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A "cougar" is typically defined as an older woman who is primarily attracted to younger men, often involving a sexual relationship. Although there are no precise ages , the woman is usually 35 years or older with the man more than eight years her junior. Some people consider "cougar" to be a sexist, derogatory term , but the meaning varies from offensive to empowering depending on the person. The term "cougar" is an example of how modern culture defines and prescribes roles for heterosexual women and men in society; other similar stereotypes include sugar daddy and sugar mama.

Cougar (slang)

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Top definition. An older woman who frequents clubs in order to score with a much younger man. The cougar can be anyone from an overly surgically altered wind tunnel victim, to an absolute sad and bloated old horn-meister, to a real hottie or milf. Cougars are gaining in popularity -- particularly the true hotties -- as young men find not only a sexual high , but many times a chick with her shit together. That cougar I met last night, showed me shit I didn't know existed , I'm goin back for more. Aug 26 Word of the Day.

A 'Cougar' State of Mind

Learn more. So I've heard two reactions from women about "cougars"—defined here as "attractive older women who are desirable to, or mutually desire, much younger men. One group of women gets a kick out of the term. These women are middle-aged and think that it's pretty trendy that any woman over 45 can saunter down the street and have men's eyes follow her; If those eyes are under 30, so much the better.
Cougar is slang for a woman who seeks sexual activity with significantly younger men. The origin of the word cougar as a slang term is debated, but it is thought to have originated in Western Canada and first appeared in print on the Canadian dating website Cougardate. The term has been variously applied to women who pursue sexual relations with men more than eight years younger than they are, [4] and to women over the age of 40 who aggressively pursue sexual relations with men in their 20s or 30s. A British psychological study published in Evolution and Human Behavior asserted that men and women, in general, continue to follow traditional gender roles when searching for mates, and thus concluded that the posited "cougar phenomenon" does not exist, or more precisely, exists but is rare. The study found that most men preferred younger, physically attractive women, while most women, of any age, preferred successful, established men their age or older.