If you’re kind of on the fence about this, then maybe you’re not someone who’s looking to be part of it, and you should just go on another service. You don’t wake up one day and say “I’m a cougar.” It’s something you’ve done your whole life — just the kind of men you seek out and who seek you out, and it works out for you…And it’s not like the website is super public and everyone’s going to know that you’ve just embraced this term.It had to happen: now there’s a cougar dating site.
Ashley Madison is at the forefront of global conversations about modern relationships, dating, and sexuality.You must have come across some of them — To be honest, I haven’t had any negative response at all,.And I have quite a few cougar girlfriends who are on Cougar Life who are now successfully dating cubs, so to speak. I started Cougar Life because I had so many friends in their 30s say to me, “Where are you finding all these loving amazing relationships with these amazing guys? Because I’m revamping the word, I think people are embracing it. Don’t get so upset by it, everything in the world has labels on it, why not make it light, make it fun, make it something we can be cute about instead of being so serious?Identifying a Cougar Attracting an Older Woman Community Q&A “Cougars” are popularly defined as women in their 40s (or older) who date significantly younger men, generally at a 10-year age gap or more.Pop culture paints the cougar as predatory and pathetically desperate, but women have recently begun fighting the stereotype: real cougars, they argue, are confident, successful, single women over the age of 40, who — tired of unromantic and narrow-minded men their own age — date younger, more active and more adventurous men.We were naturally curious, and questioned Opdenkelder about the service, the way people use the word “cougar,” and how she hopes to change that.