A recent study shows women are more likely to choose a younger man when dating online.Another study published in the journal, Psychology of Women Quarterly, found women who are ten or more years older than their partner report more satisfaction and relationship commitment compared to women who are the same age or younger than their partner.“We don’t know for sure, but it may be because when the woman is older, it shifts the traditional heterosexual power dynamic toward greater equality.The surprising finding: a woman was five times more likely to show interest in a man was five years her junior that one who was five years older. Among the 26,434 men ages 30 to 49, 42% wouldn’t even consider a woman if she was older than him.However, if contacted by an older woman, men wouldn’t necessarily turn her down.Turns out, the opposite may be true for women on the online dating scene.Numbers culled from various dating sites have consistently shown both sexes prefer to date down the age spectrum rather than up. ), is one of the largest websites and apps designed to help users find their mates, but it works in an unconventional way.
Fortunately, more women are realizing the flaw in these beliefs.Users allow the app to access their Facebook profile, and people are then are paired based on interests.To sweeten the appeal, AYI also flags any mutual friends the prospective pair share. If not, they can click “skip.” (MORE: Does Online Dating Make It Harder to Find ‘the One’?Older men, however, have the guts to approach women and may make a better sexual match."Keep reading...A couple of weeks ago while I visiting Southern California, my ex-girlfriend there told me the story of some colleagues of hers.