Why do younger men go for older broads?
Cougars have a thing for male college grads, and vice versa.
This is also called a “Benny and Mrs. Robinson” relationship, from the old film, The Graduate, starring a young Dustin Hoffman, and Anne Bancroft.
This was a popular film back in the day.
The theme track song, Mrs. Robinson, recorded by Simon and Garfunkle, was awarded two Grammy Awards at the 11th Annual Grammy Awards in 1969. It became the first rock song to win Record of the Year, and it also was awarded the Grammy for Best Contemporary-Pop Performance – Vocal Duo or Group.
“Jesus loves you more than you will know.”
I’ve seen many women in their 30’s and 40’s with younger guys, sometimes much younger guys. They always do their thing for several months or maybe a year, and then they’re both on to their next partners. No regrets there. Many of them remain as Friends With Benefits™.
Have you ever wondered why the Benny and Mrs. Robinson type of relationship is a thing?
For one thing, men in their early twenties, and women in their mid-thirties are both in their peak libido phase. So it doesn’t take much to get the fire roaring between them.
Younger men haven’t yet developed an effective Skittles Game with younger chicks.
Meanwhile, women in their thirties get down to business pretty fast – something which younger men are quite grateful for, and quick to jump on.
Also, older women find it easy to manipulate younger, inexperienced men, which feeds their fallen, feral desire for control over men.
I feel sorry for those guys who marry into it, like the French president, Micron and his bag.
Guys should be trying to get close to the ½ + 7 Rule in their choice of a LTR partner. But B + Mrs. R setups are seldom long term.
Do you think those older Mrs. Cougar Robinsons’ are doing their Beta Benny’s a favor in relieving their sexual tensions and thereby helping them get through a dry patch in college?