Men always looking for younger women. Romance

  • View author's info Posted on Mar 09, 2005 at 01:10 PM


    TomieGirl, champagnepowder & BlingBling, I am totally in agreement with what you've said. Age is just a number. I have always dated younger men, and here in Montreal, TomieGirl, fortunately it doesn't look ackward to do so, maybe you should move here... ;) Nevertheless, I've been there, done that, don't want to do it again. I prefer men more in my age bracket now as I want someone who has somewhat the same life experiences and with whom I can grow old with.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 09, 2005 at 12:55 PM


    Hey girls! I am fine with the idear of older guys going after younger girls :)

    Most cultures work that way with the man being a good 7 years older (Russia is a good example).

    I try not to be partial to age, but I always like the thought of having a girl somewhere between 18-21 ;)
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 09, 2005 at 09:54 AM


    Nightmyst:

    How do you suggest we handle this? Tried to email you privately in regards to SpoilOz paronoid accusation but your profile currently list as hidden status.

    No, SpoilOz I am a geniune person not Myst -- get over yourself SpoilOz -- if she's so in love with you why does she go to bed every night with another man? Hmmmm...perhaps she's not as infatuated as you think.

    Once again, my intention was to make you accountable for your sleazy tactic of airing the woman's dirty laundry. You went too far!!! Now apologize to her or you will discover you have met your match.

    The Moderator
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 09, 2005 at 05:38 AM


    Monkeydustbabie, I've taken myself out of this fight with you-know-who. 'They brought out the worst in me,' and it escalated from there. So forgive any rude comments I made. Doesn't excuse it, but it's totally not like me. That's the reason I have stopped replying. I guess there will always be people that rub us the wrong way like that.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 09, 2005 at 02:17 AM


    I know exactly what service industry you are in, the Lip Service Industry. You are the poster child for that particular field. I am also very glad I do not know all the facts because the true facts would probably make you look worse than the great job of it you are doing yourself. Adios.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 09:11 PM


    Ted, I think you're safe as long as you didn't bookmark the men into your "Favourites File!" lol
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 08:50 PM


    Thank you, Petiteone39, for your kind words and showing true class. You are a real friend in every way.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 04:58 PM


    TomiGirl/Positiveimage...
    I have a feeling we are looking at the stats differently... My stats were identifying men who were looking for women from age x to y... My stats were simply looking at the "y" (maximum age)... Sure, lots of guys minimum desired age was drastically lower, but wouldn't that be them dreaming for the most part?

    If I am still wrong, then I appologize. I don't much feel like going through mens profiles again, I accidently clicked on a few while gathering the stats, now they're going to wonder why I was looking at their profiles... lol

    Ted
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 03:17 PM


    BlingBling....thank you so much for your honesty and a look into the mind of a 28 y/o. My daughter will soon be 26, and also gets hit on by older men. She simply hates it. She asks me why men would think she, at 25, would even THINK of dating someone in their 40s, let alone marry someone that age. As you said, you should be in a relationship where you grow old together, not end up a young widow, possibly with children, and alone.

    Lil1954....I also agree that age is just a number....to a point. If the age is 19-30...it's just a number, but when it is 53, then it's my age, and altho I did date one guy much younger, I wouldn't do it again. It was not only uncomfortable for him, but for me as well. You'd be surprised at the looks one gets when she's with a younger man. Simply amazing.......
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 01:06 PM


    SpoilOz :

    One doesn't have to be a scientist to piece together a puzzle. I can recognize when someone is hitting below the belt. There was no need to disrespect the lady. She could have revealed your deep dark secrets -- your desire to be spanked during sex and the garter belt, nylons and high heels you wear -- but she didn't.

    Unlike Tinman(Tomigirl); Dorothy(Katigrl); Scarecrow(Nightmyst) and last but not least the Lion(BikerKing) I am not intimidated.

    It's time to level the playing field, like yourself I've decided to shield myself with anonymity(no photo) and inject much needed diversity to this group. This forum is evolving into more of a fraternity than a vehicle to discuss revelent issues.
    For goodness sake why must you people circle like vultures when an OUTSIDER disagree?

    Although SpoilOz could use some softening in his style the majority of his views are on the money. But I've adjusted to his gruff approach because quite frankly his personality leans more towards complicated than annoying. Why haven't you know-it-all grasp the obvious?

    New Kid In Town
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 08:03 AM


    Hello everyone.
    I love reading these posts, although I admit I did think they would consist more of interesting debate rather than childish bickering lol. Tomigirl....you seem like an interesting lady and I wish you all the best in your search for romance. Spolils...everyone is entitled to their opinion, but why, really, are you so angry? All the spiteful comments that go on here..are they necessary? Steele...I have absolutely nothing against you and when I stated my opinion I did hope to do just that to add to the debate. I apoligise if I caused offense, which, given your uneccarily rude and dismissive comments about me such as "you like that kind of thing" I obviously did somehow. That was never my intention, and I would just like to point out that all I did was reply to a comment to made, without attacking you personally. Thanks.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 05:25 AM


