Dating older men and women
From 51-year-old Tom Cruise fighting aliens in Edge of Tomorrow alongside 31-year-old Emily Blunt, to the 36 year-old Ryan Gosling dancing with 28 year-old Emma Stone in La La Land, to Scarlett Johansson’s, well...her entire career, it’s become something of a cliché that, as the male leads get older, the female leads get younger.” A woman doesn’t need to teach an older guy how to tie a bow tie or help him figure out his suit-jacket size.He knows his style basics, and what clothes best work with his look.And God knows there’s plenty of evidence that women can happily find romance with younger beaus.(Just look at Amy Schumer, Julianne Moore, Katie Couric, Kate Hudson, and countless others.) But the reality is that numerous studies—including a recent Finnish study of more than 12,000 people—have revealed that a lot of younger women do in fact prefer their romantic matches to be older.If you're lucky he could also be well on his way to early retirement.
)Now, we at Best Life definitely aren’t saying that the perfect real-life relationship should mirror any onscreen trends.He can cut out of work early on a Friday for an impromptu weekend getaway or take a leisurely lunch with a date without having to worry about a boss breathing down his neck.He's also, when he wants to be, really, really good at acting like he's in his 20s.They are also more interested in starting a family: An analysis of 10,000 men and women found that men who had partners six years younger than themselves had the greatest number of children (an average of 2.2 children per couple).Even if they don’t have the youthful energy of their juniors, older men know what they’re doing in bed.