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Posted on Mon, Sep 07, 2009 14:18

Let's turn the tables....why do the hot men over 40 stay single?

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Posted on Wed, Aug 26, 2009 17:34

I keep asking myself that all the time????



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Posted on Mon, Aug 17, 2009 14:47

Many seem to have the same view -of faded beauty. What ever happen to the beauty within. I had it when I was 22 and still am true to others as I was then. I have a few more wrinkles and pounds but still as genuine as years before. I have made many wrong choices and selected and believed in the wrong men. I have waisted the majority of my youth on stupidity7 I belive there are so many beautiful woman who are still single because many lived in limbo, in a fairytale land that never was true. So Ive picked and gambled my life with the wrong men; Im open to finding the real one. Are men still looking for honest, faithful, sweet and good-looking women or are they now looking for illusions as I have seen so many.

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Posted on Sat, Jul 25, 2009 19:36

Quoting captainsgirl:

Its true there are not only beautiful single women, but successful, financially independent, capable, personable etc. and believe me all over the world the same is true. So why are we single? Well, I may be unpopular in many eyes when I say for me the problem is that over the last decades women have changed, evolved even, we have become so independent and capable that we dont need just any man. Meanwhile, men (in general) are far more needy for a relationship and tend to still treat women as before sometimes rather badly and often without respect. Its no longer emancipation but equality. Now this has left man a little confused in what his role should be. Generally this sort of woman doesnt want a wimp nor a control master. The only thing man has to offer is a strong love relationship and perhaps that is a key to the hearts of many.



I completely agree. Men tend to disrespect all women including the ones who were waaaaay outta their league to begin with so women have evolved to independant, self respecting "islands".



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Posted on Tue, Jul 21, 2009 08:23

beautiful women know they r beautiful n rely on their beauty alone.they dont need to develop humility or courtesy while they r young.when they hit 30+ n younger women come along they r still fine looking but not like when they were years ago.now they have fading looks n no personality,beauty becomes a curse.these women think they will always attract men.theres nothing worse than an aging beauty who thinks she is still beautiful for men who want more than just beauty.the pendelum turns quick.



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Posted on Fri, Jul 17, 2009 18:46

Because men are afraid they won't be able to keep them. Someone else will steel her! Lack of confidence then from men? Sometimes men imagine that these gorgeous women are unapprochable and are afraid to receive a "no" for an answer.



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Posted on Fri, Jul 17, 2009 06:59

Its true there are not only beautiful single women, but successful, financially independent, capable, personable etc. and believe me all over the world the same is true. So why are we single? Well, I may be unpopular in many eyes when I say for me the problem is that over the last decades women have changed, evolved even, we have become so independent and capable that we dont need just any man. Meanwhile, men (in general) are far more needy for a relationship and tend to still treat women as before sometimes rather badly and often without respect. Its no longer emancipation but equality. Now this has left man a little confused in what his role should be. Generally this sort of woman doesnt want a wimp nor a control master. The only thing man has to offer is a strong love relationship and perhaps that is a key to the hearts of many.



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Posted on Tue, Jul 07, 2009 16:49

your wrong you are gorgeous



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Posted on Sun, Jun 21, 2009 14:16

And when the GOOD guys, like you, who display manners choose to NOT initiate contact with women with good looks, presuming they are "taken", we all loose out...

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Posted on Thu, Jun 11, 2009 19:10

From my experience, many men are intimidated by beautiful, smart and sexy women. Or, they are not intelligent enough to go after them. The day I joined up w this site and left match and SugarDaddy, I found myself beig pursued by an incredible 26 yr. old. Go figure. The men my age and up have too much baggage in their minds, they really do not know how to treat a woman without passing judgements all the time and being full of themselves and just wanting a hot woman to see if they can work better sexually. What a turnoff! Many are clueless, and how would they know. I say younger men for older women, like me. And for those of you men who decide to get pissy with my opinion, well, eat your heart out!



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Posted on Fri, Nov 07, 2008 05:59

Quoting unsnaggedeagle:

I agree with you! You have to look a little deeper into a person not look at what is just on the outside..



Was it something I said???



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Posted on Mon, Nov 03, 2008 04:37

I agree with you! You have to look a little deeper into a person not look at what is just on the outside..



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Posted on Sat, Aug 02, 2008 19:27

Quoting dannyspl:

All women have the possibility to be as smart as they choose. Thats not it at all. I think many women emasculate men to a point as to gain power over them in a relationship. I just met one who after a messy breakup and bitter about it has decided to get pregnant and raise a child without the help of a man. Donor of course. This is why I say many men have lost their balls in relationships.

Hi Danny again,

I was reflecting a bit on this you wrote... I honestly think that people, generally speaking, are free to choose whether they really feel a need to overpower others or they need to let other overpower them... Except for those who live within certain cultures, like under a specific political regime or a country or society that's ruled by a certain religion, or maybe in very poor countries where people's choices or their right to choose is very restricted or limited... well, the rest of us, living under normal conditions, we can choose freely and if we look deep inside, we may find that there's no such thing as the bad guy and the good guy of the movie.

What I mean is that each of us is free to choose the role we want to play, be it of someone in charge of his/her life or someone who lets other people choose for him/her.

If we look back, there's been powerful women since the age of Cleopatra... so it's no news some women have guts and can be manipulative (or not)... Maybe it's just that over many centuries women have played a more passive role despite the fact that it's not easy to do all the things we do.

As women became more independent financially, some decided they didn't "need" a man in their lives and kind of assumed they had the right to put men at a lower level... not sure...

I personally believe that both men and women are the same: Human Beings.

