That doesn’t mean you cross the line, but it does mean you are very aggressive, and err on the side of “creepy” rather than “nice guy”.This is very, very good advice, I do this myself, and I recommend it to all men across the board…These guys dress like nerds, have hair and grooming that look like crap, and worse, are often way too skinny or fat. You could dress like crap and not worry about your hair or your clothing too much, and still probably get laid.But if you’re 44 years old hitting up 21 year-old women, I’m sorry, but you’re going to have to step it up a little.Younger women, even Type 2s, are hypersensitive about creepy older men, as well they should be (for their own safety reasons).Instead of being a creepy older guy, you need to be a confident, especially if you’re talking over texts, online, or in a public place, and/or if you have not established clear rapport yet. I see way too many older guys who do have chances with younger women completely blow it by being too creepy, too verbally sexual, way too fast.Younger women is a topic I haven’t discussed here in a while. If you’re much younger than 30 you’re welcome to read on if you’re curious, since this is something that will be affecting you in a few years. ), younger women have become such a normal and regular part of my life, I no longer consider it something unique or interesting enough to talk about. Since we’re talking about much younger women here, this article is really geared towards men over age 30 or so.
Some older guys think they can wing it with their personal appearance and look just like a normal, every day guy just like they did back when they were 25.
Here then are the four mistakes men most often make when trying to attract younger women.
Mistake 1: Trying To Act Younger This is the granddaddy of them all.
The older man / younger women stuff also generally applies to any man who is hitting up any woman of legal age who is more than 10 years younger than he is.
(Since men hitting up women within one to nine years younger is considered “normal” by society in most cases.) So in a way, a 45 year old man working with a 26 year old woman would apply here, even though she’s technically not a VYW.