Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Youth Is Wasted On the Young
Men start becoming ‘invisible’ sexually to younger women at 39 - the same age as David Beckham and Russell Brand, according to new research.
They begin turning into ‘The Invisible Man’ from the end of their 30s onwards - and are viewed more as father figures than sex symbols.
The most obvious sign of the change is when a man is no longer eyed up by women when he goes out.
Sorry fellas but at 39 you become 'invisible' to younger women (we're not sure that applies to David Beckham, Bradley Cooper or Russell Brand though)
Men begin turning into 'The Invisible Man' from the end of their 30s onwards
Viewed as less sexually attractive due to grey hair and double chins
Women eye them up less in bars at that age
By BIANCA LONDON
Daily Mail (UK)
PUBLISHED: 05:55 EST, 8 July 2014 | UPDATED: 07:39 EST, 8 July 2014