Morgan man dating younger women rewritten contract backdating
Professor Madeleine Fugere is the author of The Social Psychology of Attraction and Romantic Relationships.She told The Debrief that her 'gut feeling' is that 'we become uncomfortable when the age difference [between a man and a woman] starts to resemble that which would occur between a father and daughter' and all that implies.“You have turned me from a girl to a woman’ she wrote, before adding ‘and to a house woman’ which she then punctuated with a laughing emoji.The pair are reported to have begun dating last year after he and his wife of 20 years parted ways.
Indeed, every time he has married his new wife has been younger than the last.The research found that the youngest age of prospective female partner that a man would consider remains the same – a woman in her 20s – no matter how old a man gets. This, said one of the study’s lead authors, is because ‘natural selection has probably shaped men’s sexual strategies to include a particular interest in highly fertile, young women’.However, it’s worth pointing out that this study actually confounds the idea that older men are only interested in younger women.An age gap can be good, it can be bad and it can be downright creepy.A young woman dating an older man is often romanticised but it can be very, very problematic too – take Lynn Barber’s story as told in An Education, for instance.
Fugere also told The Debrief that there is scientific evidence which suggests that ‘dad or shag’, whereby younger women find older man inexplicably attractive, is both a psychological and evolutionary phenomenon and not just a cultural cliché.