    BikerKing & Julia-

    Thanks you two for that vote of confidence. It's been quite an experience dealing with someone I won't mention, but I've decided to end it on my part. Without the ammo, there can be no counter attack.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 08, 2005 at 04:44 AM


    I have noticed a couple people "sticking up" for me or saying nice things about me. If you said them because you were being sincere, then I thank you. Lastonenstock is the real beauty, inside and out. If there is such a thing as having a best friend on here then that is what Lorrie is. Lorrie helped me realize I didn't need to continue to bash Spoil as I was just going along with the rest like it was no big deal. That truly isn't me to intentionally go back and forth to hurt others. Lastone tried to create some kind of peace on here and that made others upset for it would take away their fun. Bikerking, I thank you for your kind remarks but Lorrie was left out. If you left her out intentionally because you are upset with her, leave me out too! Her friendship means more to me than making myself look good.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 07, 2005 at 09:11 PM


    Mr. Champagne good for you for sticking up for the man that are mature enough to know that age is just a number and has nothing to do with who we date or should its a matter of preferance and who we may fall in love with regardless of age, it takes maturity, although I speak this way I have a little bit of an issue dating younger men than myself I get approached often by younger men at times even by 15 years I refuse to date a man that is that many years younger and haven't as of yet but as I said if I find someone that is on the same level as me and we are compatible just never know........but I would prefer someone closer to my age someone I can grow old with ..........am I being too old fashioned or? Anyone has any advice for me I would appreciate the comments. Thanks ya all I love reading these forums more and more each day, they are fun!
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 07, 2005 at 08:31 PM


    Most of the people posting on this topic are over 30 so I am posting this message to give a new perspective on this topic from someone in their twenties.

    Daily I delete messages from older gentlemen. I only reply to people within the limits I set in my profile. When you get emails from men who are peers with your father, there is a huge generation gap. Dr. Drew frowns upon these type of relationships.

    What does someone old have in common with me? If I were a teenager, it would be considered a May-December relationship, for any huge of a gap in our ages.. Right ..it's gross.

    Finally where would the relationship go? I have the best years of my life ahead of me and I don't need to spend it as a trophy wife pushing someone around in a wheelchair after only a few good years together.

    The ideal relationship is to grow old together. If one of us is already old would that leave me a widow at 45??

    Just because guys are looking for younger women on this site, does not mean they are actually getting them..How many older men/younger women combos do you see out on a daily basis..My guess is few unless you live in a large city. Most people frown upon those type of relationships (Anna Nicole..for example)

    Looking at who is online, the majority of the men on this site are older here, so I understand the demographics of who is active at MM. However I choose to only interact with people I consider my peers, and I am sure other girls on MM are doing the same. We don't want to be someone's fantasy trophy to show off to business partners, but are dynamic, smart, women who don't have to settle but are looking for our match.

    Hope this helps shed some light on an interesting topic.

    Cheers!
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 07, 2005 at 06:58 PM


    Tedski...I just did a search of men age 43-56. Believe it or not, the first 15 were looking for someone between the ages of 21 to 45. The really good looking guys...EVERY one..is looking for someone at least 10 years younger...and this in the first 15 profiles....
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 07, 2005 at 01:44 PM


    Hello all. I am very new to this site and I have to say, when it comes to age I also prefer the older more epxperianced women (not just sexually). I am 23 and look for a woman who has alot to say about life and herself. I am looking for a woman that can goto the bars for a drink and not end up in the bathroom. A woman that respects herself is a huge turn on. I definately prefer maturity over sorority.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 07, 2005 at 06:26 AM


    Hey Donald Trump, I mean Spoils, you had me laughing so hard on that post. Let me tell you, if someone had taken around $1.1MM from my company, I would know EXACTLY how much was gone, not $1.1MM THAT I KNOW ABOUT. I almost fell of my chair reading that post.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 07, 2005 at 01:21 AM


    Hello everyone!
    I'm the new girl on the block, Julia.
    First let me start out by say ing I am honored to be in the company of such lovely and classy ladies: Tomigirl, steelmagnolia, nightmist, babeat, petiteone, heartoffire, statuesque,sharp1 kategirl
    newbeginnings.
    Hello to all of you inteligent gentlemen as well. This does not include the borish, biblical BS-er "spoiled" he is not a gentleman in any sense of the word. A real gentleman would have quietly, with great reserve have withdrawn and ended
    the sordid spectical he had made of himself. Ladies and real gentleman
    Romance Rules......
    And I am a hopeless romantic...........as always,
    Julia
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 06, 2005 at 08:20 PM


    I don't see what the big hang up is over age? Isn't age really relative anyway? I mean, I love to be active and pursue things people that are younger than me might not even think of (sky diving, triathalons, fire dancing etc.). I don't think we should lump all the men here into one category (i.e. seeking young lustful women). I have dated both younger and older women and have had positive experiences with both. I would actually prefer an older woman because she has more experience (and I don't mean sexually). I mean life experience. The conversation tends to be more stimulating and the romance seems to be appreciated more. I'm sure there are some men here seeking younger women for only one reason but give some of the good guys here a chance. Chivalry isn't dead...even with the 'younger' men!
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