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"Women worry about their boobs sagging and I think the natural hang looks great." But Jones isn't only into nonagenarians.His other girlfriend, who also appears in the video, is only 68.
American journalist Kate Bolick wrote recently in The Atlantic about breaking off her three-year relationship with a man she described as ”intelligent, good-looking, loyal and kind”. I see a poetic yet sad symmetry in this: the women who rejected the introverted, budding alpha in their 20s now seek them in their 30s—but can’t have them because they’re dating younger, more attractive versions of themselves. Courtship really is a petri dish of anthropology and evolutionary psychology.She acknowledged ”there was no good reason to end things”, yet, at the time, she was convinced something was missing in the relationship. The other point being made in the article is that many women who spend their 20’s becoming powerful and independent (education, salary, etc.) often end up unhappy in their 30s.This is because when they finally achieve independence and look for men who have done the same, the realize they’re not looking for powerful, independent women in their 30s; they’re looking for attractive women in their 20s that will make .This entire wicked game of courtship and mating is a disease that comes with our mortal, animal nature.He's a young Romeo for women who were actually alive to remember where they were when Shakespeare wrote the play.But the 31-year-old says he just likes his girlfriends with a little experience.
Kyle Jones, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is featured in a video by U.K.-based Barcroft TV talking about the older women he dates, one of whom is nearly three times his age.The video opens with Jones passionately kissing his 91-year-old girlfriend, great-grandmother Marjorie Mc Cool."I sometimes feel like he's another son...until we hop into bed," Mc Cool says.Jones denies he's out to get an inheritance and he's been attracted to older women since he was 12 or 13."The things they're self-conscious about is what I'm into," Jones said.