- Easier for women
- Easier for men
Most Helpful Guys
I don't think divorce itself changes things that much.
So it's more a matter of how their relative dating positions changed vs. when they met. That depends a little on how they took care of themselves, career, etc.
I'd say all things being equal, if they got married in their 20's, and get divorced 10-20 years later, and both stayed in shape or both gained weight, the guy will see things better. The reason for that is not that women fall off a damn cliff, it's that women get a big boost in their 20's in terms of men after them, and that goes away, men slide a little with age, but don't peak as high or drop as fast. So if they were 'in each other's leagues' when they met, and nothing has changed except 15 years, he's probably out of her league now if his job has gone decently.
If his job fell apart, he will have dropped.
If she gained a ton of weight, she will have dropped.
If she got her ass in great shape and was a yummy mummy while he went to seed, she's gonna be fielding calls every night while he sits at home alone.
Most Helpful Girls
Once your divorced that's when it gets harder because now it makes others wonder what the hell do you or the other person do. It's not easy for anybody to find somebody after divorce. Thats why so many people cheat while still legally married and date other people to claim a spot.
That question makes no sense unless you are not heterosexual. If its easy for one... that means they are finding a partner (which just made it easy for the partner?). I think women have it easier finding casual sex - but don't think that was your question...