When it comes to men, love really knows no limits and is just a number.
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We all experience a first kiss, first partner, first sex, marriage, home, career, child, divorce, etc.
If you're at the end of this list, what on Earth could you have in common with someone near the beginning? When my divorce was final, I went out of my way to date women of different ages ranging anywhere from twenty-two to fifty-three years old.
Consider that over the last one hundred years, the average age difference between married couples is 3.5 years. With older women it was just the opposite — I was interested but did not feel attracted to them.
I tend to think that the combination of those factors (maturity and life experience included) takes precedence over whether or not your significant others gets your clever reference.
And while we're at it, can we retire lingo like "cougar" and "cradle-robber" (or grave-robber, as I've been called) — it condescends both parties in question and is on par with sticking a cutesy label on someone who dates outside of their own race or background, in my opinion.
With each woman I dated, things ended as quickly as they began.
In hindsight, the only thing I was clear on regarding the women I described was that I wanted to date and was initially attracted to them. It is a fairly accurate measurement that describes where you have been and what is left in front of you.