Posts tagged "younger men"

10 Reasons To Nab Yourself A Younger Man

've always assumed that in my single hunt, I should be aiming high. And when I say "high," I mean "older." People love to tell me how I need an older, more mature man to appreciate me. And admittedly, I have been a somewhat ageist dater. But lately, many of my single lady friends are…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 17, 2011

Ladies, Marrying A Younger Man Can Kill You

According to an article in Science Daily, Demi Moore probably won't be with us much longer. Seriously, though, studies show that women who get hitched to younger dudes have a lower life expectancy than chicks who score a spouse their own age. On the flip side, men with younger wives tend to live longer. Life…

By: Nikki Dowling / May 13, 2010

Dear Wendy: The Young Hot Stud Vs. The Older Rich Guy

I recently broke up with my ex of four (on and off) years. Although I loved him like I never loved anyone before, we were having too many issues, we were always arguing and fighting (in public sometimes) and he could be verbally abusive at times. He's only 24 which is four years younger tha…

By: Wendy Atterberry / October 15, 2009

Ashton And Demi May Be Hazardous To Each Other’s Health

A study at Germany's Max Planck Institute has found that men who marry older women are more likely to die early than men who marry younger woman. Likewise, women who marry men 7 to 9 years older — or, get this, 7 to 9 years younger — increase their chances of dying early by a…

By: Wendy Atterberry / June 2, 2009

First Time For Everything: Dating A Younger Man

I have forever dated older men. Some by a year. Others by four years. Another by ten years. My theory came to be that ten years might be the ideal age difference. I felt five years older than my age, and men were usually about five maturity years younger than their actual age, so if…

By: Natalie Krinsky / December 15, 2008

Young Men Are Where It’s At For Kim Cattrall

Kim Cattrall is 51, and her boyfriend of four years is 23 years younger than her. That means he would have just been born when she was finishing college. But that ain't no thing for Kim, who said, "I find a lot of men can't always keep up with me!" What do you think about…

By: Catherine Strawn / May 7, 2008