Real Cougar Men's Club
This Club is only for that special man who loves and appreciates women over 40; not for immature boys looking for a quick thrill.
This is a group for men who love women over the age of 40.
Here is a web site for loving relationships but specifically, this web site has a section for age gap support:
Written by someone (age gap support section)
Welcome to my newest post, I have been somewhat following along this site and have noticed the greater number of Older women who have found Love , Joy and Contentment and possibly a lifelong love in a younger man. I would too have never dreamed it possible or feasible, but to my surprise I find myself drawn by the wisdom and courage and understanding and affection in a younger man who finds older woman beautiful becuz they are capable of seeing the inner spiritual beings inside these women, much like someone who has found a gold mine. Not all are the same mind you, there are some who only seek their pleasures but ot those who truly find each other through each others minds and hearts and souls?? This is where the rarity lies. So good luck to all of you and God bless you.
Have any of you seen the movie, "I Could Never Be Your Woman". It was recently released in dvd. It is the BEST younger man/older woman relationship movie that I have ever seen.
Now mind you, Blockbuster had it sandwiched in between The Graduate and Harold & Maude...oh good grief!
Great movie, I Could Never Be Your Woman" ...
I have been a member here for 1 week and in that 1 week I have chatted with several guys. They are nice guys, all of them, but there is something that concerns me.
Is it just me or is this happening to you other women here on this dating web site.
So far, 90% of the guys that I have chatted with, immediately or soon after first chatting online, start talking about sex and I don't mean in casual ways either.
I think to myself, "what if you just met me in person face to face, would you be talking to me like this? Would you be asking me these types of questions?"
I came to this dating web site to hopefully meet a guy who is seriously wanting to date an older woman, not just an older woman to have cyber sex with.
It takes alot of courage to open oneself up to the younger man/older woman relationship because it is not the norm, it is not traditional.
It also takes alot of courage to open yourself up to meeting someone online. There are certain trust issues that first need to be earned...established when you meet someone online.
It is not just a 'given' that this person is who they say they are. There are still so many outstanding variables that come into play.
Am I the one who has the misappropriated expectations here? Meaning, am I expecting too much by wanting the younger man that I meet on here to treat me with a certain level of respect ... especially at first...especially if we're still trying to get to know one another. Still trying to see if there is an mutual interest, connection and chemistry.
It takes more than once chatting on im to determine if there is a true chemistry and connection. To me, it takes more than one chatting session or even two chatting sessions to make the determination that this is someone that you feel comfortable enough and know enough to talk about such intimate things.
I came here with the hopes of finding the younger man who is seriously interested in exploring this possibility of something special...that connection, not just someone who wants to have cyber sex with me, or the younger man expecting to have cyber sex with me after our first chat.
Like I said, am I expecting too much?
Just pondering outloud.
I am relatively new on this web site. This is the first time that I am reading some of the blogs here. It's sad to read that alot of the men here either don't post pictures or disappear when it comes to making something real.
I have been an outspoken advocate for the younger man/older woman relationships for years! Long before these types of relationships became novel.
For the past 14 yrs since my divorce, I have ONLY dated younger men.
I did not intentionally start out that way, just happened that way.
The first younger man that I dated was 25 and I was 37. I thought he was older and he thought I was younger.
I have always only been 'hit on' by younger men. I had to finally come to the conclusion that if I wanted to date, I better open up my life to it's possibility.
Now, I honestly don't think I could date a man my age or older.
I still don't look my age and even though I am a professional, I don't act my age. I am outgoing, warm and fun.
It distresses me that many think that these types of relationships are only sexual, when from my experience, that has not been the case.
I have researched this topic for quite some time and personally find it very offensive that the older woman is referred to and compared to as a cougar.
I am pleased to see that over the last few years, these types of relationships are becoming more and more acceptable, slow but sure.
Note to the younger man here, you want to get with us, don't play games. You are attracted to our maturity and experience, well, what comes along with that is a woman who is confident enough to tell you, "we like younger men, but we don't like to play the usual crappy internet or dating games"...you want us to take you serious...then play it serious.