Most Helpful Guys
When women get past childbearing years, many of them still maintain financial qualifications for who they date. At this age, they aren't thinking about supporting a family on one paycheck, but they are thinking about retirement and how many trips they can take.
When I was online dating, it was quite common to see women say that they did not want to date a guy who earned less than $100,000 per year.
I dated a woman who had no retirement plans and no entitlement to Social Security. When she made it clear that she expected me to support her so that she could soon retire, we broke up.
I dated a woman who is 82 years old. She is looking for old guys with lots of money for her to inherit when they die. She has already done that twice, lives in a very, very nice condo on the beach, travels two or three times per year, and really doesn't need more money, but her behavior is a habit and not a conscious plan.
I have had women ask me on a third date about retirement accounts, investment properties, etc.
I would never think of asking a woman such questions. If I fall in love with her, I will accept her as she is - rich, poor, or in between.
@Logorithim, have you had that experience with women of your generation?
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the women who couldnt admit women chose both 😂😂
Most Helpful Girl
I'd rather date a delicious looking man of whose financial status is unknown to me. But I'm older than him anyway.