I would atleast think they may be fun time but certainly not LTR material much less spouse material. I also think that males view this much differently than females in general.Well, let me again be clear. I'm talking about sex with someone who is essentially a stranger, that you don't really know at all. (I am not, for example, talking about no-strings no-plans non-exclusive sex with a friend you've known for a while and like as a person).I'm interested in hearing why you would think like this.
During my time as a single person looking to date, it seems like casual sex is more prevalent with people over 30 and generally the norm in over 40s.
The fact that it might be the norm in single over-40s (I don't know if that's true, but if you say so) it doesn't change my view. Perhaps in some cases that's related to why they are single.
I hesitated before posting this, and I guess I expected it to be met with howls of outrage. Thank you for your measured response. If someone wants sex with a stranger, it suggests to me that all they see of person is their body, like whether they are cute or not. It's like buying something because the advertising said it was good.
I don't understand her comment about 40's plus people either. I would guess the opposite from what I've seen.