We all know that we can’t stay the same forever. Every stage in our lives has something specific, something that is going to change. Think about the way you were acting around someone you liked when you were young vs how you behave now around someone you have a crush on.
We can say that we all have distinct turns-on and turn-offs and we have to be aware of the fact that these can change over time. With that being said, ladies, hear me out: even though we all know that being older is usually associated with being more mature and wiser, the same thing goes to possible future partners.
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This means that what was interesting for you when you were 30 might not be the same at 50 years old. Because we don’t want to neglect anyone, I have to address something to our masculine audience: if you are curious to see what the biggest turn-offs for women over 50s are, keep reading!
5 thoughts on “8 Biggest Turn-Offs for Women Over 50s”
Yes, I agree with this, even in my 70’s, I find this to be true.
Let’s have a list of 8 turn off for men, most likely the list would be the same
I like to feel my opinion is important and I enjoy a good debate. Not an argument or being told to be reasonable. Nothing is more infuriating than to be told to listen to my logic that my opinion doesn’t have validity. It my opinion for goodness sakes
I think women over 50 definitely do not want to play games and do not have time for BS. We do not want to fix someone. At this age we don’t like to go out as much as we used to so relaxing at home should be comfortable with our partner. But not opposed to trying things the other one likes.By all means don’t fall into the friend zone, we should make each other feel desired a lot.
women over 50 should read this !! why are they trying to be millennials ???