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According to the piece, the main driving force that brought cougars in from the wilderness was Hollywood.
Indeed, shows like Sex in the City paint a more sophisticated picture of mature woman’s sexuality.
Their findings revealed that whilst both partners were content with their relationship, they still worried about how others judged them.
Also, women expressed concern over the prospect of ageing and whether it would affect their partner’s attraction to them.
Instead it’s a jocular reaffirmation of man’s traditional role as father-figure and provider of material wealth (and woman’s role as recipient).
Around about the same time cougardom exploded into the mainstream, social scientists became increasingly immersed in researching age-dissimilar couples where the woman is the older party.
First off, the very word ‘cougar’ is most certainly moot.
Whilst still packed with hidden meaning, ‘sugar daddy’ isn’t nearly as derogatory as its big-cat counterpart.If that's the case, then it's time for you to explore the hidden pleasures of an age gap relationship.Older men can bring an exciting new dimension to relationships.READ MORE: Happily in an older woman/younger man relationship? The trio behind the project were sure to report that “vast age differences, especially in woman-older relationships, clearly violate the norms of this society”. 40 years ago, writer and activist Susan Sontag penned ‘The Double Standard of Ageing’ for the now defunct Saturday Review3.In the native New Yorker’s opinion, mature women are routinely subject to much stricter norms when it comes to picking sexual partners. Yet it’s not all cradle snatching and oedipal gloom for older women dating younger men.
Why is it still such a sensational topic and what are the perks (and pitfalls) of entering into partnership where age knows no bounds?