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If aging guys would commit to doing this, everyone would benefit: older men and younger men, older women and younger women.This proposal flies in the face of everything we're taught is normal and inevitable.If there's one tangible thing that men can do to help end sexism—and create a healthier culture in which young people come of age—it's to stop chasing after women young enough to be their biological daughters.As hyperbolic as it may sound, there are few more powerful actions that men can take to transform the culture than to date, mate, and stay with their approximate chronological peers.Research on the preferences of users of OK Cupid, one of America's most popular dating sites, indicates that "men show a decided preference for younger women, especially as the men get older...so, even though men and women are more-or-less proportionately represented on the site, men's decided preference for younger women makes for many fewer potential dates for women." The culturally prescribed response to stories like Depp's or that of the OK Cupid data is a knowing nod: Older men chasing young women is a tale as old as time.Ours, as Buchanan documented, is a culture which represents men's sexual desirability as being as enduring as women's is fleeting.
In the popular imagination, men do this because they can—and because they're presumably answering the call of evolutionary and biological imperatives that push them irresistibly towards younger women.
By contrast, the contemporary hype about cougars and pumas revolves around smaller age-disparities.
Described as acting like a "besotted teenager," the thoroughly middle-aged Depp is reportedly eager to start a new family with Heard, who wasn't yet born when he made his film debut in 1984's last month, Depp is only one of many aging male Hollywood stars whose onscreen love interests remain forever young.
Stars like Liam Neeson and Tom Cruise age slowly, if at all, out of sex symbol status.
Take the case of Johnny Depp, who turns 50 next month.