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Human Cougars and Cat Cougars Follow a Biological Imperative — 8 Comments

  1. Michael, thanks to “P.O.C” that i am also beginning to understand complicated man-woman relationships.Our cats do teach us a lot about our own selves.Its always normal for wealthy socialite men and women to show off their “Prize partner trophy’s” to the World.Older Women always have young men escorts while older men have young women escorts. Great playboy Hugh.Hefner has girlfriends his granddaughters age !I once read a biography that stated “The rich are a different species” !

      • Good point Michael. We often use animals (bitch, cow, dog etc.) to describe people or their behaviours.

        The best irony there, is that female cats got the name Queen from the old English word quean, which was used to refer to a prositute or woman of ill-repute. The wanton behaviour of a female cat in heat was likened to that of a quean. (The spelling changed over the years.)

  2. Interesting.

    Actually, having always been with younger men, I believe that most women don’t choose younger men in order to procreate; they choose them because of performance abilities and the desire to turn back the clock.

    I’m always baffled that the drive to mate can be so strong with female big cats. The studies show that the only female animals that can get pleasure from intercourse are pigs and humans. And, sows have orgasms lasting 30 minutes.

    I want to be a pig in my next lifetime.

    • I don’t understand why women who go out with younger men should have a label and “cougar” suggests a predatory nature a la Mrs Robinson.

      There’s lots of men who constantly date or marry women half their age, but they don’t get labelled, because their age gap is considered acceptable by society.

      Dee: You can add dolphins and bonobo apes to your list of creatures who have recreational sex.

      • Agreed, it is unfair on women. It is as if women are treading on men’s toes. Only men can be predatory but it is not true. Lions do much of the hunting 😉 I guess men came up with the label.

      • I didn’t know that about dolphins or bonobo apes, Michele.
        Now, I don’t know which mammal I would want to come back as. None are really safe from humans.

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