Blogs about dating in forties
In this article and this one I discuss the things about dating women over 33 and how to navigate some of the problems they present.“Younger” women, therefore, are women age 32 and under.I’ve slept with a lot of older women and younger women, and I have to say that in general (and again, there are many exceptions), less picky.There’s a light and eagerness in younger women’s eyes during sex that frankly, most older women don’t have.
VYW are a lot of fun, but god damn, the constant flaking, forgetting, rescheduling, emergencies and cancelling gets extremely irritating, particularly when you’re a busy guy juggling work, family, multiple women, Mission, etc. Easy Compliance – Younger women win here, big time.
There are great things about dating younger women, and very bad things.
There are great things about dating older women, and very bad things. First, as always, we need to get our definitions straight. Longtime readers know that in general, I separate the “older” vs. As I’ve discussed many times here, when a woman crosses over age 33 (if not sooner), her ASD spikes into the stratosphere and her entire attitude about dating, men, and sex changes forever.
It’s true there are several subcategories within these two broad groups, but I already covered them here. Younger Overview Before I get into this, remember that everything I’m saying here is a generalization. There are very low-ASD 38 year-olds who will bang you on the first date within an hour or two of meeting you with no resistance at all. Generally speaking, younger women are much easier in the pickup/dating phases, but tend to be harder and more work long-term in the relationship phase.
The younger they are, the more these are both true.
My longest FB relationships tended to be with younger women (including VYW) and my longest more serious relationships (MLTR’s, high-end MLTR’s and OLTR) tended to last longer with women who were either over 30 or close to it.