famously proclaimed 2009 as the year of the cougar.
The now well-known term wasn’t a reference to the Chinese calendar; rather, it was a bordering-on-crass idiom coined to define 40-plus women with a predilection for younger gentlemen.
Although the US-based magazine reasoned that the cougar-craze was a fad destined for cultural oblivion, the article offered up an intriguing explanation for the newfound popularity of older woman/younger man relationships.
Men don't talk about this, but this is what intelligent men innately crave, and they don't want anything less. They don't want to be with women who want to be with guys who don't respect them or who try to make them jealous all the time; they don't want to be with women who need to feel like there's a game that's being played.So, contrary to popular belief, men do want something real, even more real than what many women dream of! Men don't have low opinions of women because women are sluts and whores; but men have low opinions of women because they see how women compete with one another, pull one another down in order to rise above and backbite one another endlessly. He might be shorter, and yet able to drop you to your knees with a low command.” ― Cherise Sinclair “I believe that when a woman is given the chance to come to the defense of another woman, that is an opportunity that she should take in behalf of not only that woman; but in behalf of herself and all other women, everywhere.It's too late for me, but maybe you can learn from what I wish I knew when I was single.
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Or by showing him how happy you are for the good fortune of another woman and how much you admire her?
And if he doesn't appreciate that then he doesn't deserve you!
And it's not about other people and what they think is real; it's about just him and her and what they know is real.
But you can never fake making a man believe this is the kind of connection that you have with him, because you can't fake energies!
They see that and they think, "What kind of a species can do that to their own species?