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Pthlesstrvld
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Posted on Thu, Jun 06, 2013 09:11

I frequently find myself looking to date/talk/accompany much older women.  I think it's because the males in Generation Y are failing to be intellectually challenged by the young women we grew up with.  There are very few girls in my age range who are capable of being independent, emotionally stable (is that even possible?), and well rounded.  Maybe it's just from my experience.  In short younger women bore me.  What are your thoughts on this issue?



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Posted on Sun, Jul 14, 2013 09:56

Young women today adopted the male attitudes of sex as a race of consumption and it's not been balanced by the recognition of why the linear thinking isn't natural for women.  Young women are objectifying themselves, not because they want sex, because they want acceptance.  Look at he Halloween costumes for a 12 year old are the same role playing costumes that used to be in a sex shop 15 years ago. 

There's an advancing dismantling of femininity and men are reacting with authentic horror.  I talk to younger men and they tell me that older women are a "safer" landing for romantic pursuits due to the lack of empathy in the females in thier age group. 

Women forgot how to be women and we've lost our femininity.  Proof in the pudding is our emotional stasis.  Unhappy, overstressed and on anti depressants have become the expectations of womanhood.



Unapologetically Feminine

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Posted on Sun, Jun 09, 2013 20:43

Pthlesstrvld, welcome to the blogs!

 

I was just going to write "you are an old soul" or "mature beyond your years" and leave it at that. Then I glanced at your profile. You will find that men born under the Capricorn sign tend to be very much older than their years, but then act younger when they are older. However, that shouldn't shape your life. Find someone around your age who is equally mature, focused, forward-thinking, emotionally stable and can also let her hair down and be playful and young.....ignore the young ones that bore you....and find the young solid ones. They do exist. I was mature beyond my years when I was a teenager and in my 20s. Boys and girls my age bored me to tears - my friends [both males and females] were at least always 5 years older than me.

 

I also would not want to date a man much younger than me, even though some older men are clearly boys. My policy is never to indulge in cradle-snatching, and to avoid at all cost old men who are clearly boys.

 

Sarah, Hope and BePositive couldn't be more right and I couldn't add anything to it if I tried.

 

Good luck with your search.

 

Liv.

 

PS: I hate to matchmake.....but I do know a young lady of 23...matured beyond her years, focused, intelligent, forward-thinking, funny and drop dead gorgeous! I could introduce you two, but she's my protege, so if you're not a solid guy don't bother.



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Posted on Fri, Jun 07, 2013 18:58

OH! #2... 

 

RELIGION... 

 

IF the "God factor" is of hug consequence to you.. stick with your source..... 

 

It's just smart thinking! 



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Posted on Fri, Jun 07, 2013 18:57

WELCOME to the blogs PTHLESSTRVLD---

 

If people would focus on ONE FACTOR or maybe TWO actually... 

 

CHILDREN..... 

 

Are you of age to have children? If so, avoid wasting time with women who are not... 

 

Is a woman of age to have children? If not? Well, IF I date a man a bit younger, he had better be DONE with having children.. And I do not mean 35 and says he wants none.. NOoooooo... I mean 38 and has 2 or 3 already! 

 

And then, I have to make a choice... 

 

Am I willing to be a part-time step-mom of young kids again if it works out? THAT is a HUGE commitment to me B/C adults get divorced every day with their own children, BUT, do I want to spend 8 years with someone else's children and then we split up and the man's children feel I left them? After they already went through a feeling of abandonmant wiht their own parents? Do I stay in their lives? How will a new love in his future feel if I am attached to children as well as they me? 

 

I agree with SARAH.... Age and maturity varies with each... 

 

And BEPOS-- I hear you loud and clear!! Of course, it will be different in the old folks home when I am in my 80's and that 60 something chases after my elf outfit! Heeheehee~~ ;) 

 

Focus on the CHILDREN FACTOR... and stick to it, and there will be fewer conflictions... 

 

WELCOME to the blogs PTHLESSTRVLD!!  Best wishes your way~~



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Posted on Fri, Jun 07, 2013 04:18

Personally.....it creeps me out when much younger men (20 thru 50) contact me.  I just had a 21 year old ask me to chat.....ARE YOU KIDDING?  I don't care how intelligent you are (for your age) I would never disrespect my kids by dating someone much younger than they are.  Men THAT young is a red flag for me!!!  I already raised my kids and I will not be a mother figure or sugar mama to anyone.   Women (in their 50's, 60's and higher) have raised their children, worked for 30 plus years, are financially stable and know what they want out of life.  Men/women, that are much younger, still have life to experience and work many years to become financially stable.

 

Again......this is MY personal opinion but I have talked to other woman my age that feel the same.

 

Good luck in your search..........

 

 



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Posted on Thu, Jun 06, 2013 12:43

That's quite interesting. I date guys slightly older than me as they tend to be more mature and focussed in life. Although I'm approaching 29 now and I think things are starting to level out a bit. However, my method is generalising and therefore not correct. A few weeks ago I was chatting to this amazing guy who came across really sophisticated and he turned  out to be 26. Then you get some guys in their early 30s who are messed up. So although I still date slightly older guys (partly because I would hate the thought of being older -I'm not mothering anyone. lol) I am aware that age is just a number and there are many exceptions to the rule.

 

 

Sarah :-)



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