However, I must add that she has a huge leaning towards younger men.And when I say younger men, I’m talking about guys that are in their early 20s. I mean, everyone deserves to be in a relationship where they are loved and cherished.
However, I'm not too sure about an older woman dating someone young enough to be their son?But is it really as bad as everyone makes it out to be?Many older single women spend a lot of time looking for an attractive, kind, older, single man.While it’s true that some of us find the man of our dreams after 60, the majority of women that I have spoken to are deeply skeptical of this approach.The old adage “age is just a number” has never been truer for me than now, and I bet Klum feels the same way.
No one seems to ask Penn or Thicke what it’s like to date a younger woman, and no one should be asking a woman that question about a younger man. Isn’t it time we finally stopped considering older woman/younger man romances so shocking?No relationship is guaranteed to work forever, no matter the age difference of those involved.I’m not even 100% sure about mine, but for now, my boyfriend and I work, because we’re both intelligent and like-minded in our values and politics, because the chemistry is there in spades, and because the desire to learn more about each other grows every day.(Luckily, she has plenty to say in response to her critics.) Meanwhile, Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Robin Wright, Kim Catrall, Mariah Carey, Susan Sarandon, and Demi Moore (who also happens to have dated Klum’s current partner) also know what I’m talking about.The sexist criticism of older woman / younger man relationships are as old as time, and Klum — who seems to have a smart, sophisticated 30-year-old boyfriend — is just the most recent casualty of this double standard.This kind of heterosexual dynamic has become the norm.