Age discrimination online dating
Was just on CBS Early Show and had a blast, as usual.Julie Chen was super nice and made getting up at am well worth it. Well, it’s morning news, so there’s only so deep you can go.) It was when Julie asked the male anchors whether It was a quick segment… but I’m truly okay with being done in the kid department too, so I could go either way.
Yet when we logged onto her old JDate profile, she audibly gasped. There’s a difference between a serial fabricator and a woman who is insecure that telling the truth will lead to age discrimination. Is the whole “fibbing your age” thing a blanket recommendation or just for women/men who may want to start a family again or who feel they are being wrongly discriminated against because of their age? I guess I’m okay with “weeding out” the guys who want to have babies.Recently, Erika — who is also a dating expert for JDate, the author of “Love at First Site” and a syndicated columnist on dating — wrote an article about the ageism she sees among her online dating clients.What she wrote piqued our interest, so we checked in with her by phone to learn more. And my gut reaction was: “That’s gross.” Then she told me about how all her girlfriends will get together and sleep over at their house, where this wealthy older man “spoils” all these attractive women, 15 or more years younger than him. One of my oldest friends (not in an age sense; in a friendship-length sense) is female. And I just found out recently that one of her best friends who is our age (35-ish) is married to a guy who is 50-plus.
At least that’s what I would have said, if I had more time. It’s a joint decision, but I’m okay with only communicating with the men who feel they don’t want children or have kids and don’t want anymore.