you still see it rather often with men who arent rich at all. Thanks for responding btw.
sir loin

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Sep 26, 2013
most women have daddy issues and need a strong, secure man, in their life.
Ugh

Lexington, KY

#5 Sep 26, 2013
sir loin wrote:
most women have daddy issues and need a strong, secure man, in their life.
I didn't have a daddy and i still married a man my own age. Money honey... I would rather have happiness than money... Some women are starving for a dad though. Another reason. But i guess anything is possible.
Thoughts

Cynthiana, KY

#6 Sep 26, 2013
When you are young you should marry 100% for love. If that does not work out you should marry for money the next time. When all of you say money doesn't matter you don't understand real money. I am talking about the kind of money where you do not have to work, can travel any where in the world, have a housekeeper, new car every year and most anything you wish. The majority of women have worked like dogs, raised kids and put up with an unfaithful husband. If that is peoples definition of happiness you can have it. An older man is nothing but work and more work and why not pick one that can at least offer something in the way of money.

Since: Sep 13

Dayton, OH

#7 Sep 27, 2013
Thoughts wrote:
When you are young you should marry 100% for love. If that does not work out you should marry for money the next time. When all of you say money doesn't matter you don't understand real money. I am talking about the kind of money where you do not have to work, can travel any where in the world, have a housekeeper, new car every year and most anything you wish. The majority of women have worked like dogs, raised kids and put up with an unfaithful husband. If that is peoples definition of happiness you can have it. An older man is nothing but work and more work and why not pick one that can at least offer something in the way of money.
But a young woman (20s) hasn't worked hard for decades and hasn't raised children to adulthood and hasn't (insert jaded life experience here). This doesn't really address the actual question.
Really

Winchester, KY

#8 Sep 27, 2013
Who knows?!?
Thoughts

Cynthiana, KY

#9 Sep 27, 2013
medicmandan wrote:
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But a young woman (20s) hasn't worked hard for decades and hasn't raised children to adulthood and hasn't (insert jaded life experience here). This doesn't really address the actual question.
Good point

What I should have added was perhaps they have watched troubled relationships and decided early on that money is a huge consideration. Once again it is Money.
why

Lebanon, KY

#10 Sep 28, 2013
First off, money CAN buy happiness. And lots of it. It can't buy love...

But older men aren't into games. They are honest and will shoot straight. Most are educated, employed, and enjoy the finer things in life. Won't be cheap on a date, will have a car you're not ashamed to be seen in and won't break down on a date. Salt and pepper is very attractive for women as well. Their pants will be on their waist line and not hanging off their ass. They won't be wearing jeans with bling in it. They will be dressed appropriately for going out. Older men offer so much more then a young stud....
Old Barstard

Madisonville, KY

#11 Sep 28, 2013
Money and sexual experience. An older man is more likely to take care of his partner than a younger one and have the financial wherewithal to show a girl a good time.

Since: Sep 13

United States

#12 Sep 28, 2013
I've started a new discussion titled "how old were you when you first realize you were attracted to older men"...ladies go check it out and comment.
The Guard

Richmond, KY

#13 Sep 28, 2013
medicmandan wrote:
I've started a new discussion titled "how old were you when you first realize you were attracted to older men"...ladies go check it out and comment.
You're really kind of pathetic aren't you old dude? Ain't nobody wantin' your old wrinkled azz and postin' on here ain't gonna' make it any better, you creep. Go back to that old toothless 'ho at the massage parlor.

Since: Sep 13

United States

#14 Sep 28, 2013
The Guard wrote:
<quoted text>You're really kind of pathetic aren't you old dude? Ain't nobody wantin' your old wrinkled azz and postin' on here ain't gonna' make it any better, you creep. Go back to that old toothless 'ho at the massage parlor.
Easy there killer! No point in getting your g-string in a knot or your stilletos all scuffed. If you don't like the thread then stay away please.
Great Example

Winchester, KY

#15 Sep 28, 2013
The Guard wrote:
<quoted text>You're really kind of pathetic aren't you old dude? Ain't nobody wantin' your old wrinkled azz and postin' on here ain't gonna' make it any better, you creep. Go back to that old toothless 'ho at the massage parlor.
Here you have yet another great example of why you don't want an immature, impulsive younger man. Not only is he most likely without money but he acts and talks like a 12 year old.

Go for the money girls.
Once Upon a Time

Richmond, KY

#16 Sep 28, 2013
It's not at all unprecedented for a woman to seek the qualities of an Alpha Male in her mate. In times past, perhaps the younger, stronger, fitter, best warrior/hunter-type was the target of choice. But in an increasingly civilized, urban existence, different qualities make for Alpha status: Social & financial stability being paramount. Such newfound Alpha traits are found primarily in middle-aged men, thus the draw.
Bull

Berea, KY

#17 Sep 28, 2013
You have heard the story of the young bull and old bull?
My My

Winchester, KY

#18 Sep 28, 2013
Bull wrote:
You have heard the story of the young bull and old bull?
The story I heard is pick one:

A. Struggle and work yourself to death until you are old and wrinkled and then he moves on to younger.

B. Pick money, take care of yourself and enjoy your life. That is spelled money.

Whatever the young bull thinks he can do it will be short lived and lives mostly in his immature delusional mind.
64 and Straight up

San Diego, CA

#19 Sep 28, 2013
medicmandan wrote:
By this question I mean...MUCH older men...like more than 10 or 15 years older. It seems to be very common so maybe I'm the only person who doesn't know the answer to this.
Ok, let me explain a bit. Who teaches girls to cook? Their Mother? Who teacher them about make up, clothes, cleaning, dressing up, all the things they do?

In each and every instance it is an older person that taught them what was right. So why would they want to learn about something as important as sex from someone that has little idea themselves, a young person.

Now I know you see those hot ass 20 somethings and wonder why they will now bed down with you. Wait till you are late forties and they will spread like jelly. I am 64 now myself and since I was 47 I have been with 80 some different ladies all under 35 and most in their early 20's with a single Special girl of 18.

Older guys have learned what girls need, and that's really all they want, only what they need.
Delusional

Winchester, KY

#20 Sep 29, 2013
64 and Straight up wrote:
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Ok, let me explain a bit. Who teaches girls to cook? Their Mother? Who teacher them about make up, clothes, cleaning, dressing up, all the things they do?
In each and every instance it is an older person that taught them what was right. So why would they want to learn about something as important as sex from someone that has little idea themselves, a young person.
Now I know you see those hot ass 20 somethings and wonder why they will now bed down with you. Wait till you are late forties and they will spread like jelly. I am 64 now myself and since I was 47 I have been with 80 some different ladies all under 35 and most in their early 20's with a single Special girl of 18.
Older guys have learned what girls need, and that's really all they want, only what they need.
Maybe you have told yourself all of this but my friend, it boils down to either the money they get or the money they hope to get.

Ask any of the young girls that mess with older men, they can hardly stomach you but they want the money bad enough to do anything necessary to get it. That includes earning an acadamy award making you believe you are wanted. Try not spending a dime on them for a couple of weeks and see what happens.

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