Best wishes, hh I'm a guy - when I was 31 I started to date a woman 15 years older than me (46 for those of you slow at math).We dated until she turned 50 and freaked out because she turned 50 and broke up with me.I've seen women in their 60s that have turned my head, and I've seen women in their 40s who made me think "gross! " A lot of this seems to do with skin care more than anything else.I signed up for ballroom dancing classes last year.
I have noticed that as I get older, I admire mature women more. Yeah a taught body, but seriously have you ever thought what kind of wine goes with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? As long as you're only speaking about physical attraction, there's a lot of room. The blog is excellent, but you will not like this post very much: To summarize, men say they'll take women a few years older, but they're lying.I don't know if I'm attractive or not, but I'm not ugly. I ask because the few single men my age I've met/dated have really been looking for women who are substantially younger (say, ten years or more). It just seems like women my age are pretty much ignored by most men unless they're married to them (and sometimes even then).I know there's a lot that goes into the mix--personality, zest for living, confidence, etc., and maybe I'm warped by my few experiences. I've dated women 10 years younger (when I was 35) and 10 years older (when I was 40). Personality, positivism, humor, attitude, and enthusiasm matter much more after that first 2 minutes. It's a nice place to meet people and get past that first 2 minutes.You're right about the ballroom dancing classes - always overloaded with women, never enough guys.It pisses me off to no end when I sign up with my husband, then I spend half of every class standing and watching because of the partner-switching.The classes is a good idea, but not dancing classes.