The world has a problem with older women
It’s not just about how older women look, but how they feel about themselves. When you’re 62 and you’re still getting hit on by 20-year-olds, you feel like an old hag. When your friend is 46 and she’s still getting hit on by guys who are in their 20s, she doesn’t feel that way at all.
This is because women tend to lose their sex appeal as they grow older. Their skin loses elasticity, their muscles weaken, and wrinkles appear on their skin. Body odor also becomes noticeable in older women. They also look different compared to when they were young because of the changing shape of their body parts. They are often told to dress up well and wear make-up and perfume so they don’t look old.
The reason is simple: the attention of a man to a younger woman is always more intense and significant than that of an older woman. It’s just what happens over time, and it’s not to be taken lightly.
However, older women must not forget that they will always going to have an edge in terms of sex appeal. They’re going to get more attention from men who respect them for their experience and intelligence, as well as their age (and therefore wisdom). This is true whether you’re talking about men who are in their twenties, thirties, forties, or fifties. And the younger guys will notice this first thing—they’ll be looking for it, and they’ll find it.
So what does it mean when a woman feels like she’s too old for sex? It means that they’ve got some work to do. But they can do it! They have the power to change this—they just need to shift their thinking. And I know that when I tell my older friends to go out and have fun with men who are just as interested in them as they are in each other, they often end up doing it.
That said, there are some things that older women can do to help improve their image and make them more appealing in the eyes of men: they can lose weight, get toned muscles, try new hairstyles and makeup techniques (like fake eyelashes), and wear sexy clothes that show off what they’ve got!
|About the Author |
Maddhvi Chakravarthy is a final-year Gender Studies student. She is not religious and leans to the left.
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