I'm 23 and a recent college graduate. People always tell me I look much younger though, about 17-19, and I get hit on by younger guys pretty frequently. They're always shocked when I tell them my real age and that I have a Bachelor's degree, but they usually seem to be impressed and turned on by it or they seem to just not care.
I'd have no problem with dating a younger guy or doing college activites, but I can't help but wonder why they'd be interested in me when they've got a whole college campus full of more convenient women right there. Plus, I always thought most guys generally prefer women their age or younger.
What do guys really think of older women? Is it a turn-on, dealbreaker or not an issue, and why?
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You're not that much older than them. Though, the maturity side of things can have a huge gap in-between ages 18-24. As for myself, I've always loved Cougars, or Pumas. Just because they're more mature, have their life in order (usually), are experienced, and aren't usually looking for long term with a younger guy. Met a lot of cougars, slept with a lot, and loved every minute of it.0