Reddit dating older man

Women inevitably go through phases of their lives where they believe that the male species is the absolute worst. Whether they're coming out of a painful breakup, faced a rather nasty rejection or have just become disillusioned after seeing "men be men" for so many years, you can't deny that males, and the younger ones in particular, can be incredibly immature. Yes, women who have converted to dating The Older Man often wax lyrical about what a great decision it is. But let's hear it from those who have actually been there, so here are six women on what it's like to date a silver fox

6 Women reveal what it's like to date older men

Women inevitably go through phases of their lives where they believe that the male species is the absolute worst. Whether they're coming out of a painful breakup, faced a rather nasty rejection or have just become disillusioned after seeing "men be men" for so many years, you can't deny that males, and the younger ones in particular, can be incredibly immature.

Yes, women who have converted to dating The Older Man often wax lyrical about what a great decision it is. But let's hear it from those who have actually been there, so here are six women on what it's like to date a silver fox This Reddit user's parents decided to disown her because of it. Except he's less annoying and pushy about sex than younger guys are. And way hotter. We get that we're 'a cute couple' pretty often, but we always holding hands and doing cute things.

There is the 'age differences are always manipulative' group, too. My mother wasn't that happy at first, because when she found out about him, I was graduating high school and moving in with him on the other side of the country. After I moved here though, she's making an effort to be nice to him. I think it's because she thought I wouldn't go to college, but I am. I've found that, generally, older guys are more responsive to what I do and don't want to do.

I'm borderline asexual, so it's a big deal for someone to be impatient and pushy about sex. This is a generalisation, but younger guys tend to try to annoy me into things. There are less "petty" arguments, according to this Reddit post. One of the things I noticed with him is that he doesn't 'allow' me to do things, I am an adult and I can hang out, drink, socialise, and be friends with whoever I want to be.

He honestly doesn't care. I don't have to clean up after him ever, he's an adult and he acts like one. IDK I just like feeling like I have a partner and not someone who is trying to make my world revolve around them. Sometimes conversation would wander onto the reality of it and things got a little bit awkward - I didn't understand why until I got older. Now, I look back on it and it freaks me out a little bit.

Knowing girls who are the age I was then and men the age he was, it seems so creepy and weird. It looked profoundly different from the inside. This Reddit user said that she felt used for her looks. Instead, when they looked at me, all they saw was my young good looks. It was all about my sexual market value. That's really all I was to them, my appearance, and that was the only thing about me of value to them.

I finally got wise and stopped dating much older guys, and if I had a time machine I'd go back and warn my younger self against doing it because in the same way it's a trope that rich guys hate it when gold diggers want them for their financial market value, I hated it that they just wanted me for my looks. Other Reddit users said that they ran out of things to talk about with their older man.

Eventually it got boring because our interests were so different we ran out of stuff to talk about. It was mostly just small talk like 'how was your day? Our schedules were completely different as well. It was weird. I would say sex drive [is one of the biggest issues we face]. He is a settled man who can go months, if not years, completely content with his hand. I am one of those people who enjoy sex two to three times a week.

I can't say we have really worked this out so much as slowly met in the middle. This Reddit user's parents decided to disown her because of it "[It's] like being in any other long-term relationship. Getty 2. Getty 3. Getty 4. Getty 5. Getty 6. Getty Well, there you have it - the truth about dating older men. Are you tempted?

She's dating me, and I'm 3 years younger, when she had other suitors who were as much as 3 and 4 years older. Some guy in his early 20's. I have more in common with women who are 5+ years younger than I, and my lifestyle and interests are such that I have an easier time meeting.

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