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article imageSex and Senior Women: Where Coyotes and Cougars Prevail

By Carol Forsloff     Dec 13, 2008 in Lifestyle
It used to be that guys had all the fun, but not these days. Women are taking over that winter-spring phenomenon that allows them to have goodies without entanglements
It used to be that guys had all the fun, but not these days. Women are taking over that winter-spring phenomenon that allows them to have goodies without entanglements or even husbands who will wait on them in their dotage. These cradle-robbing, good-time gals are called coyotes; and some men say they make them howl.
The Wikipedia gives a reasonable definition of the furry creature we’re all familiar with, the coyote, whose numbers, the source maintains, have “expanded in the wake of human civilization and readily reproduces in metropolitan areas.” One could say the same thing about those other females, the non furry ones, who mostly prowl the cities. Women in rural areas are less likely to hitch up with younger men, authorities maintain.
But while some folk call these wild women who attract young men coyotes, others have other names that imply that natural tendency to crouch, jump and prowl. These folk call their fantasy femmes cougars. There’s even a website called Date a Cougar that devotes itself
to getting the young man and the older woman together.
Sexy Susan Sizzles
Susan Sarandon is shown here looking sexy as usual and is going strong in her relationship with Tim Robbins.
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A year ago CNN had a story entitled, “Older Women and Younger Men: Can It Work” in which it enumerated some of the high profile Hollywood couples who have had successful relationships where the woman is significantly older than the man. The article used Susan Sarandon, 12 years older than her partner, Tim Robbins as a fine example of one of those upstanding, outstanding, still-standing couples who obviously don’t mind the age difference that would seem topsy-turvy to tradition. But that tradition has been upset by cougar-coyotes like Sarandon, whom most men would agree still sizzles. CNN pointed to a 2003 study by AARP that revealed that 34 percent of all women over 40 in the survey were dating younger men, and 35 percent preferred it to dating older men.
A talk-forum website provides evidence that the practice of older women and younger men in intimate relationships continues to increase as the culture appears to nod its approval sufficiently in cities. The site, Funky Brown Chick, calls readers to attention with the enticements about cougars and cubs, the phrase used to describe the phenomenon that occurs when an older woman pairs with a younger man.
What happened to those joys of loving an older man? Obviously some women have forgotten that and are looking for new ways to express independence. It seems that equality is finally occurring in bedrooms all over the country just as it has increased in other areas of women’s rights all over the country, according to stories that women relate. So senior women coyotes or cougars are uniting apparently, recognizing they have nothing to lose but their tales.
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