24 year old guy dating 18 year old
Which brings us back round to the caveman hypothesis.
If men are always programmed to find women in their mid-twenties attractive – if only to pass on their genes – doesn’t this deal a blow to the idea of monogamy?
you are old enough and if he turns out to be your better half; then congrats to you. You're off age and if y'all like each other then yea.
but I'm biased because I was 18 when I started dating my then 25 year old boyfriend at the time.
But, according to Buss, since younger men, and men who are more than 10 years older than a 24-year-old, are not ‘reinforced’ by these women, that theory also goes out the window.I would suggest being friends and getting to know each other before you label it as anything.In reality it's not about what other people think...He told me in an email that the findings of the study were "roughly" correct and that men are attracted to women who show cues of peak fertility (youth, beauty, symmetry), typically in the early to mid-twenties and usually centring on the age of 24. "Men in our evolutionary past who were attracted to infertile women are not our ancestors; they bit the evolutionary dust.So all men alive today are descendants of a long and unbroken line of ancestral men who succeeded in mating with fertile women." Is it really just a caveman thing?