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Thread: What Signs Will An Older Women Show That She Is Interested?

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    What Signs Will An Older Women Show That She Is Interested?

    I dont want to go into many details about my situation but i am wondering what are some signs an older women will show that she is interested in you in some way? Thanks.
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    Considering society looks down on older women who are interested in younger men (we get called cougars and mocked), most older women will do their best to hide any interest they may feel. IMHO, one hint could be if she enjoys talking to you about a wide variety of topics, if she is not constantly giving your advice like an auntie may do, and if she looks you in the eye and smiles in *that* way.

    Most younger men married or dating older women in this forum had to work real hard to break societal barriers in their older's woman's mind that prevented her from even considering him as a possible partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark505 View Post
    what are some signs an older women will show that she is interested in you in some way?
    In my experience, exactly the same ones that occur in the early stages of any relationship. I don't think there are any special signals unique to a woman romantically interested in a younger man.

    I have not experienced the situation described by SLK, but that may be down to location. I can't find any indication showing where in the world you are.
    Once my wife and I had met and found how we got on together, I don't think it occurred to either of us that there might be any societal barriers, and in fact there were none. We have been together for 24 years now and with the exception of a solitary religious crank who believed people should not marry unless they intended having children, no-one seems to have looked down on her for marrying me.

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    Thank you so much for asking this question. It's a good one for sure.

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    It took Honey a little bit of stretch to cross over and really convince me of sincerity. And even now I occasionally worry on logistics of us being anything permanent. But really we will be flirtatious as a peer aged woman would be, just a little more subtle and careful on seeming forward.
    The younger half may get razzed but the older half gets frowned at. So we are careful to make sure it is worth the grief . Then again those that are live for the moment types anf not needing permanency in relationship will probably show ever usual signal.
    Subtle things like if sitting beside, crossing our leg towards you not away. Possibly light familiar touch.

    Our case needed extreme measures ans really putting ones self out to possible rejection. I am glad he went first >_<

    My young man was already a long time friend, we were mostly internet based so had to get more direct because lack of body language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pickles View Post
    But really we will be flirtatious as a peer aged woman would be, just a little more subtle and careful on seeming forward.
    Lol!! Can't say I agree with that at all Pickles!! I've always been forward and it made no difference the age of the man I was interested in! I'm forthright, and hold no truck whatsoever with mindgames!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiorinda View Post
    Lol!! Can't say I agree with that at all Pickles!! I've always been forward and it made no difference the age of the man I was interested in! I'm forthright, and hold no truck whatsoever with mindgames!!
    I am in the US and even with all the cries of "diversity", Older women will get major censure unless independently wealthy or in a very liberal (the definition ) large City. So with that most women I know that date even a mere 3 years younger are more careful as well as the often accompanying fear of rejection being amplified if one is the pursuer.
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    An older woman is more likely to approach and start talking to you than a younger woman. But asides from that she will give off the same signals as younger women do. And as with all signals women give out, we will most likely miss them until it is too late (if at all). Because we also have our own insecurities and concerns and contrary to popular belief not all of us walk around thinking we are God's gift to women.
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    She grants you access to her personal space: How much access does she give you to things in her personal life? For instance, have you visited her house? It could also be little things like if she's willing to let you check your emails on her personal computer. Does she leave you in the room with her phone unattended? If not, it probably suggests that she's got a few other dates and might have a few things to hide.

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