Woman says it was ‘great’ to lose virginity to man 41 years older than her

Molly has been dating Tom since October 2016, and says he was the first man she ever slept with

A 22 year-old woman says losing her virginity to her 64 year-old boyfriend was ‘great’ and hailed his ‘patience in the bedroom.’

The woman, who wishes to be known only as Molly, said her boyfriend Tom is the first man she has slept with, and that their 41 and a half year-age gap has helped Tom hone his impressive technique.



Molly told Metro US: ‘He’s been my only one so I can’t compare to anyone else. He has been patient with me in life and in the bedroom.

‘It’s great, we have lots of fun.’

Molly and Tom met at the Pennsylvania flea market where they both work in 2016, after Molly took over her parents’ stand as her mother battled cancer.

The couple met at a flea market where both worked (Picture: Molly/Metro.co.uk)

She says she was immediately attracted to her fellow vendor – and that they had their first date shortly after she confessed her feelings to a friend.

Molly explained: ‘I got a major crush on him, and was telling my friend one weekend. ‘The next weekend he asked me out to the beer and wine festival. ‘I had to get my parent’s permission, since I still lived with them. ‘We went out after that on thrifting trips and we texted a lot.

Molly, whose father is 22 years younger than Tom, said she was attracted to her partner ‘solely based on looks’



‘He even took me to my friend’s mother’s funeral. ‘The texting eventually led to flirting and that eventually led to our first kiss on October 31 2016.’ Molly added: ‘We currently live together and we get along with each other’s family well.

‘We are both pretty odd and get along well. I collect dolls and he collects local history items, among our many other collections. ‘Our music taste is pretty much the same and we bonded over songs, that was very important, we both like odd and out there bands and we had some in common from the beginning.

Molly says her parents ‘weren’t happy at all’ when she and Tom began dating, but added that her father and stepmother now support their relationship (Picture: Molly/Metro.co.uk)

‘Our favorite band, that I turned him on to, is Big Black Delta, it’s very important to us. I go to parties that his friends throw and it’s nice, drinking and card games, tame and very fun.’ Molly, whose father is 22 years younger than Tom, said that initially she was ‘solely attracted to him based on looks.’

She added that as time went on she ‘fell in love with (Tom) as a whole person, adding: ‘He’s so wonderful and is like a prime example of an excellent boyfriend.’ She said that, despite the sizeable age gap, they have much in common, including a shared sense of humor and love of practical jokes. The couple, who have no plans to get married or have children, faced opposition from Molly’s parents, who she says ‘Weren’t happy at all.’

Molly says most people don’t bat an eyelid at her and Tom’s age gap – but that her relationship can sometimes unnerve middle-aged women

Since they began dating, her mother has lost her cancer battle, with Molly saying that her stepmother has been supportive of her relationship. She said that their relationship can also make middle-aged women paranoid, explaining: ‘We really haven’t had any encounters where our ages were an issue. ‘There have been a few times where middle aged women haven seen me hanging on him and they proceed to hang on their husbands, give us dirty looks and one even had her husband look at us.

I find that very funny though.’ She insists that she ‘won’t mind’ caring for Tom if he gets an age-related illness as he gets older, and says caring for her sick mom has given her experience of looking after a loved-one who is ill. Asked for her response to anyone who criticizes their age-gap love, Molly said: ‘ Tom is 64 but I honestly just, don’t see him as 64? He’s just Tom to me. I’m the youngest he has dated.’



Molly said she isn’t fazed by the prospect of caring for Tom if he goes on to suffer an age-related health condition, and cites experience caring for her own mother as she died of cancer

As long as your not hurting anyone, not breaking laws and are happy and comfortable, do whatever you want. ‘I’m in a very difficult place in my life that I know a younger guy couldn’t help me through and Tom is very patience with me, which I really need in my life.’

Source By metro.co.uk

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