This is actually good, since having regrets because a man moved too quickly hurts more than being alone. So there's this huge disconnect between what over 50 men and women want from each other as daters.
I've known lots of boomer men who were still trying, but mostly failing, to extend their casual sex years beyond their physical capabilities. At 67, I'm having the best sex ever, and it's with a 63-year-old woman. It's not that men aren't interested in relationships, but rather that there are so many more choices for men than women, particularly online, that a man can easily become like a kid in a candy store with a bag of dimes, wanting to sample every sweet.
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What drives men over 50 to pursue women is as primal as social. Over 50 men are able to start second families, albeit with younger women, but not the other way around.
Making it worse, few men have close men friends to spend time with.
My point isn't what's fair or unfair, but rather that many boomer men date younger women exclusively, relegating a vast number of incredible boomer women to wonder if or when men will ever "get it" when it comes to what they're missing in terms of dating, sex and relationships with women their age.
I disagree since I was online, but I do agree there are more women than men online.But men are also driven to be in relationships for a reason just as big as sex: so they don't have to be alone.