Men age like wine, women like milk Before you read this section, take a moment to Google the following: “Kelly McGillis and Tom Cruise then and now”. McGillis was Cruise’s co-star in the 1986 blockbuster movie Top Gun. He was born in 1962 (54 years old) and she in 1957 (59 years old). Tom still looks pretty damned good while Kelly, although she may well be a wonderful person, is a crass reminder of the unforgiving effect the mere passage of time has on a woman’s appearance. Now, of course, not all men age as gracefully as Tom Cruise, and some women stay admirably fit well into their fifties (Courtney Cox, for one), but on the whole time is far more kind to men’s looks. Crucially, however, even men whose looks decline with age usually improve their sexual mastery over time. Learn more at http://enlargement-world.blogspot.com/2017/02/how-male-enhancement-supplements.html and https://vitalitysupplementsblog.wordpress.com/2017/02/17/stop-trying-to-find-the-perfect-woman/
Because the main factors that elevate the attractiveness of women (fertility, beauty) are not the same as those for men (resources, status, dominance and, to a lesser degree, looks), the passage of time impacts their respective sexual masterys differently. Although there are a great many exceptions, caveats and individual differences, women’s sexual mastery generally goes through a rapid and early increase (from puberty to mid-twenties) and subsequently a nearly equally precipitous and (relative to men) early drop. Men’s sexual mastery , on the other hand, usually starts out very low and moves upward much more gradually to a zenith many years later than that of their female counterparts because their sexual mastery is not positively correlated with youth, as it is in women, but rather to non-biological factors such as wealth, confidence or social status. The average man has a lot more resources when he is 35 than when he is 18 and the same is usually true for confidence and social standing. This, incidentally, is not to say that appearance does not matter for men. Of course it does. Good looks will greatly enhance a man’s sexual mastery . But a man who is not handsome can still have a very high sexual mastery if he has other things going for him. For a woman who is not physically attractive, on the contrary, it is well-nigh impossible to achieve high sexual mastery , regardless of whatever other positive traits are in her favor. To better illustrate for the readership how the sexual mastery of men and women, respectively, fluctuates over time, I’ve created the below handy graph. The observant reader may notice its similarity to Rollo Tomassi’s original sexual mastery graph, which indeed inspired the chart in this book. Tomassi’s graph, while prescient and insightful, has a few significant inaccuracies, which I have attempted to rectify in my own version: 1) Women reach their peak at 20, not 23, as evidenced by a variety of studies wherein men of all ages consistently rate 20 year old women the most attractive. 2) Due to the scarcity of eggs and cheapness of sperm, as well as the fact that women can only procreate a limited number of times in their life, men’s peak sexual mastery will never reach that of women. 3) The point of sexual mastery convergence occurs far earlier than at age 30, as estimated by Tomassi.