Thirty-one-year-old Kyle Jones is in a relationship with a 91-year-old great-grandmother, Marjorie McCool, whom he met at a bookstore where he worked some five years ago when she was a spry 86-year-old. The two have been dating casually since then and have an active sex life.
Jones, of Augusta, Ga., is also dating a 67-year-old and three other older women, the Daily Mail reports.
"Everyone's brain is wired differently, some guys prefer blondes, some brunettes, some like other guys—I like old ladies," Jones told the Daily Mail.
Jones told the British newspaper that he became attracted to older women when he was 18 and had an intimate relationship with a 50-year-old.
"Most of the time, the average age I go for is between 60 and 80," he told the Daily Mail. "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."
Jones describes himself as single, but he is currently dating up to five women, most of whom have met his 50-year-old mother.
McCool told the Daily Mail that she had been single for 37 years after splitting with the father of her six children. When Jones approached her she was reluctant at first, but then agreed to go on a date.
"In the beginning I got jealous of his other women, but he keeps coming back to me and tells me I'm the best," McCool told the newspaper. "The physical side of our relationship is wonderful. I amaze myself; he amazes me. There's nothing better."
She said that her children weren't upset when they found out that she was dating someone younger than them.
"My family consists mostly of boys, and they don't really care—what I do is my business. Their ages are 71, 63, 61, 52 and 50. When people see us out together they probably think that he's my son, or maybe even a grandson. I have grandsons older."
Explaining his attraction to "refined women," Jones said, "Women worry about their boobs sagging, but I think the natural hang looks great. I'm really not a fan of plastic surgery. "
Jones is aware that dating older women has its disadvantages: "Perhaps I would like to meet the right person and settle down, but I know they would die before me."
And what does Jones' mother think of all this?
"I think a lot of children have crushes on their teachers, so it didn't strike me as strange," Ceceila Jones Clark told the Daily Mail. "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."
Read more at the Daily Mail.