Women who lie about their age

Women who lie about their age are, above else…

Insecure.

It’s true, society and men specifically value a woman’s youthfulness. But with few exceptions, women who take care of themselves are desired by (adult) males of most ages.

It boils down to her confidence level. A confident woman will not hesitate in giving an honest answer to someone’s question about her age– period. Neither will she ask, “Well, how old do you think I am?” nor “You should know better than to ask a woman her age.” Furthermore, she doesn’t embrace an irrational point of view of her age that doesn’t matter to most men. The insecure woman is too vain to realize that although men do judge women by their personality and looks, she doesn’t understand that men can and do find women in their 40s and 50s attractive (assuming they’re up to date with fashion and aren’t overweight).

If a woman only lied about her age, you could perhaps give her a pass that one time. But the reality is that women who lie about something as discoverable and unalterable as their age frequently lie about other matters as well– big and small. So if you catch your new woman lying about her age, it should be a big red flag to you that she’s capable of lying about other matters.

It’s a shame, really, that women don’t know what we men know– that an attractive 45-year-old woman can be far more desirable than an attractive 25-year-old. The 25-year-old might have more youthful skin, but she also might have an attitude and a muffin top. Or she smokes a pack a day. Or lacks any flirting skills whatsoever, and kisses terribly. The list goes on and on.

A popular justification women use
One popular justification women use for lying is that– in online dating– they’re funneled to guys older than they are if they’re honest about their age. Their rational goes,

“I’m 45, and I want to date someone in their 30’s. But since guys in their 30’s are chasing women below 40, I have to put my age as 39 to get any interest.”

True, but that’s only if women sit back passively while on dating sites. When a woman who has a good profile picture reaches out and contacts a guy, she will rarely be instantly written off by men. Because when a guy sees a good pic in someone’s profile who’s contacting him, he’ll click on it to see more. And assuming her bio and photos are good, she stands a good chance of getting a response.

 

 

 

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4 Responses

  1. SuzyQPublic says:

    i am 64.5. In real life, I am approached by 35 – 45 year old men because I frankly DO look young. Second, I just came out of a relationship and only interested in superficial right now. That’s why I LIE and say I am 55. I get nice overtures from 50 – 65. I don’t seek them out. Most of the men over 59 really look very old. Sex may be involved in my dating, and sorry, but my experience is that men over 50ish just have problems and age faster than women. Women are a better judge of their “true age” than men are. If I were looking long term, I would raise my age. Also men over 60 are really desperate for a fast, long term, and I feel suffocated by them. If I am not looking to procreate, no harm no foul. 60 year old men who put a 35 – 50 year old age range for women — just laughable! I am thin, beautiful, fit, healthy, professional, funny, nice, and wealthy. I am a catch anyway you look at it — for any man over 50ish.

  2. I am dating a woman who claims to be 6p. I’m 55. She looks and feels younger than that! Could she be lying and actually be younger than she says she claims to be? And why?

  3. Steve says:

    Arrogance is such a turn off!

  1. September 20, 2016

    […] In conclusion therefore, I do believe that if there is a legitimate reason for a lady to disclose her age, a confident woman would reveal it even without hesitation. […]

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