No, it’s not your imagination- these days, there’s a bigger contingent of women in their mid-thirties to fifties on the prowl.
The soaring divorce rate and the subtle shift in women who are more career-minded, rather than marriage-minded, have fueled this evolution.
One of my guy friends disclosed that he dated someone who was 34 when he was 20 years old. “I only go for older women”, another one of my guy friend said.
I was talking to some of my guy friends recently and all of them disclosed that they have dated someone who they classified as “significantly older” than them at some point in their life. She knew what she wanted and it was the best sex I have ever had.
The movement has become so significant that it’s been mentioned in several books as well as featured on several talk shows in the US.
There are even dating websites like and which celebrate the pursuit of older women.
They aren’t as crazy about having babies and a lot calmer when it comes to relationship drama.
They have all that experience which makes them better at handling relationships than younger girls.Have you ever dated a woman significantly older than you?What age gap do you think works best in relationships?But I’ve noticed a new strategy among my set of female friends—lovely, intelligent, independent women—to combat the grime of the online dating world: date up. More and more women I know are dating men twice, yes , Anne Hathaway stands with Robert De Niro and a bunch of young male colleagues in a bar and draws a harsh comparison: “How in one generation have men gone from guys like Jack Nicholson and Harrison Ford to . I see what Hathaway means: Why put up with Tinder when there’s a whole generation of men out there who wouldn’t dream of using it?There have never been more advantages to relationships with older men, precisely because Tinder and its ilk have made dating feel impossible to those of us who don’t want to participate in the battle of who-cares-less.No matter which way you spin it, landing yourself in a committed relationship seems to be, by millennial standards, “the wrong idea.” I want to believe that selected only their most salacious interviewees to quote, but I know that’s not true.