Trophy Wife VS Boy Toy  

rm_Simplysexy65 50F
870 posts
6/23/2006 10:49 am
Trophy Wife VS Boy Toy

Let's face it...that blonde-bimbo-Barbie we had as children really sets us up for problems later in life...... And that includes her "now defined: metrosexual sidekick and stud Ken (whom I am sure swings both ways fellas)! As we later develop into adults and start reaching for the Internet to feast upon sex sites using our natural born sexual prowness....we come to discover the Trophy Wife and Boy Toy!

A trophy wife refers to a marriage pattern in Western society in which some men marry attractive women as a form of display intended to exhibit their wealth and success to others.

A trophy wife doesn’t have to cook and clean and get her manicured nails all dirty.

Often rich and successful men who follow this pattern divorce their first wives, often with a generous divorce settlement, and then marry a second much younger woman.

In many cases this pattern is repeated with subsequent wives. This marriage pattern is of interest to anthropologists because is can be seen as a form of serial monogamy and is analogous to patterns of polygamy in other societies.

Rock stars in particular, like Mick Jagger and Rod Stewart, never take anything BUT trophy wives. And there are billionaires like Donald Trump, whose latest acquisition is model Melania Knauss.

And what happens when the trophy wife gets older, like Bianca Jagger and Ivana Trump? Why, the men dump them, usually with a fair settlement, and take another one! It’s like swapping your Jimmy Choos for a newer, better-looking model.

Encouraged by Madonna and Demi Moore, increasing numbers of women are dating younger men. But what's in it for the toy boys? HMMMM
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The kind of woman who goes for a toy boy is usually financially and emotionally independent; she doesn't require a man for status or security.

SHARON STONE is desperately looking for a toyboy lover - because DEMI MOORE shows dating a younger man can work.

Stone is thrilled Moore's relationship with 27-year-old Kutcher has been a success and wants to find her own younger man.

They should watch out because if they're not careful, their wives will now be the ones leaving them for younger men!!

Only a few days ago I was having a conversation with my pool boy who is 21 years old. I said, 'I could be your mother.' He smiled!

A 21-year-old would be happy to spend the whole afternoon washing your hair for you. But a 43-year-old man who works too hard will get his secretary to send you flowers. HA!

Women have always been turned on to younger men and 'historically, older women were expected to introduce these younger men to the refinement and excitement of sex with the older woman, They were lovers but they were also teachers. The sexual potency of younger men, who have sperm that flows like tap water, is galling to older men. Older men sit in judgement but younfer men don't do that. They are able to admire a woman for what she has achieved.

Can there be equality in the relationship? Well, there is sexual equality, but, I have to admit, little else (we are both at our sexual peaks).

The way I see it, the kind of woman who goes for a toy boy is usually financially and emotionally independent; she doesn't require a man for status or security. She is therefore able to make a truly honest and objective choice about who she wants to be with.

She doesn't want a bloated banker to buy her dinner; she would rather have fun and laugh with a younger man than have boring, responsible weekends in the country with a man her own age. She wants to be reminded that she can still be independent and is still sexy.


Steel_Legs 58M/F

6/24/2006 9:59 pm

Answer; Because I can!

Question; Why would you be with a (man/woman) so many years younger than you?

This is (in my admittedly jaded opinion) the only honest answer.

BTW - Great blog, really fun.

Steel_Legs
Lee

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Char11965 53F

6/27/2006 7:55 am

I totally agree with everything here except for the "younger" part. All my boytoys have been my age, 20's to 40's. And so looking forward to the 50's! I have just never been able to get around the "younger" part...
Great post!!
Char~ {=}


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