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I have always been young for my age – young at heart that is.  I never feel a day over 23 – not until I catch a glimpse of myself in the storefront window  as I walk by.  Not until that photo on Facebook glares at me and reminds me that indeed I am not a 23 year old.  Where the hell did those laugh lines come from – is that really MY neck??? –  and tell me that my temples are not sporting the gray – please.  No matter what the outside screams, my insides are really only 23 years old – I swear.

I was blessed and lucky to be the older woman in a relationship with a younger woman.  It reminded me that life was inevitably for the living and it reminded me to laugh and be reckless and have a damn good time.  It reminded me that I was cool and confident and that I had experiences that were relevant to another person in terms of growth, kindness, patience and understanding.  It reminded me to stay up late and to make out often and in the most inappropriate venues!!  And in the simplest way – in the purest form – that relationship with that younger woman reminded me to dance.  And this life is short ladies – we all need to remember to dance.


  • A Rigged Outcome—Why Bisexual Women Struggle In Lesbian Relationships
  • Another Lesbian Myth
  • Against All Odds – Living a Purposeful Life

Kathy grew up all over the US - lots of east coast time. She is a surfer girl with an unabridged curiosity. A woman whose mid life awakening continues to bring her to the place she was meant to be. Her degree in Journalism/Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida is being yanked from the archives and put to good use. Her two kids are grown and rock stars in this wild world – her Harley is ready for some serious summer miles – and her heart remains open to life, women and the possibilities each day brings.

“When a young heart meets and old soul there is a connection that cannot be defined,” what a beautiful and poignant way to describe what has been my experience as well.
“Cougar” just doesn’t sum up the depth of connection that can happen in an older/younger woman relationship!

I have always been young for my age – young at heart that is.  I never feel a day over 23 – not until I catch a glimpse of myself in the storefront window  as I walk by.  Not until that photo on Facebook glares at me and reminds me that indeed I am not a 23 year old.  Where the hell did those laugh lines come from – is that really MY neck??? –  and tell me that my temples are not sporting the gray – please.  No matter what the outside screams, my insides are really only 23 years old – I swear.

I was blessed and lucky to be the older woman in a relationship with a younger woman.  It reminded me that life was inevitably for the living and it reminded me to laugh and be reckless and have a damn good time.  It reminded me that I was cool and confident and that I had experiences that were relevant to another person in terms of growth, kindness, patience and understanding.  It reminded me to stay up late and to make out often and in the most inappropriate venues!!  And in the simplest way – in the purest form – that relationship with that younger woman reminded me to dance.  And this life is short ladies – we all need to remember to dance.


  • A Rigged Outcome—Why Bisexual Women Struggle In Lesbian Relationships
  • Another Lesbian Myth
  • Against All Odds – Living a Purposeful Life

Kathy grew up all over the US - lots of east coast time. She is a surfer girl with an unabridged curiosity. A woman whose mid life awakening continues to bring her to the place she was meant to be. Her degree in Journalism/Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida is being yanked from the archives and put to good use. Her two kids are grown and rock stars in this wild world – her Harley is ready for some serious summer miles – and her heart remains open to life, women and the possibilities each day brings.

“When a young heart meets and old soul there is a connection that cannot be defined,” what a beautiful and poignant way to describe what has been my experience as well.
“Cougar” just doesn’t sum up the depth of connection that can happen in an older/younger woman relationship!

@loco
Ur woman is lucky to have u.
Fir the rest – live has no age simple. You can come with all your theories of older women and their toy boys and as true as they may be there is still love. That moment when nothing else matters and u give ur life to someone… Well truth is this happens between men and women up to 40 years in age difference.
The point is not whether it’s right, the question is will their love be strong enough to survive societies judgement and family pressure.
Sometimes yes!

Im dating a girl that is 15 years my senior, I Love her completely and the thought of loosing here kill’s me inside, We recently took a break/time-out as we have been together two years and our relationship is at a point where we need to make a commitment or we need to end it.

Im 24 and she is 39, Her biggest concern is the age and the physical aspect of her being older than me, My biggest concern is if I can man up to be the guy she needs into the future, I am just starting my career and finding my feet in life. I just dont know if I can be the Adult she needs yet. I also want kids so does she, but we will have to be trying in the next few years, where it was something I only wanted to do later in my 30s. Im also concerned that her being older will affect us because although I dont care about it, I know her getting older bothers her and even at 39 she looks like she is in here late 20s, but she is always going on about changing herself when she ages.

