Pretty promising material out there Winter is upbeat about the younger generations. "All they can do to get a woman is dangle their Porsche keys." As you peel back the decades, though, the men get "cooler," she says. One columnist suggested that these men hie themselves back to the reproductive pool or else birth rates would sag.
And they are more willing than younger women to have casual sex, even one-night stands.
In other words, despite the girls-gone-wild image of promiscuous college women, it is women in their middle years who are America’s most sexually industrious.
She is not necessarily a slut, nor is she desperate.
She offers sexual expertise and is open to new experiences.
Braving "robbing the cradle" jokes, almost one-third of women between ages 40 and 69 are dating younger men (defined as 10 or more years younger).
According to a recent AARP poll, one-sixth of women in their 50s, in fact, prefer men in their 40s.
She works out a lot by her own admission (and judging by her track record in this department) and often meets partners at the gym, not the bars.
Winter tells Web MD that she and her co-author interviewed more than 200 couples for their book.
Though hardly a scientific study, the research surfaced three myths such couples hear every time: Myth No.