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Georgia Man, 31, Happily Dating A Woman Who Is 60 Years His Senior (Video)

| by Dominic Kelly

31-year-old Kyle Jones of Augusta, Georgia first realized his attraction to older women when, at the age of 18, he began a sexual relationship with a 50-year-old woman. Now, Jones is dating multiple older women at one time, including 91-year-old Marjorie McCool.

Jones says he and McCool met in 2009 after noticing her in a bookstore. He asked her out and she said yes after being single for 37 years. The mother of five, whose sons are ages 50, 52, 61, 63, and 71, says that she and Jones have a strong and energetic physical relationship, and although many people think it’s strange, her own family isn’t bothered by it.

"In the beginning I got jealous of his other women but he keeps coming back to me and tells me I'm the best,” said McCool. "The physical side of our relationship is wonderful. I amaze myself, he amazes me. There's nothing better. I wear sexy outfits to bed. I try to keep my bra on though because I don't have much left.”

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Jones says he dates up to five women at a time, on average, and most usually fall between the ages of 60 and 80.

“Whenever I'm trying to speak to an older woman, the first reaction I get is 'you're way too young'. I find persistence is good so I tell them it'll be fun,” described Jones. “Women worry about their boobs sagging but I think the natural hang looks great. I'm really not a fan of plastic surgery. I don't like to say grey, I'm a fan of platinum hair. I prefer it natural.”

While many believe that Jones has ulterior motives, he says that he genuinely is attracted to older women.

“Everyone's brain is wired differently, some guys prefer blondes, some brunettes, some like other guys - I like old ladies,” said Jones. “The most common criticism I hear is 'you're after money' or 'you're after inheritance'. Or people think these women must be buying me things. But it's not true at all - I do this because I like it and they like it too.”

Jones’ mother Cecilia, 50, said that although she thought it was a phase in the beginning, she is now supportive of her son’s choice in women.

“I think a lot of children have crushes on their teachers, so it didn't strike me as strange,” said Cecilia. “I really wasn't sure if that was something that he was going to stay with or if it was just a cougar phase some young men go through. However, later when I saw the kind of women he was spending time with I knew it wasn't a phase.”

McCool says that she has grandchildren that are older than Jones, and despite some negativity from outsiders, she is truly happy with her boyfriend who just happens to be 60 years younger.