Our relationship is amazing currently and we are both completely in love but im scared its not enough and that fear is causing me to be unsure if we can make it work. Its like I found my wife but were on different time tables and I dont know if a marriage with an age gap this big can last the challenges we might face.

Its so hard to know what will happen and if it will all workout. I dont want to end it because its magical and she is the most important part in my life. I can see my-self with her into the future but Im also scared of it not working because the challenges are just too big and us having to end it on a bad note or with kids involved.

I have always been young for my age – young at heart that is.  I never feel a day over 23 – not until I catch a glimpse of myself in the storefront window  as I walk by.  Not until that photo on Facebook glares at me and reminds me that indeed I am not a 23 year old.  Where the hell did those laugh lines come from – is that really MY neck??? –  and tell me that my temples are not sporting the gray – please.  No matter what the outside screams, my insides are really only 23 years old – I swear.

I was blessed and lucky to be the older woman in a relationship with a younger woman.  It reminded me that life was inevitably for the living and it reminded me to laugh and be reckless and have a damn good time.  It reminded me that I was cool and confident and that I had experiences that were relevant to another person in terms of growth, kindness, patience and understanding.  It reminded me to stay up late and to make out often and in the most inappropriate venues!!  And in the simplest way – in the purest form – that relationship with that younger woman reminded me to dance.  And this life is short ladies – we all need to remember to dance.


  • A Rigged Outcome—Why Bisexual Women Struggle In Lesbian Relationships
  • Another Lesbian Myth
  • Against All Odds – Living a Purposeful Life

Kathy grew up all over the US - lots of east coast time. She is a surfer girl with an unabridged curiosity. A woman whose mid life awakening continues to bring her to the place she was meant to be. Her degree in Journalism/Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida is being yanked from the archives and put to good use. Her two kids are grown and rock stars in this wild world – her Harley is ready for some serious summer miles – and her heart remains open to life, women and the possibilities each day brings.

“When a young heart meets and old soul there is a connection that cannot be defined,” what a beautiful and poignant way to describe what has been my experience as well.
“Cougar” just doesn’t sum up the depth of connection that can happen in an older/younger woman relationship!

@loco
Ur woman is lucky to have u.
Fir the rest – live has no age simple. You can come with all your theories of older women and their toy boys and as true as they may be there is still love. That moment when nothing else matters and u give ur life to someone… Well truth is this happens between men and women up to 40 years in age difference.
The point is not whether it’s right, the question is will their love be strong enough to survive societies judgement and family pressure.
Sometimes yes!

Im dating a girl that is 15 years my senior, I Love her completely and the thought of loosing here kill’s me inside, We recently took a break/time-out as we have been together two years and our relationship is at a point where we need to make a commitment or we need to end it.

Im 24 and she is 39, Her biggest concern is the age and the physical aspect of her being older than me, My biggest concern is if I can man up to be the guy she needs into the future, I am just starting my career and finding my feet in life. I just dont know if I can be the Adult she needs yet. I also want kids so does she, but we will have to be trying in the next few years, where it was something I only wanted to do later in my 30s. Im also concerned that her being older will affect us because although I dont care about it, I know her getting older bothers her and even at 39 she looks like she is in here late 20s, but she is always going on about changing herself when she ages.

Our relationship is amazing currently and we are both completely in love but im scared its not enough and that fear is causing me to be unsure if we can make it work. Its like I found my wife but were on different time tables and I dont know if a marriage with an age gap this big can last the challenges we might face.

Its so hard to know what will happen and if it will all workout. I dont want to end it because its magical and she is the most important part in my life. I can see my-self with her into the future but Im also scared of it not working because the challenges are just too big and us having to end it on a bad note or with kids involved.

There’s been an enormous amount of media coverage centred on older women dating younger men over the last decade. However, what’s actually going on underneath the pop-style commentary and tabloid tales of ‘cougars’ and their ‘cubs’? In search of clarity, we set out on a mission to look beyond the loaded monikers and dubious hype surrounding older woman/younger man relationships. Why is it still such a sensational topic and what are the perks (and pitfalls) of entering into partnership where age knows no bounds?

