Dating twenty years younger
Although the idea of a "cougar" who dates much younger men has a certain cultural cachet, being a woman in your twenties who simply chooses a partner who's a bit younger is often viewed as weird, desperate, or deluded — basically, anything besides what it is, which is totally normal.
People have a much easier time, it seems, getting on board with the idea of a woman taking a younger partner for purely sexual reasons than they do with the idea of a woman in a serious relationship with a younger partner.
They have a light-hearted sense of humour and never take themselves too seriously.
The last but not the least is your courtship proficiency.
And, obviously, you need a body that is pleasant to touch.
So if you're thinking about getting together with someone younger, don't listen to anyone who uses words like "cougar," "cradle robber," or "Samantha Jones;" instead, consider the five points below.
In your twenties, especially in the years immediately after college, an age difference of just a year or two can make you feel like you're a world apart from someone.
You never get angry and able to solve any problem in a calm and positive way.
Men who marry women 25 years younger are positive and fun to be with.