She echoes Urban Cougar Brenda, "We have fun." Women like Susan and Brenda no longer worry about society viewing them as "cradle robbers" for snatching up younger men in an era when online dating sites like and are geared exclusively toward facilitating these intergenerational hook-ups.
As syndicated sex advice columnist Dan Savage wrote in his blog on chemistry.com, "Older women/younger man couples have always existed but used to be barely tolerated and rarely acknowledged.
By doing this, you’ll be doing yourself a disservice. You’re too young to settle for someone who isn’t right for you.
Some men chase younger women as a way of making themselves feel younger or to stroke their own ego by bagging a young hottie.
You may feel you have to fit into his world since he’s older, wiser and set in his ways.What's different about the Hutchinson-Stodden marriage and the Cox-Catsimatidis wedding is that the grooms were willing to enter so publicly into relationships with teenagers, with the apparent approval of their brides' parents.Catsimatidis, who is now 21, told that her father "wouldn't have given me up to anyone else," while Stodden's mother Krista was quoted as saying, "We are totally supportive of this marriage.People today are less threatened by difference and more open to discussing what makes people happy." Meet Today's "Younger Man" If The Graduate were to be updated, the Dustin Hoffman character would be less pounced-upon and more of an equal-opportunity pouncer: A poll conducted by the online dating service mate1found that 65 percent of men in their 20s actively seek out women who are older by five years or more. But not every cougar (a hot woman several years older than you) is Mrs.