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There seems to be a gender imbalance, vis-a-vis the packaging thing. All the women I know are tolerant of middle age showing itself in a chap.
We quite like a late flowering, in fact: the silvering, the smile lines, the coming of bodily sturdiness. We read these as s that life has been lived and enjoyed. We read them as indicators of substance, of being substantial. They are highly focused on the packaging.
Yes, I was gorgeous, ish, for a while, and self-absorbed, and shallow, and inexperienced, and over-sensitive and dull. No man I know has ever been told that his powers, his allure, his charm have faded, and that he has to face up to that redundancy. Many women I know in their 50s talk about their invisibility in public places. I get these impulses and then I buy another stupid snake-oil anti-ageing cream. They are not looking in shop windows.
They are not looking at me. They are looking at women half their age. Online dating is giving these idiots the impression that they can snag a honey. Most of them have no chance, of course.
Men like youth. They like long hair. They like colour. They like slender, as well.
Mid-life ex-wife Online dating. Why are older men looking at women half their age?
It's disheartening. Stella Grey. Sat 21 Feb I spoke to my friend Jack about this.
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