Let’s Talk About Cougars For A Moment
I have little to no experience when it comes to cougars. Once, I covered a Cougar Convention in LA which was, basically, just a strange high school-like dance that included women over 40 and men under 30. It was, to be frank, more sad than anything else. So that event, along with Stiffler’s mother, is all I really know about this whole MILF, cougar, whatever-the-next-phrase-is phenomenon.
But this news article has me thinking once again about the whole concept. Here’s the highlights copy-and-pasted below:
A new journal article suggests that evolution pushes women to be more sexual than man. University of Texas psychologist David Buss who authored the article said that the women in their 30s and 40s are more sexually active than younger women.
The study says that the women aged 27-45 have more sexual fantasies than the women aged 18-26. In addition, the older women also look for more sex. The study suggests that the older women are more willing to have casual sex, most probably one-night stands.
See, guys. So, it’s not that cougars are actually scorned older women who have been left by their husbands for younger, tighter looking females. And it’s not career-driven women who are too busy and focused on their jobs to settle down with a man and have kids. It’s scientific. It’s EVOLUTION!
So, here’s the question for you gentlemen out there: what are you experiences with cougars? Anyone have any testimonials they’d like to share in the comments below? Let’s examine this cougar phenomenon!
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.