Is it really better for men to date women in their 20s due to the simple math? Do you agree with this or not?

Under 30: Caylee Cowan
Under 30: Caylee Cowan
Under 30: Elle Fanning
Under 30: Elle Fanning

https://www.entoin.com/entertainment/blonde-actresses-under-30

In her 20s versus in her 30s: Scarlett Johansson
In her 20s versus in her 30s: Scarlett Johansson
In her 20s versus in her 30s: Jennifer Lawrence
In her 20s versus in her 30s: Jennifer Lawrence

This was something I brought up in another post using logic, but I'm unsure if I 100% believe it.

If you seek out a woman in her 20s, she's very likely to be at the peak of her beauty and attractiveness (usually; not always.) But women physically peak at 23, and by the time they're 30, are far less attractive than they used to be, by at least 33% (meaning a 7.5 looking woman is a 5 by the time she's 30+.)

Women can be mature and a good person in their 20s, and they can also be mature and a good person in their 30s. One might think an older female partner is far more likely to be a good and mature woman in her 30s. But today's society shows that isn't necessarily true and that Millennial females aren't exact "grown women" nowadays. It really does depend on the person.

Under the BEST circumstances, you have a 50-50 chance of finding a good woman out there (although realistically, it's probably way lower; but let's be optimistic here and say it's as high as 50% of the women out there are good enough to date.)

But more women seem to mature after the age of 23. If they aren't mature by 24 to 26, they likely won't be mature into their 30s, either. Meaning, it's possible to find a mature woman in her 20s who has both looks and personality. More likely if they're over 23 but under 30.

So you've got a 50% chance - at best - of finding someone who has a good personality and is mature for their age. But as women age past 23, they become far and far less physically attractive, and many women are no longer attractive by the time they're 30 (especially Liberal/left-leaning women, to be honest.)

50% chance of finding an attractive, good woman in her 20s, versus a 25% chance of finding an attractive, good woman in her 30s.
50% chance of finding an attractive, good woman in her 20s, versus a 25% chance of finding an attractive, good woman in her 30s.

SUMMARY:
Most women in their 20s are likely to be at the peak of their looks, meaning you've only got to worry about them being a good person or not. While with women in their 30s, you've got to worry about them being a good person AND not looking like a grandma. It's more logical to go after women in their 20s than women in their 30s.

I think life is a little more complicated than this, however the basic logic seems to fit.
But is it true? Do you agree with this logic?

Inspired by this question here.

Is it really better for men to date women in their 20s due to the simple math? Do you agree with this or not?
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