It’s Friday, and that means answer time! For those of you who have commented with questions from previous ManFAQs, thank you. I’m adding yours to the list of questions women have asked about men over the years, and I will answer them all in turn – to continue to demystify the more malodorous gender for those of the gentler. Actual questions, posed by real women, and answered by a REAL man. What could go wrong?
Question: Why do some men like younger or older women?</p>
Answer: Good question! It has to do with the age of the man in question. You see, it’s a known fact that men and women are two completely different species that just happen to be mutually procreative. In most other respects, they have very little in common – and this ManFAQ stands as proof of that. In particular, their sex drives mature and adapt at wildly different rates.
The men hit puberty in their teens, and as the testes drop they throw the engines into high gear. It’s go, go, go for the next 10 years, pretty much non-stop. (If you want proof of this, find any guy between 18 and 24, open your eyes really wide and say, “Tell me about your muscles.” It’s like putting a rabbit in a tiger cage; he will stop everything he’s doing and give you his undivided attention.) Once into their 30s and 40s, most men start tapering off. “I’ve got what you need, baby, and I’m going to give it to you! Then I’m going to give it to you again – maybe tomorrow, maybe Thursday, I don’t know, but I’m going to do it again REAL SOON now!”
Right. Women, on the other hand, are often socialized into thinking about sex a lot in their early twenties (since it’s thrown at them from every magazine in the checkout aisle), but studies indicate that most of them really hit their sexual stride in their late 30s or early 40s. So, the older gent who’s dating a 20-something young thing has the right idea – they probably both want to have wonderful Hey Hey, maybe twice a month or so. The 22-yr-old stud, on the other hand, has just realized the cougar he caught by the tail knows more about Hey Hey than he does and can wear him out. Once she realizes that he can’t carry on a conversation that involves having his clothes on, she’ll probably dump him, but he won’t forget.
Now you know. Please, feel free to comment with any questions you’d like answered!</p>