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A single father in his early thirties would most likely have a better time in a relationship with a busy cougar in her forties who understands the demands of parenting, appreciates flexibility in a relationships, and has her own independent, full life. Our members know, that fulfilling connections happen when both partners see eye to eye on the important things and communicate their needs honestly.

Today's cougar is fun-loving, smart, knows what she wants-and isn't afraid to go after it.

Everyone can be a cougar, from top-level executives, soccer moms, community leaders, and newly single women who want the fun of a relationship without all the demands and baggage of traditional relationships. There is no standard age for cougars and Cougar Life welcomes women in their 30s, 40s, 50s and up.

For the study, Antfolk surveyed nearly 2,700 adults between the ages of 18 and 50.

Some were single, he said, and some were in long-term relationships.

They're often more open minded than their older counterparts, less judgmental, and are able to see the humor in almost any situation, which is what makes them such a compatible cougar companion.

A free-spirited 35-year- old woman may have more in common with a twenty-something looking to explore the world than a career-focused man her own age, who may be too time-stressed to take time out for romance and enjoying life.

The study of Finnish adults found that many heterosexual men were, in fact, interested in women substantially younger than they were.

And on average, they had a more generous definition of “too young” than women did.

But on the other hand, men were also attracted to women their own age.

And as they aged, their preferences for a sexual partner matured, too.

And on average, they would consider having sex with a woman as young as 21.