70 year old women dating younger men
Want to share your life and dreams with someone again?But hate – or dread - the idea of starting over to find a special person?
“I have been married before, in 1988 with a man from Cameroon who was 13 years my junior,” she said. So does Age Match.com, a website specifically designed for older men with younger women relationships and older women with younger men relationships.Age differences in relationships are no longer important as long as two people find something in common. These commonly used terms speak volumes about how society views older people who are interested in sex.Experts say such derogatory labels reflect a deep level of discomfort in our youth-oriented culture with the idea that seniors are sexually active.There are certainly ways for older women to conceive children, but most men who want families tend to try and date women who are younger than 40.
Aside from that scenario, however, is there any reason that a 30-year-old woman can find love with a 37-year old and not a 44-year-old? Knowing that there are men of that age who are in great shape, physically attractive, interesting and successful is there a reason to categorically exclude these men? And while most people aren’t as attractive as these, it is certainly possible to meet someone significantly older who is sexy and attractive. Women in their 50’s will often narrowly restrict their dating range because they have a fear of meeting and falling in love with an older man – and then having to deal with his health issues.
Don’t know how to or even understand the new rules, attitudes, sexual or social etiquette of dating today?
You would love to start but find it all confusing, scary and simply overwhelming?
While the frequency or ability to perform sexually will generally decline modestly as seniors experience the normal physiological changes that accompany aging, reports show that the majority of men and women between the ages of 50 and 80 are still enthusiastic about sex and intimacy.
"Use it or lose it," says geriatrics expert Walter M.
The silence, say experts, allows misconceptions to flourish -- including the widespread assumption that seniors lose interest in sex and are, or should be, asexual.