Attention all " women of a certain age " - Esquire magazine has decided that you're still sexy, as long as that "certain age" falls below In an illuminating article, Esquire writer Tom Junod pronounces 42 as the most alluring age of In the past when women left their 30s, Junod says, they could break out the funeral pyre for both their looks and their entire sense of womanhood. According to Junod, if a woman refused to retire her sexual prowess at age 42, then "she was either predatory or desperate". And if she remained beautiful, her beauty only derived from the fact that it was fleeting. If she were single, "well, then God help her," prays Junod.
The Most Stunning Celebrity Women Over 50
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It's hard to believe that some of these famous women are over 50 years old. But like the best fine wines, these nice ladies have managed to stay gorgeous, proving that age is just a number. There are a bunch of familiar faces on this list. Christie Brinkley, Sharon Stone, Heather Locklear, and Demi Moore are on this list and are prime examples of beautiful women in their fifties or over.
#TheLIST: Sexy Beyond Sixty
Once limited to covered-up looks and mother-of-the-bride styles, today's older generation of women are proving that dressing sexy doesn't have to stop at a certain age. From red carpet sirens like Jane Fonda and Susan Sarandon to on-stage icons Cher and Madonna, these are the women utilizing fashion to fight ageism. All over 60 and dressing sexier than ever At 71 years old, Sarandon proves you're never too old to flaunt your cleavage— and rock a thigh-high slit dress.
A couple of weeks ago I matched with an awesome girl on Bumble and we've been on two great dates. She is witty and mature and sexy, but she's only 18 my ex was my age and has a kid from a previous relationship. Petra, I know this is legal, but is it OK? My friends — especially my female friends — definitely haven't been that impressed when I told them. It depends what you mean by "OK".