It’s been eight years since Newsweek famously proclaimed  2009 as the year of the cougar . The now well-known term wasn’t a reference to the Chinese calendar; rather, it was a bordering-on-crass idiom coined to define 40-plus women with a predilection for younger gentlemen. 

Although the US-based magazine reasoned that the cougar-craze was a fad destined for cultural oblivion, the article offered up an intriguing explanation for the newfound popularity of older woman/younger man relationships. 

According to the piece, the main driving force that brought cougars in from the wilderness was Hollywood. Indeed, shows like Sex in the City paint a more sophisticated picture of mature woman’s sexuality. 

On the other hand, the aptly-named Cougar Town bolsters a smuttier stereotype. Commenting on the programme’s host - Courtney Cox - San Francisco journalist Jane Ganahl wrote that the producers did a great job of converting the former Friends star into “a hapless, sex-obsessed divorcee who seems to be a mash-up of Mrs. Robinson and Bridget Jones”1.

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I have always been young for my age – young at heart that is.  I never feel a day over 23 – not until I catch a glimpse of myself in the storefront window  as I walk by.  Not until that photo on Facebook glares at me and reminds me that indeed I am not a 23 year old.  Where the hell did those laugh lines come from – is that really MY neck??? –  and tell me that my temples are not sporting the gray – please.  No matter what the outside screams, my insides are really only 23 years old – I swear.

I was blessed and lucky to be the older woman in a relationship with a younger woman.  It reminded me that life was inevitably for the living and it reminded me to laugh and be reckless and have a damn good time.  It reminded me that I was cool and confident and that I had experiences that were relevant to another person in terms of growth, kindness, patience and understanding.  It reminded me to stay up late and to make out often and in the most inappropriate venues!!  And in the simplest way – in the purest form – that relationship with that younger woman reminded me to dance.  And this life is short ladies – we all need to remember to dance.


  • A Rigged Outcome—Why Bisexual Women Struggle In Lesbian Relationships
  • Another Lesbian Myth
  • Against All Odds – Living a Purposeful Life

Kathy grew up all over the US - lots of east coast time. She is a surfer girl with an unabridged curiosity. A woman whose mid life awakening continues to bring her to the place she was meant to be. Her degree in Journalism/Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida is being yanked from the archives and put to good use. Her two kids are grown and rock stars in this wild world – her Harley is ready for some serious summer miles – and her heart remains open to life, women and the possibilities each day brings.

“When a young heart meets and old soul there is a connection that cannot be defined,” what a beautiful and poignant way to describe what has been my experience as well.
“Cougar” just doesn’t sum up the depth of connection that can happen in an older/younger woman relationship!

@loco
Ur woman is lucky to have u.
Fir the rest – live has no age simple. You can come with all your theories of older women and their toy boys and as true as they may be there is still love. That moment when nothing else matters and u give ur life to someone… Well truth is this happens between men and women up to 40 years in age difference.
The point is not whether it’s right, the question is will their love be strong enough to survive societies judgement and family pressure.
Sometimes yes!

Im dating a girl that is 15 years my senior, I Love her completely and the thought of loosing here kill’s me inside, We recently took a break/time-out as we have been together two years and our relationship is at a point where we need to make a commitment or we need to end it.

Im 24 and she is 39, Her biggest concern is the age and the physical aspect of her being older than me, My biggest concern is if I can man up to be the guy she needs into the future, I am just starting my career and finding my feet in life. I just dont know if I can be the Adult she needs yet. I also want kids so does she, but we will have to be trying in the next few years, where it was something I only wanted to do later in my 30s. Im also concerned that her being older will affect us because although I dont care about it, I know her getting older bothers her and even at 39 she looks like she is in here late 20s, but she is always going on about changing herself when she ages.

Our relationship is amazing currently and we are both completely in love but im scared its not enough and that fear is causing me to be unsure if we can make it work. Its like I found my wife but were on different time tables and I dont know if a marriage with an age gap this big can last the challenges we might face.

Its so hard to know what will happen and if it will all workout. I dont want to end it because its magical and she is the most important part in my life. I can see my-self with her into the future but Im also scared of it not working because the challenges are just too big and us having to end it on a bad note or with kids involved.

I have always been young for my age – young at heart that is.  I never feel a day over 23 – not until I catch a glimpse of myself in the storefront window  as I walk by.  Not until that photo on Facebook glares at me and reminds me that indeed I am not a 23 year old.  Where the hell did those laugh lines come from – is that really MY neck??? –  and tell me that my temples are not sporting the gray – please.  No matter what the outside screams, my insides are really only 23 years old – I swear.

