There are fewer single people generally, and yes, there will be some men your age specifically seeking out younger women. We live in a society that worships at the altar of youth — particularly when it comes to women. Indeed, because women have primarily been valued for their beauty, a concept deeply rooted in ideas of youth, women are socially devalued as they get older. These deeply gendered value systems normalise older men seeking out younger women, because if we value men for what they acquire, and treat women as objects, of course some men are going to view women as another symbol of their status, and want the most desirable model. Everyone has a learning curve, and just like you, most people want to be bowled over by someone amazing. You could be that person.
I know I am. We are digging into two major questions that appear my way all the time about being single and finding love. They are super juicy, so read on! I am single and this summer, I was invited to tons of weddings.
As my work life is so broadcast as media, hosting, social and events, this makes me even more care of my personal life. And along with my schedule its easier to not date than to date. AM I afraid of commitment? Etc etc. Acceptable so I guess this will be a tad vulnerable for me although in hopes that other women after that men who are entrepreneurs or a few demanding and busy af workplace after that feel the pressures to pair ahead with someone. I actually take advance care of myself sometimes in it. Treat each person with gratitude.