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02-Oct-2019 07:28

But nothing prepared me for the anger and the vitriol that was to come - including saying awful things about me on Facebook'Laurie Fairy Cake joined in the conversation, writing: 'Yes, you're embarrassing yourself. I agree, if you could be someone's parent, it's too big a gap.

Your BF is not just a similar age to your DD, he's at least 6 years younger.'She continued: 'I think it's time for me to stop posting on here, and just be incredibly grateful that I'm not as intolerant as some of the OPs on this thread.

My insecurities were in full blossom, I wanted to belong, to be like by everyone.

I wasn’t by any stretch of the imagination a cougar, or had I any intentions of becoming one!

Actor Mel Gibson and partner Rosalind Ross pose at the American Film Institute Awards in Los Angeles, California, on Jan. Gibson, who is 61, is 35 years older than his partner Rosalind Ross, who is 26.

(REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni) Many men and women are seemingly rejecting those cougar and sugar-daddy stereotypes, as some experts are seeing that a substantial portion of middle-age and older singles are willing to choose partners who are younger than themselves.

Data seem to support that idea: A 2003 AARP survey of about 3,500 single men and women ages 40 to 69 found about 66 percent of men want to date younger women and 34 percent of women want to date younger men.

Turns out, experts say compatibility between two people who just happen to have an age gap isn’t as unusual as we may think.

Also, many of the commonly held beliefs about dating a younger man or woman — for instance, that a junior partner may lack maturity — aren’t true, relationship expert and columnist April Masini told Fox News.

Actor Mel Gibson and partner Rosalind Ross pose at the American Film Institute Awards in Los Angeles, California, on Jan. Gibson, who is 61, is 35 years older than his partner Rosalind Ross, who is 26.(REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni) Many men and women are seemingly rejecting those cougar and sugar-daddy stereotypes, as some experts are seeing that a substantial portion of middle-age and older singles are willing to choose partners who are younger than themselves.Data seem to support that idea: A 2003 AARP survey of about 3,500 single men and women ages 40 to 69 found about 66 percent of men want to date younger women and 34 percent of women want to date younger men.Turns out, experts say compatibility between two people who just happen to have an age gap isn’t as unusual as we may think.Also, many of the commonly held beliefs about dating a younger man or woman — for instance, that a junior partner may lack maturity — aren’t true, relationship expert and columnist April Masini told Fox News.Nephilim1964 told how her eldest daughter had stopped talking to her and cut her off from her grandchildren since news of her relationship with a younger man broke.