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When it came to finding love in New York, Amber Soletti, a 42-year-old who lives in the West Village, had no luck dating older guys or men her own age.

Why on earth with such a large selection of young women their age, would they go after a woman of my age anyway? I just know there's some of you out there with the answer! I'd assume it has to do with sex and the perceived experience a "cougar" is believed to have over us. Q: Okay - what do you call the guys who hunt the cougars? Q: Why on earth with such a large selection of young women their age, would they go after a woman of my age anyway? Throw in a little be careful out there momatute just to get the point across. Not to generalize, but that's kinda all you can do on these forums as far as responses, their are older women and younger women that are just as airheaded as the next, but that's what younger men have told pups howl at my door I just pat them on the head and send them on their way.“When you’re an ambitious woman, it’s very difficult — you either have to subsume what you wanna do for somebody else, or live with the struggle to fight your partner on top of business survival, and it’s a very unhealthy relationship,” says Nicole Wipp, a 45-year-old attorney and entrepreneur, who found a perfect match in her husband, Marcus Sutherland, a 33-year-old paramedic.“Dating somebody younger than myself, there’s an acceptance of ambitious women — it’s more normalized.” They met at the University of Hawaii in November 2002, when she was a law student and he was a sophomore undergraduate.For our in-depth analysis of the cougar phenomenon, read on...There’s been an enormous amount of media coverage centred on older women dating younger men over the last decade.

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