Sorry about that. I figured you thought I was cringy because I was bald.
This post is just my opinion, wether it be true or false, it seems true in my mind.
There is nothing wrong with an older man dating/marrying a younger woman as long as she 18 and older in the U.S.. There is no law against this. Just bias opinions that are mostly made popular by Hollywood. Honestly, children from older fathers and younger mothers have a much better chance of having a stable home than two young parents. If you don't agree, see the divorce rate. An older father would generally bring more wisdom and wealth to help raise a family, and a younger woman would bring a healthier body to help conceive and raise children.
According to some traditions Joseph would of been a senior citizen and Mary would of been a teenager when Jesus was born. This seems to be totally outrageous in todays age, but once again marriage is a business in my mind. If this tradition was true, Joseph would be been scorned and mostly likely thrown in prison for statutory rape in the U.S., if it happened in our modern era. I'm not saying the tradition is true, but it seems likely in my mind.
If you don't think marriage is a business, why does a man have to offer a engagement ring that is normally the price of a used or new car? Not to mention that some Christian faiths believe that wearing jewelry is the opposite of being modest. (Read the book of Enoch for more information on that topic.) Why don't single ladies look for grown men living with their parents? Would it be because of money? Marriage has become so diluted from it's original purpose, that it's almost impossible to have successful one.
Another cultural bias in married couples today, is woman are choosing men about the same age. The downfall of this cultural acceptance would be that, by the time the couple is ready to have kids financially in many cases, the woman is passed her prime. If you notice, the amount of kids per household has dropped dramatically over time. Why is this do you presume? The cost of living maybe?
The best age for a woman to have children is in her 20's, but I'm sure this is debatable. You need at least 18-20 years to raise the kid/kids, so that would make the mother about 40 about the time the kids are off to college. People tend to have more energy in their 20's and 30's, than their 30's and 40's; Which is good, because kids sort of tax parents financially, emotionally, time wise, and their energy. I know exceptions apply, but generally this seems true. So, why is it wrong to marry an older man again? Because he is old and creepy?!?! Seems rather shallow.
Older ladies that are close to age 40 are spending thousands (15-25 thousand dollars) to have medical treatments done to get pregnant for their first child in their same age marriage. The rate of infant deaths in older mothers seems to be very high from what I hear from family and friends.
Generally, a man likes adventure, travel, pursuing goals, accomplishing tasks, and enjoying hobbies. Raising kids would pretty much erase any chance of enjoying life's pleasures. A man may feel trapped in a family situation when he really wants to say, go drinking with the boys, vacationing, or pursing life dreams. Maybe when a man is 50, he is pretty much partied out, and ready to settle down at that point.
Many woman crave security and normally wants to bring children in the world, if the conditions are right. Being an older lady in the late 30's, or early 40's, and conceiving kids makes everything harder. So, why wouldn't a woman want a man that is ready to settle down, who is financially secure, and is in his 50's again? Because he is old and gross?!?! This world is mad!!!!
I don't want to get married, so this isn't for personal gain. It's really stating logical opinions to help promote a better life for both man and woman.
Please feel to respond with constructive criticism.