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Sofia and Scott, with a 15-year age gap, like to travel together, share an occasional cigarette, catch some rays side by side and hit some nightclubs hand in hand. Even though his special lady friends tend to fall into the same category — blonde, tall and inside a Victoria’s Secret catalogue — he’s liking them younger and younger. Before Juliette, he’d been spotted with woman a little higher on the age scale (although not the dreaded 30.) Lorena Rae, 23; his ex, Toni Garrn, 25; Alina Baikova, 27; model Candice Blackburn, 20; and now, Juliette, a model. Anyway, Juliette is a New Zealand native who signed with IMG when she was 15 years old.
His latest rumored “girlfriend," Juliette Perkins, is also 19. The two have been spotted nightclubbing together recently, although it's not clear whose ID Juliette is using.
Sofia Richie, daughter of Lionel Richie, is dating the reality star and father of three and she’s only 19 years old. Lionel himself said he's not so into the relationship since Scott's antics have been one of the main storylines on over the past decade.
While the show has matured, the father of three has not. Then there’s notorious modelizer Leonardo Di Caprio. When's the last time this guy dated a schoolteacher or a scientist?
Most aren’t even aware that this is what’s going on, says A. “Probably the most prominent would be evolutionary psychology, which posits that men are attracted to youth and the kind of beauty that is unconsciously linked to procreation,” Wright says.
“While men can procreate throughout their lives, dating a younger woman (especially quite a bit younger) lengthens the ‘window’ for being able to have children.
Thus, the ‘value’ a woman brings is intimately tied to her youth (and beauty, and other markers that have little to do with actual inherent human value).
“Men like women who are younger because they're prettier and more innocent.
Women like men who are older because they're more masculine and usually have more money.
I thought this was common knowledge,” explains one commenter.
Given the differences in values, views and often life goals for a 19-year-old versus a 45-year-old, I would say that generally these romances are unlikely to last.
For a relationship to work, there has to be a mutual understanding and communication which is much harder — though not impossible — to find when the generational divide is so wide." Personal Space is Bravo's home for all things "relationships," from romance to friendships to family to co-workers. Then Like us on Facebook to stay connected to our daily updates.
“I dated an 18 year old when I was 23, so maybe I'm not the demographic you want.