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I met the 17-year-old while visiting my 17-year-old cousin in the burbs. After a few shared cigarettes, I found myself making out with him on the hood of my car, our bodies causing the metal to cave where we lay.
These romances, if you can call them that, were flings that, for the duration of the evening, I treated like serious relationships. ” I asked the 17-year-old, not having the heart to send him back home right away. His mother left a series of frantic voicemails on my phone earlier. I took the bottle out of Patrick’s hand and tried to calm him down.
The more I sensed a boy’s awe, the longer I lingered, listening to stories about his childhood, transforming myself into the perfect female fantasy for him to idealize forever. He didn’t have a fake ID or any money, but he was still cute. It was a small get together with an amateur DJ and guests sprawled on couches. We spent hours on the phone, talking about his unrequited love for me. “I don’t know what you’ve told him or what you made him think, but Patrick needs to come home! The next morning, I knew I would send him home to his mother. And still, it was still hard not to be seduced by the wondrous way the 17-year-old looked at me.
Annette Wheeler* didn’t recall the exact moment she first heard the term “cougar,” but she did remember dashing to her computer to look it up.
To her shock and bemusement, there was a new term to describe what she had been doing most of her life — dating younger men.