Single men in their 60s are looking for a woman who is feminine and is willing to help them feel like a man.

Just as I think I have been stood up, a lone chap arrives, clad in a lime-green anorak, looking anxious and slighter in stature than I was expecting.

The barman points me out, and Home Boy steps up and greets me confidently with a kiss on the cheek. The period after a breakup is the perfect time for a little post-relationship debriefing with trusted friends.

Men are not always looking for a younger body to cuddle up next to.

More important is that fact that younger women are more willing to show their feminine side to win a man’s heart.

Of course, they don’t have our experience, or our battle scars for that matter, but, this is beside the point. Or, you may decide that she is right, but, that finding a partner is just not worth the trouble.

Lisa argues that, if we can connect with our feminine side, we can find a quality man, regardless of who we are competing with. But, I promise you that her opinions come from interactions with 100s of older women, just like you.Even though your old clothes may still fit, revise your clothes closet, hair color/style, buy a new trench/raincoat.This is about reflecting who you are inside and allowing that to show to the world and other people around you.As a result, she knows what she’s saying, even if her advice is not always pleasant to hear. Please don’t forget to like, share and comment on the video! Please watch the video and add your thoughts in the comments section below.Do you think that the feminist movement disrupted our ability to express our feminine side? Simon and Garfunkel's song title is applicable to the turbulent boomer dating waters. I have been rejected by my first two online dating hopefuls. My choices: spend the rest of my life living alone or jump into the over-50 dating pool.