Business woman seeking online dating
At this point, my mom estimates she’s been on nearly 50 dates – some with men 20 years younger.
And though she didn’t join Tinder with specific expectations, something wasn’t clicking. “No one I met on the app, none of them, wanted a committed, long-term relationship,” she said.
“A lot of them are looking for threesomes or just want to have a conversation, but what about me?
What am I getting out of that other than having a date once in a while?
Another asked her to be his fourth wife after only a couple of dates.
There were lots of late nights out dancing, followed by cozy nights in chatting online, getting to know someone.
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” As an older woman, my mom was confronted with a simple fact: she was now living in a society where the most popular way to date catered to younger generations and fully embraced hook-up culture.
This is also a truth Carolina Gonzalez, a writer in London, came face-to-face with after her 28-year marriage ended.
She was free to have 15-minute coffee dates, be vulnerable, and feel sexy.