Women in their mid-20s to early 30s are prime for baby-making, but “younger men don’t have the ‘dad” gene in them until they get to be more established and mature,” says New York City-based matchmaker Janis Spindel.
So if you want kids, it could be several years until your youthful partner is ready to face the reality of raising one.
In some cases, the guy is just drawn to a woman who takes care of him, but beware that some men may be true gold diggers looking for a free ride or to be taken care of financially, she adds.
Being the breadwinner may not matter to you if, say, he makes an amazing dinner every night so you don’t have to worry about cooking or he’s a great handyman and has updated your entire apartment, but only you can decide that.
' The questions just seemed to keep on coming" says 34-year-old Amelia.
And then you learn that the same year you graduated college, he was wrapping up his freshman year—of high school.
We lived in the moment and, in hindsight, that probably wasn't very wise." Sarah and her partner have considered the future: "There are going to be obvious physical differences as he gets older, and I know he will probably pass before me, but we are a great partnership and I will always be there for him.
We make it count while we are able and fit to do so." Websites promising "mutually beneficial relationships" are becoming more commonplace in today's society.
Add the fact that younger guys have more stamina, and you just may have a match made in orgasm heaven.“A younger man has more energy and is more willing to try things,” says Lindsay Slosberg, dating expert for the app Let’s Date.
“In turn, doing new things increases dopamine in the brain, triggering a desire to spend more time together and assisting in lighting your sexual fire.”An even bigger bedroom bonus?