The cougar, writes Gibson, is someone whose "social and emotional life just happens to match up with what many young men want--hot, satisfying sex with someone who won't be a lifetime or live-in partner.
It doesn't hurt if this (young man) is a pleasure to look at, fun to be with, interesting to talk to, and good for the ego.
Sex and the single older woman is a topic that, traditionally, hasn't gotten much play. But when a woman pushing 50 snags a thirty-something guy, those who don't accuse her of senility or foolishness assume she's spending quality time with her son. Valerie Gibson, the sex and relationship columnist at the Toronto Sun, tells the naysayers where to stick it in Cougar, a deliciously, scandalizingly upfront how-to guide to dating for the sassy, independent, "hot-as-a-chili-pepper" woman who's not about to go revealing her age.
Filled with adventure, they are spontaneous, which is quite pleasing to the older woman.
Cougars are gaining in popularity -- particularly the true hotties -- as young men find not only a sexual high, but many times a chick with her shit together.
Being a cougar isn't for the faint of heart ... For nearly five years, I've been dating a man 15 years my junior.
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