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Men are dying to date this 51-year-old woman who looks half her age
Men are dying to date this year-old woman who looks half her age | Metro News
I got a cheeky anonymous email recently: "I'd like to commission an article on the plight of sexually invisible middle aged men. I thought you'd be the perfect person to do it. But it reminded me of the reality that aging men do experience anxiety about our own diminishing attractiveness. It's hardly news to point out that men are more concerned about their bodies than ever before, but the fear of visibly aging is no longer limited to women, if it ever was. The truth is, however, that the "sexual invisibility" felt by many older men is really about becoming less attractive to young women. It's a lament I've heard from many of my male peers, who complain that they don't get "checked out" as often as they claim they once did. Women over 35 often report the same thing.
Why are older men looking at women half their age?
While most women prefer intercourse with a man their own age or older, men would like to make love to younger women — no matter what their own age. A study at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim also found male students hankering for partners younger than themselves. The female students in the study preferred older partners.
Nine-teen men and twenty-one women, regarded as representative for the healthy seventy-five-year-old urban population were subjected to tests of lower and upper extremity function. The results were compared with those in the same probands at the age of The investigation included tests of muscular isometric and isokinetic strength in knee-extension and flexion, isometric strength in key-grip, transversal volar grip, elbow-extension and flexion.