Songs about older women dating younger men
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.
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.
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.
A common rule of thumb when it comes to dating is that it’s OK to be interested in someone who is half your age, plus seven years.
Ivy Queen said she wrote the song about an experience many women share, noting that many people who see an older woman with a younger man think his motivation is money.Similar to their younger male counterparts, younger women have reflected this interest in older men.Women between 20 and 29 years old desire men who are up to 10 years their senior and no younger than up to three years."Menor Que Yo" (English: Younger Than Me) is a song by Puerto Rican reggaetón recording artist Ivy Queen, from the platinum edition of her sixth studio album, Sentimiento (2007).It was composed by Queen, produced by Escobar & Zoprano and released as the lead single from the album on March 8, 2008.