It's up to each of us feel superior or inferior to others or believe that's something worth thinking about. I don't feel I'm above or below others, I may have different points of view, but it doesn't mean I'm right or wrong, or my viewpoint is better or worse than others.

I like people who feel comfortable being who they really are, without trying to pretend they are something they are not... or feel they are perceived as something they aren't either. After all, we are not "God" or the owners of the Universal Truth, we are just human beings, imperfect, no matter how pushy some people can be... some may feel stronger or smarter and some not... but, again, I believe it's up to everyone to choose how we feel about ourselves and about others as well.

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Posted on Wed, Jun 04, 2008 21:53

I didn't read many of the other posts, so I'm not sure if I'll be repeating anything, but here's my input...

There's more to a person than simply how they look. In my case, I work at a bar where I have a rule "no dating the customers" so everyone I meet at work is out. I went back to school four years ago after my divorce so everyone I have socialized with in the recent past have been on average ten years younger than me. I dated a few guys in their early 20's because they were who I hung around with. I am now looking for someone closer to my age that has the same goals as I do (relationship and financial wise), but I have no place to really meet these guys - so here I am on the internet.

I am not particularly fond of dating. I don't see it as a sport or something to take up a Friday night. I have to already be pretty interested in someone to even agree to a date so that eliminates a lot of people.

Am I more picky? I don't really know the answer to that. Probably in certain ways, but you're either attracted to someone or you're not. Looks matter as they set the first impression, but there are so many other qualities that will make me like or dislike someone that have nothing to do with whether they are hot, really good looking, good looking, or average. I've met guys that I thought were very attractive yet the most boring people I have ever met. I have met guys that I did not originally find attractive but came to the point where I found myself debating the dating scenario because I truly enjoyed them as people.

If I wanted to just date, I don't think I would have a hard time filling my schedule, but I don't wish to waste my time simply fishing either. I enjoy going out with my friends and doing my own thing. I don't need a guy to fill in my time. Do I want one? Of course, why else would I be here, but I'm willing to sit back and wait. I don't see the need to rush into anything solely due to the fact I'm single.

There are plenty of beautiful women still single, there are plenty of women that are beautiful in their own way still single, and there are plenty of women who are ugly on the inside that are still single. Looks don't signify the likelihood of someone being in a relationship.

Yet, after saying all that, I do find myself wondering what could be wrong with a guy my age that hasn't been taken yet. lol I guess I'm just slightly hypocritical. But at least I can admit it. haha



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Posted on Sat, May 24, 2008 20:35

Thanks for the spell check Mr. Wilson. As recently as last week I see your spelling needs work too, ie: Cat loving men (ACTUALLY not Actaully). Quick! go fix it.
"Those who like to criticize get looked at more critically". How bout commenting on the subject instead of being so negative for the thread.



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Posted on Wed, May 21, 2008 02:56

Quoting txchick1971:

I would like to say that the reason for beautiful single women being single is the same reason why attractive men in the same age category are still single. They both are looking for the wrong thing and refuse to look outside the box. I have a friend that is beautiful and never short a date. But the men she chooses are bad boy losers with tons of baggage. She always thinks they will change for her. Never does that happen and after 6 months or so of dating, she's left heart broken. I on the other hand have chosen to not be co-dependent and will wait for the right one I guess. Not by choice though, mostly because I'm just an average girl looking for true love. Casual dating is over-rated and very stressful. Is so much more fun to make friends and hang out before for moving in for the "kill". Guys & girls, if you sit back and evaluate the cycle that you are currently using and it's not working, change it. You'll be suprised. Just my opinion :o)



It telegraphs your perspective when you use the term "kill" to characterize intimacy. It bothers me that so many women share your frame of mind. There's so much jealousy in this post it's hard to unpack. For the record I spend many months single. Moving in for the "kill" isn't all that important to me.



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Posted on Wed, May 21, 2008 02:45

Quoting dannyspl:

Ok Im open to all opinions. I want to know why ladies who are mainly 25 to 45 and are above average in the looks dept., are still single and can't seem to find a guy to settle down with. Many are looking here and other personals sites. From my dating experience they seem to have higher than average expectations for men. Men on the other hand, such as myself tend to avoid these women once they are figured out. I want to know from both sexes what you think these expectations are and why women dont want to except the character of guys that are attracted to them?



it's "accept" not "except"
figures



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Posted on Thu, May 08, 2008 06:16

I would like to say that the reason for beautiful single women being single is the same reason why attractive men in the same age category are still single. They both are looking for the wrong thing and refuse to look outside the box. I have a friend that is beautiful and never short a date. But the men she chooses are bad boy losers with tons of baggage. She always thinks they will change for her. Never does that happen and after 6 months or so of dating, she's left heart broken. I on the other hand have chosen to not be co-dependent and will wait for the right one I guess. Not by choice though, mostly because I'm just an average girl looking for true love. Casual dating is over-rated and very stressful. Is so much more fun to make friends and hang out before for moving in for the "kill". Guys & girls, if you sit back and evaluate the cycle that you are currently using and it's not working, change it. You'll be suprised. Just my opinion :o)



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Posted on Thu, May 08, 2008 00:58

All women have the possibility to be as smart as they choose. Thats not it at all. I think many women emasculate men to a point as to gain power over them in a relationship. I just met one who after a messy breakup and bitter about it has decided to get pregnant and raise a child without the help of a man. Donor of course. This is why I say many men have lost their balls in relationships.



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Posted on Thu, Mar 27, 2008 18:40

Quoting wwww12345:

Maybe it's because that real beauty is mostly inside. Good looks alone is not worth anything except to Hollywood.

Looks fade in time, if you are empty inside, there's not much external beauty can do, uh?

Agree, wholeheartedly with you :)

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