January 4, 2012

The perfect casual relationship – an older woman and a younger man.

The “Mrs Robinson” relationship is on the increase, as older women dating younger men is becoming less taboo and more and more older women between the ages of 40 and 70 are dating men 10 years or younger. While older women continue to delay the ageing process, looking and feeling  younger, more energetic and confident, they are seeking casual relationships with a younger man, hoping for more of an erotic thrill. Many women are returning to the dating scene after a long term break up and are looking for something far more casual the second or third time around – a younger companion to go wild and and have fun.

Not only have attitudes towards older women dating younger men changed over the years, matching the acceptance of the older man with the younger woman, an older woman often has financial security which the younger man can find appealing. In addition the older woman has a wealth of experience and wisdom which can be a turn on for the younger man.  It could be the perfect fun time coupling – the younger more energetic man with a natural sense of adventure matched up with the older, sexually confident, emotionally mature woman who is not looking for marriage, children or other ties.

But beware, not everything is rosy. An older woman dating younger man should be aware of the mother figure that men might be looking for. She doesn’t want to become the crutch, nannying him and finding he is a financial and emotional drain. She has probably had her time doing that and is not looking for a re-run.

Handled properly the older woman dating the  younger man could possess the perfect chemistry for a casual relationship; the mature confident older woman who looks and feels sensational  with the money, confidence and freedom lacking in her 20′s and 30′s combined with the younger physical man with the energy for adventure. The perfect casual relationship.
Filed under: casual dating,casual relationships — admin @ 11:03 pm

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