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The “cougar” phenomenon has been popularised by Cougar Town, a successful television series in the United States starring Courtney Cox as a 40-something mother who dates younger men.
A "cougar" is a slang term used for such women in the US and is epitomised by celebrities such as Demi Moore, whose husband, Ashton Kutcher, is 16 years her junior.
The 1967 Hollywood film The Graduate, starred Anne Bancroft played the original "cougar", where she chased after a young Dustin Hoffman.
Here’s her defense: The Myth: Cougars Are Imaginary Creatures At the same moment I launched my book, Females and Younger Men, to point out the global trend of women dating and marrying younger men and explain why this trend has occurred, a study came out from a college professor.
The study was based on researching dating websites and his own interviews.
This week, our study addresses the question of Cougar and Cub couplings.
A “Cougar” is generally defined as an attractive woman over 30 years old, who is dating or likes to date younger men (affectionately referred to as “Cubs”).
The Fact: Women are Dating and Marrying Younger Men Here’s proof:- On a Sunday, in July of 2009, 7 of the 25 marriages covered in the venerable New York Times were women with younger men - nearly 30 percent.- According to the BBC, 26 percent of British brides were older than their grooms - more than one in four marriages.His finding was that women still preferred older men, and that the cougar trend was a myth. Reuters ran it and that piece was picked up and reprinted or reposted by dozens of other media.But Time magazine put out an article in which the reliability of the study was indeed questioned, as did the Huffington Post. As we know, college professors do their research on college freshmen (remember all those mandatory experiments you did in your Psych 100 class? OK, news flash: 18-year-old college females who take those surveys aren’t looking for younger men -- in fact, that would be illegal.Both Cougar Life and Arrangement Seeks are owned by the same company, Avid Life Media.It also allows similar advertising for other sites that “match” older men and younger women, such as Date AMillionaire.com, which says clients can meet “sugar babies”.