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A close friend of mine married her boyfriend who is about three years younger to her. They are pretty content in their relationship. However yes she tells me how he had told her that he was always only attracted to older women. His was more of a need to connect with the woman on the same mental level which he found happening with older women..
Well, there could be a lot of reasons. Maturity in terms of mind and body being one. The sexuality develops in a man's mind (phallus or whatever) at the age of 12 or 13 and whatever he is inclined towards at that age becomes an idol of sexuality for him. Let it be younger women ( because they are there with him) or mature mature (because of matured assets). So, it works that way and our preferences stay with us for a very long time.
And, yes.. It's non-committal sex. A person at a young age would want to satisfy his sexual needs first and then entangle himself with emotions and compatibility.
Thank you Ayushmaan.
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