If you feel the same way as I do, most relationships you’ll have will be with younger women (under age 33 or so) simply because most women over 33 won’t ever get to the point of having a relationship you, because they’ll insist on making you wait too long for sex, causing you to next them and go have sex with the 26 year-old around the corner who make you wait. In terms of keeping a reliable schedule for meets and dates, younger women are difficult, and VYW are extremely difficult.
Of course you could follow a more traditional, beta male type of dating, where you have five or more dates before you have sex (ugh, kill me), and thus get more relationships with older women, but getting to sex slowly like that isn’t what this blog or my books are about. Older women, even those who are single mothers, tend to be more reliable and less flaky.
Things that used to be enjoyable to her, like sex on the first or second date, or very casual sexual relationships, are now suddenly horrible and largely unacceptable.
That doesn’t mean dating women over 33 is 100% bad.
In this article and this one I discuss the things about dating women over 33 and how to navigate some of the problems they present.
“Younger” women, therefore, are women age 32 and under.
Ryan Cragun, a sociology professor at the University of Tampa (who also happens to be ex-LDS) considers it an unexpected byproduct of the growing importance of the mission in the life of Mormon men; faced with the choice to serve or not (at a young age when they may not be fully ready to commit), many have chosen to leave.
The more pressure to serve, the more they feel obligated to leave altogether if they don’t meet this requirement (rather than remain and lose status in the community).
There are great things about dating older women, and very bad things. First, as always, we need to get our definitions straight. Longtime readers know that in general, I separate the “older” vs. As I’ve discussed many times here, when a woman crosses over age 33 (if not sooner), her ASD spikes into the stratosphere and her entire attitude about dating, men, and sex changes forever.The article is partly a book review of Date-onomics, a book that breaks down dating trends by demographics.Not only is it harder to find a partner when the numbers are uneven; it radically changes behaviors between the sexes in ways that disadvantage the majority sex!Younger women are more likely to go along with any agenda you set for them than older women, who tend to be strongly opinionated and set in their ways.(Older men are the same, by the way, including me.) As always, the younger the woman, the more compliant she tends to be (though there are certainly exceptions, particularly in the sugar daddy world). Drama – Older women win here; not by much, but they do.