To state the obvious, I have a thing for dating older men.Sure, I’ve had a few boyfriends around my age (Hi Peter! ), but they never stole my breath like the older ones did.That’s why I recommend that women shouldn’t overlook a man strictly because of his age. Despite the cliche, men really do age like a fine red wine.Because you never know if the best lover of your life is waiting behind those grey hairs, wrinkles, and pleated slacks. Their flavor becomes more complex, deep — and in the best scenarios — a whole lot richer.And if you didn’t tell your boyfriend to not to burp in your face, then he will continue to do so much to the horror of his future girlfriends.Older men have had this sense shook, slapped, spit, and forced into them by their past girlfriends.
Because to most older men, sex isn’t about ejaculation. The female body isn’t just another notch on the bedpost. It has it’s own needs and deserves to be pleased beyond a fast fingerbang or nipple suck.But the second I see a well-dressed, distinguished man walking my direction…well smack my ass and call me Judy.Dating an older man isn’t always a walk in the park (although older men fucking loooooove walking around parks).Don’t get me wrong — I’m not saying that all men above age 30 or 40 are excellent lays. But chances are, your old dog has probably learned a few dick tricks over the years and is more than eager to show them to you.I hate to break it to you honey, but you’re probably not his first love. But if you can overlook the romantic or sexual history of your new beau, it becomes apparent that the past actually be a good thing.And the truth is, it takes years or even decades for most men to understand this.It takes sexual experiences and failures and past lovers to learn exactly what it takes to become a good lover.Like anything in life, there are some disadvantages to consider.People are naturally curious about other people’s lives. Since then, I’ve slept with over 40 men and one woman.And out of all my partners, only one was younger than me.