Dating older rmen
It wasn't the first time I'd looked after a drunken youngster who found it easier to confide in me than his mum about his problems and my place was close, so I agreed.Amanda Platell thinks that something is going on with young men these days - and that it's not so much the fact that they want to date older woman as that they DON'T want to have to commit to younger women This was no filial embrace.So there must be something going on with young men these days. But he explained that it starts out fun, but before you know it they're dragging you into Baby Gap via the jeweller's, which these men just aren't ready for.It's well known that people are marrying later and later: the average age for a man is 32 and a woman 30.At first I thought he was just being chatty, then it became clear - to my astonishment - he was chatting me up.He wanted to take me to dinner back in London, to bed, to heaven.You name it, he wanted it.'Because older women are more fun, they don't agonise all the time and analyse everything, they don't hassle you to meet the parents a week after you have sex, they don't want kids, they don't send you angry text messages at 3am, they don't want commitment.'One chap I spoke to, who has political ambitions, was openly mercenary.He said the great thing about going out with someone like me was the fact I could introduce him to all my contacts and take him into a world that no young woman ever could.
On Wednesday, the sisters were spotted out on a double date at Madison Square Garden—Mary-Kate with her 47-year-old husband, Olivier Sarkozy, and Ashley with her new beau, the over-50 art collector and financier Richard Sachs.This levels the playing field a bit more.'We hit the floor, he clearly believing himself to be the reincarnation of Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing.And despite my flailing efforts, he kept telling me what a great mover I was on the dancefloor.But after a few years of sexual education - and being subsidised by someone with the financial wherewithal to pay for the lifestyle he aspires to - isn't it inevitable that the younger man will ultimately skidaddle when he finally feels like settling down?Keren Smedley, who is also author of Live The Life You Love At 50 , says: 'It's true that the majority of people want children at some point - many men get to their early 40s and suddenly realise this is what they want after all.He also said some females seem to prefer texts to sex.Why is it, he asked, that they analyse every word, searching for hidden meanings, getting hysterical if he puts only one 'x' at the end of a message instead of three?This isn’t the first fish in the art-world sea that Ashley has fallen for—this summer she briefly dated 59-year-old painter George Condo.Whether famed artist, financier, or banker, though, the Olsens’ men always seem to have one thing in common: They’re all strikingly older than the petite former child stars.There has been an incredible shift since the Fifties when three-quarters of women and half of all men had tied the knot by their mid-20s.Many men still aren't ready to commit by their mid-30s, it seems to me.