Those were the ages of Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore when the couple tied the knot last year, making their highly publicized May-December romance official.
But even though their older woman-younger man relationship may be among the world's most visible, it's not that unusual anymore.
But when that crosses the line into controlling behavior, it is always a bad thing.
It’s pretty common for men to date younger women – which is exactly why dating older women is so enjoyable.
Because there are a ton of fantastic advantages you can experience by dating older women. Here are just 6 (though there are many more) of the best things about dating older women.
It’s flattering for an older woman when a guy passes up on the younger girls in favor of her.
If the voltages are different, one becomes the pursuer and one the distancer.
Though many of them had positive observations, a lot of what they had to say dealt with their male companions being self-centered, boring, arrogant, duplicitous, needy and/or unwilling to commit (sometimes, impossible as it sounds, at the same time). Just know that you look great to many of us older guys with it or without it. You Probably Want to "Have It All" and Are Not Willing to "Settle". (I did.) After decades of living, we all have a lot to convey, but it makes for a better date if listening is a mutual activity. You don't want to waste your time, I understand that. Money is probably not a great date topic even if it's really, really important to you! But it also isn't 1870, and if there is mutual attraction, at this stage of our lives, waiting a long time -- whatever that may be -- seems equally foolish.
When you make eye contact, show confidence by holding her gaze (let her look away first).
This combination of confident body language and eye contact will get her to see that you’re the kind of powerful, self-assured man older women like.
It's not what you think -- the stamina or "re-boot" ability of the younger male.
The women like the flexibility and sense of adventure of their more spontaneous, younger companions, Tina B.