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Middleage women science and dating

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Sad for us women, but sadder yet for these men who, despite their self-image, often turn out to be incredibly old fogies. Am very discouraged that all the men I have contacted want "perfect" (i.e.in perfect health, gorgeous, with perfect figure) women 20 years younger than they are.

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Questions such as why is she on her own or is she a desperate husband-hunter are probably in a man’s mind before he has even said hello. I spent years frowning and speaking my mind, only to find that stroppy single behaviour may look good on adolescents with attitude but is very unappealing on anyone over 35.Other members de-emphasize age, citing the greater importance of individual differences and regarding as folly the setting of narrow age limits for a prospective mate.Men seeking younger women Men in my age range (50 ) continue to have their sights set on women who could be their daughters.Middle-aged women can enjoy making love more as they get older despite a number of physical changes that result in a decline in “sexual function”, according to a new study.Researchers said some middle-aged women had adapted to the changes brought on by the march of time.Why is it still such a sensational topic and what are the perks (and pitfalls) of entering into partnership where age knows no bounds?

It’s been eight years since Newsweek famously proclaimed 2009 as the year of the cougar.

However, what’s actually going on underneath the pop-style commentary and tabloid tales of ‘cougars’ and their ‘cubs’?

In search of clarity, we set out on a mission to look beyond the loaded monikers and dubious hype surrounding older woman/younger man relationships.

Straight men of all ages tend to have their romantic sights set on women in their mid-twenties, while women prefer men who are about the same age as they are, according to a new study.

The survey out Friday, financed by the government-backed research funding group Academy of Finland, gathered data on 12,000 Finns and found that women, on average, are looking for partners who are about their age or slightly older.

Even though they tended to have sex less often, these women discovered that their satisfaction has actually increased with age.