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RX Radio Olive: Just like wine, Older men love better

Of recent, there has been a new trend where old men in late 40’s 50’s 60’ and 70’s are getting married or hooked up with young women in their 20’s and 30’s.

According to RX Radio Presenter Olive Najjuma, the trend is likely to persist because women are getting to understand that older men are more understanding, kind, loving and more reasonable than the younger men.

“A man in his 50’s or 60’s has seen and done it all and now he understands the value of having a good woman on his side. Women want to feel wanted and appreciated as human beings and not be looked at as sex objects. With an older man, a woman feels like she’s more than a companion, feels wanted and appreciated. Older men are often time high value men who are also stable both emotionally and financially and subscribe to chivalry that’s lost among the younger breed,” she said during Wednesday’s The Fatboy Show.

Her Co-host James Onen a.k.a Fatboy noted that although these older men are better lovers, their sexual drive is low and would probably not be able to satisfy a woman in their late 20’s or 30’s.

“I dated a young woman and at night she expected me to give her like five rounds of sex when all I wanted to do was sleep because I had to wake up early to go to work. A man in his 60’s is not going to have the energy to satisfy a 30-year-old woman and that’s why these women end up with young men that can match their sex drive,” Fatboy who is in his mid-40’s said.

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