question for older women
Posted Mon Jan 07, 2013 06:03 PM
Posted Mon Jan 07, 2013 06:33 PM
For some, it can be flattering that a young lad finds them attractive.
It can also be an escape from dullness.
Lack of maturity and experience can put many off but others might find that attractive.
Not my thing, I prefer my own age.
Posted Mon Jan 07, 2013 06:59 PM
Posted Tue Jan 08, 2013 05:34 PM
when i was 20 i met a married 31 year old online. i've always had a thing for older women as well. the fantasy of it all and got the better of me. so we met up
and it was a thrill, we met again and continued internet chatting and phone calls. we then met up at her place and had sex. it was all a great thrill and exciting because she was married and it was like this big secret affair. we even met at a hotel and fucked into the night. we used to meet up once a week, watch a movie and have sex.
she wanted more than a secret affair and me being young and weak gave in to her. i was hoping it justed as a secret thing with nothing more. she ended up leaving her husband, which she says she was going to anyway. it was a bad time of my life. i should never had even met up with her. she turned out to be a conniving and manipulative bitch. so it all ended bad. i won't go into those details.
my advice to you is, be very very careful. you play with fire and you 'can' get burnt. women older than you are in a different stage of life and want things differently to you. often things you're not prepared to offer. they know they are older and can manipulate you quite easily. even when you think you got things under control. before you know it, you're screwed. so i would say set out very very clear limits where you are willing to go. you have to be very ruthless and be prepared to hurt her because she can be manipulative. the other thing is, women can/will use sex to manipulate you, as she did with me.
you can leave her, but you'll lose having great sex. not all women, but some women will use this against you. what's in it for her? the woman i was with had a kid quite young and missed out on some youthful escapades and i made her feel young again.
i'll stop here. but be very very careful. it can start of being fun, but she will slowly over a long period of time change what she wants.
i'm happy to answer questions about this.
Posted Tue Jan 08, 2013 06:03 PM
Posted Tue Jan 08, 2013 06:11 PM
Totally agree...no desire for younger men, just have nothing in common, for those ladies who do, fair enough, just not for me.
I am sure some younger Males on here think us "older ladies" are grateful for their attention.
In my case...no thanks, keep trying and good luck.
Posted Tue Jan 08, 2013 08:16 PM
I met a lovely woman, 20 years older than I was, a while back at my boss's birthday party. Soon after my arrival we started flirting. It was a lot of fun as it was the first time an older woman openly flirted with me like that, so the novelty of the situation made it really exciting. The whole night, my boss and her friends were checking us out to see what we were up to, which instead of making it awkward, made it even more exciting and daring.
I should mention that it was a difficult time for me, having been trough a bad break up with a long time girlfriend and other stuff going on. It felt great having someone wanting me SO much, and when I say so much I mean forbidden fruit type of thing, as opposed to women I would normally go for, used to being hit on all the time to the point of saturation. In return she really enjoyed having someone young finding her attractive and giving her all the attention.
To cut a long story short, when the other guests started leaving, we started kissing which is when she whispered: 'If you weren't so young I'd take you home and fuck you' which she ended up doing anyway
I must confess: the sex wasn't great. I realised (but too late) that I enjoyed the challenge/fantasy more than the actual outcome.
We saw each other a couple of times afterward. It was very uncomfortable because she wanted to have sex again and I didn't, and that's where it ended.
…take what you want from this, and good luck!