Dating older white men
Whether they are doing it “for the good of the world”, citing over-population and resources as a reason or whether they are just selfish and don’t want someone in their life that’s basically just cramping their style.
A lot of men out there find it freeing to have someone whom they know will not have these idealizations, and the chance that they will change their minds are next to nothing.
"A lot of guys think that young men go for older women either because they’re desperate and ugly or downright boring and want to play board games with their partner every night. My friends and I are all very athletically built, we have our buffet choice of young women and we enjoy a good night out just as much as any other guy our age.
The only difference is that we’ve discovered all the perks of being involved with an older woman – and, trust me, there are plenty.”“One of the biggest reasons why do younger men like older women is: life experience. They know things the younger girls can only dream of!
You can't teach an old dog not to eat a bag of potato chips right before bed, as they say.
She knew exactly what she wanted out of life and how to get it. And if there was ever a case where I did in fact wonder about what she thought regarding certain things, I could straight-up ask her and she would have an immediate straight-up answer.” – JP (29)“I think a reason why younger men like older women are the emotional stability.
It's not like a guy who's five years older than you is going to be taking you out for the Denny's early bird special ever day before promptly going to bed, but odds are those 5 a.m. We can still drink people under the table, we just don't want to do it at some crappy, crowded dive bar. We don't want to be shoving our way through a bunch of sweaty people to get them. You're going to hear stories about "the old days" and wonder why we aren't as fun anymore.
Maybe just one shot of whiskey instead of seven of vodka.
Today I am over 25 and I’ve never gone back to dating girls my own age.” – Bryan (27)“I think we live in an age where there is a movement towards a proactive choice of NOT having children.
I’m not saying it’s for everyone, but more and more people are making that choice.