I've read a few posts from whiny women on other blogs about how pissed off they are because all the single men their age are looking for a younger woman. They say things like: "Are they intimidated by us?" "Are they suffering a mid-life crisis?" "Don't they realize that younger women are just interested in their wallets?"
Ive got one thing to say to that. In the last few years I've woken up with with a few different women and any that were even close to my age made me want to leave immediately. Face it ladies, most women over 45 are losing the race against age big-time, and you just aren't as attractive as a younger woman. Most of you have bags under your eyes, wrinkly skin, stretch marks, and no matter how much you work out at the gym, you're body pales in comparison to someone in their 20s or 30s. Besides, you probably have attitude and men hate women with attitudes.
You may be right, maybe younger women are just interested in my wallet, which is a pretty hefty size-but so what? I worked my ass off for it and if I want to be with a younger, attractive woman who will screw my brains out, then I'm going to. My recent fling has been with a 24 year old graduate student. She's bright, incredibly attractive, makes me feel good both mentally and physically and doesn't seem to care about my age. I just took her to Las Vegas for her first time and she now thinks I'm a god and treats me like one.
But don't despair ladies. Let's say you are 50 something. Try someone who is in his 70s or 80s. Hell, they are probably going to find you attractive and they'll pretty much put up with anyone or anything if you're good in the sack. But, if they are loaded, forget about it because when I was playing craps in Vegas, there was a guy next to me, late 70s playing in a wheel chair. This vision of beauty, maybe 30 at most, waltzed up to the table, gave him a hug and wheeled him away for dinner (so they said.) There wasn't a guy at that table including me,that didn't envy that old, lucky fart.
So quit the whining ladies and accept the facts. If someone your age has money, he isn't going to be interested in you.