I was blessed and lucky to be the older woman in a relationship with a younger woman.  It reminded me that life was inevitably for the living and it reminded me to laugh and be reckless and have a damn good time.  It reminded me that I was cool and confident and that I had experiences that were relevant to another person in terms of growth, kindness, patience and understanding.  It reminded me to stay up late and to make out often and in the most inappropriate venues!!  And in the simplest way – in the purest form – that relationship with that younger woman reminded me to dance.  And this life is short ladies – we all need to remember to dance.


  • A Rigged Outcome—Why Bisexual Women Struggle In Lesbian Relationships
  • Another Lesbian Myth
  • Against All Odds – Living a Purposeful Life

Kathy grew up all over the US - lots of east coast time. She is a surfer girl with an unabridged curiosity. A woman whose mid life awakening continues to bring her to the place she was meant to be. Her degree in Journalism/Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida is being yanked from the archives and put to good use. Her two kids are grown and rock stars in this wild world – her Harley is ready for some serious summer miles – and her heart remains open to life, women and the possibilities each day brings.

“When a young heart meets and old soul there is a connection that cannot be defined,” what a beautiful and poignant way to describe what has been my experience as well.
“Cougar” just doesn’t sum up the depth of connection that can happen in an older/younger woman relationship!

@loco
Ur woman is lucky to have u.
Fir the rest – live has no age simple. You can come with all your theories of older women and their toy boys and as true as they may be there is still love. That moment when nothing else matters and u give ur life to someone… Well truth is this happens between men and women up to 40 years in age difference.
The point is not whether it’s right, the question is will their love be strong enough to survive societies judgement and family pressure.
Sometimes yes!

Im dating a girl that is 15 years my senior, I Love her completely and the thought of loosing here kill’s me inside, We recently took a break/time-out as we have been together two years and our relationship is at a point where we need to make a commitment or we need to end it.

Im 24 and she is 39, Her biggest concern is the age and the physical aspect of her being older than me, My biggest concern is if I can man up to be the guy she needs into the future, I am just starting my career and finding my feet in life. I just dont know if I can be the Adult she needs yet. I also want kids so does she, but we will have to be trying in the next few years, where it was something I only wanted to do later in my 30s. Im also concerned that her being older will affect us because although I dont care about it, I know her getting older bothers her and even at 39 she looks like she is in here late 20s, but she is always going on about changing herself when she ages.

Our relationship is amazing currently and we are both completely in love but im scared its not enough and that fear is causing me to be unsure if we can make it work. Its like I found my wife but were on different time tables and I dont know if a marriage with an age gap this big can last the challenges we might face.

Its so hard to know what will happen and if it will all workout. I dont want to end it because its magical and she is the most important part in my life. I can see my-self with her into the future but Im also scared of it not working because the challenges are just too big and us having to end it on a bad note or with kids involved.

There’s been an enormous amount of media coverage centred on older women dating younger men over the last decade. However, what’s actually going on underneath the pop-style commentary and tabloid tales of ‘cougars’ and their ‘cubs’? In search of clarity, we set out on a mission to look beyond the loaded monikers and dubious hype surrounding older woman/younger man relationships. Why is it still such a sensational topic and what are the perks (and pitfalls) of entering into partnership where age knows no bounds?

It’s been eight years since Newsweek famously proclaimed  2009 as the year of the cougar . The now well-known term wasn’t a reference to the Chinese calendar; rather, it was a bordering-on-crass idiom coined to define 40-plus women with a predilection for younger gentlemen. 

Although the US-based magazine reasoned that the cougar-craze was a fad destined for cultural oblivion, the article offered up an intriguing explanation for the newfound popularity of older woman/younger man relationships. 

According to the piece, the main driving force that brought cougars in from the wilderness was Hollywood. Indeed, shows like Sex in the City paint a more sophisticated picture of mature woman’s sexuality. 

On the other hand, the aptly-named Cougar Town bolsters a smuttier stereotype. Commenting on the programme’s host - Courtney Cox - San Francisco journalist Jane Ganahl wrote that the producers did a great job of converting the former Friends star into “a hapless, sex-obsessed divorcee who seems to be a mash-up of Mrs. Robinson and Bridget Jones”1.