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The Joys of Loving an Older Man

Want to live the best possible life and be cared for in special ways? Find yourself an older man and savor every day.

While everyone is looking for youth these days, give me an older guy. There’s so much more richness, understanding, knowledge and depth to someone who has lived life a little longer, savored it, and then is able to share it in a multitude of ways. I’ve been married to one of them for 24 years, if that doesn’t give me authority. More than that, I know a lot of these older guys; and they are truly wonderful folk. So listen up girls, here’s your chance for a relationship that you’ll relish.

Older men usually don’t give in to the hustle. Sure there are those who are out on that mid-life crisis binge, the adolescents who didn’t have enough adolescence and need to continue the drama. But those guys are easy to spot, so just plain stay away from the group. Most older men aren’t like that anyway. The older man wants that walk in the moonlight, the hand holding, the long, slow kisses, the soft music, the candle light dinners and the whole enchilada. The older man will bring flowers, candy, remember birthdays and court, if not on the knees literally certainly emotionally and plenty.

Wondering about good it can get at those special moments that Cialis commercials describe. Most older guys get it without it, but even those with the little pills make your heart sing in the sack. That long, slow, easy, gentle, understanding approach that picks you up in the daytime will be the warm covers at night.

Want to live sublimely into old age? Share it with an older man. Laugh at corny jokes. Watch television into the wee hours, and fall asleep in front of it, with the cat on both pairs of feet. Eat popcorn. Share slippers. Laugh at lines and think them like badges of merit worn on the face so that everyone knows you lived fully and richly. Older men have those lines, deeply etched into neck and brows and cheeks that like a Renaissance portrait take good looks and transform them into an elegance profound.

Now here’s my best advice. If you don’t have an older man, go get one. And if you have one, keep him. Because, as that old song says, those good ones are hard to find.

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  1. Niocle

    On November 4, 2008 at 7:09 pm


    I have always loved older men. They are just great and the sex is good.

  2. Neci

    On April 21, 2009 at 8:09 am


    I MET THIS GUY AND HE IS GREAT! THE ONLY PROBLEM IS THAT HE IS 28 YEARS OLD, AND PRETTY SOON HE IS ABOUT TO BE 29. IM SO IN LOVE WITH HIM, HE TAKES CARE OF ME, HE IS JUST THERE FOR ME. I WANNA BE WITH HIM SO BAD, HE MAKES ME HAPPY!!! IM JUST SO IN LOVE!!!!

  3. OLder woman, not ancient

    On May 16, 2009 at 2:42 am


    Then, if you are that much in love with him, WHAT IS HOLDING YOU BACK FROM YOUR TRUE FEELINGS??? are you afraid of what others may think, than if you are, weigh it and then decide, are you afraid of what your family may think, then please take the same advise as before. My point is, if you really really know that you can picture yourself with this man in 40 plus yrs, then proclaim your love. Who cares what some people may think.

  4. Pam

    On June 30, 2009 at 8:48 am


    I am 47 and have recently started seeing a man who is 70… going on 18. He is an AMAZING lover, very kind, generous, and we seem to be very compatable so far. This article is right on.

  5. someone in love...

    On July 9, 2009 at 5:55 am


    This is an amazing feeling.. He is 44 and I am 25. AGe differance of 19years and we are so in love. more and more every day! go out and get your older man!!!

  6. Princesa

    On July 11, 2009 at 7:51 pm


    I’m 25 and my guy is 51, he’s the most amazing person out there, and the most incredible lover. So much experience and wisdom, i find that soo attractive. We has sooo much in common. We are both sooo in love with eachother. This article is right on!!!!

  7. Babe

    On July 13, 2009 at 1:48 pm


    I’m 28 and he’s 58. The love of my life. He’s the best guy I’ve ever dated, screwed, loved.

  8. lovebird

    On August 9, 2009 at 12:19 am


    I am 29 dating a man that is 63 and he is on his way to becoming the love of my life. I can see us going through special life events together and I can’t picture anyone else. I agree with this article 100%. The respect, care and love that I have received and give is genuine. He opens my door at stores, restaurants and in and out of the car. I am trying to slow down and let the chivalry continue. He believes in treating women with respect and as ladies, not property. Our first outing was on a beach and we held hands and kissed. He was not trying to draw attention like young guys. His kisses are tender and full of true passion. I tried to fight my feelings for this man because of his age. My heart ached for his love and I let myself love and be loved. His age is not an issue and he includes me in his future plans. I know that we will have a happy life together. If you are approached by an older man, give it a shot. As long as he is respectful and treats you like a queen(like mine). Remember that you are dating him, not society or your family.

  9. Inay

    On September 9, 2009 at 1:10 am


    Hi! Im 27yrs old n in love with a 54yr old.he is the best thing that could have happened…loving,caring,true,fun,respect..u name it!the only problem is that im not sure his/my family will accept it.we plan 2 get kids in 2yrs.also im african and he’s white.we’re barely 6months,but honestly,ive never felt mo happy!he plans 2 retire in 2yrs but i wona continue working.im not sure he’ll let me.he is financially well off,but im jus not the housewife kind.pls advice

  10. gulia

    On April 29, 2010 at 5:55 pm


    I am with an older man Im 23 and hes 46. I love his saggy balls slapping up against my young tight pussy, don’t ask me y, but I trulu love it, and the way his nick hangs down past his nipples, it reminds me of a deformed rooster, awwwwwwwwwww

  11. babyrhian

    On November 14, 2010 at 10:55 pm


    hi, i married an older guy half of my age. We are so in love with one another but as time goes by i can see the age difference, the likes and the dislikes, we always fight most of the time because of different principles and opinions. It’s hard i feel like divorcing him but on the other hand i cannot see my life without him…i love him so much…i really don’t know what to do.

  12. Blubbs

    On December 20, 2011 at 1:11 am


    HI I am 18 and he is 52. :) I am Asian from Malaysia and he is American from San Francisco. He is perfect but a bit hot-tempered. But I love him and he gives me everything. He is amazing and he cares so much about me. I am so spoiled and I can’t live without him. My parents first didn’t agree with our relationship. But he came to see me and met my parents and the see now that he’s a good guy. But other people judge us. Other people and family members. They talked to my parents and said that he’s going to ruin my future, he’s probably a criminal and trying to kidnap ur daughter and many more bad things. My parents are ashamed and they started to get into my nerves. But I tell them no I love him and I want only him. But everyday, people will say bad things about him and that hurts me to death. I am only 18 and this is too tough. He is an amazing perfect guy though.

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