Dating younger bad boys

10 Aug

Bad Boys II is a 2003 American buddy cop action comedy film directed by Michael Bay, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and starring Martin Lawrence and Will Smith.

A sequel to the 1995 film Bad Boys and the second installment in the Bad Boys series, the film follows detectives Burnett and Lowrey investigating the flow of ecstasy into Miami.

They're Drama-Free"When I have the choice, I date men who are 30 years younger than me.

Men in their 30's are still about having fun, adventuring, exploring and building their career, and they appreciate a drama free connection with a woman.

They don't mind the power inequity, while men who are closer to my age feel the need to battle for the position." — Paula, 673.

They Make Great Rebounds "I dated a guy who was 6 years my junior after a bad breakup. The sex was AMAZING and his friends basically thought I was a goddess ..I couldn't have a normal 'grownup' conversation with him at all, even about the simplest things.

Unbeknownst to Mike and Marcus, Syd is an undercover operative with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), as a money laundering agent for Russian gangsters; the Russian gangsters are in fact the distributors of the ecstasy on behalf of neurotic Cuban drug lord Johnny Tapia.

So, when your parents are totally and completely against you going for a so-called “bad boy,” you immediately go for him, right? While exploring, bad boys are just what many of us are looking for at the time.

Police arrest the surviving Klan members, who are revealed to be mere small-time buyers and not distributors.

The incident leaves Marcus to further question if he still wants to partner with Mike, while Mike fears that Marcus may discover his new relationship with Marcus' sister, Syd.

Recently, an article published by Broadly claimed, “Everyone knows [bad boys] … Thanks to a recent study, this is now scientifically verifiable.” The research it refers to is a study published earlier this year, which suggested that some men smoke and drink because this makes them more attractive short-term partners.

Leaving aside the obvious point that the article is conflating “bad” with drinking and smoking (as Girl on the Net writes, “badness” is really a lot more than just smoking 20 a day or drinking like there’s no tomorrow), is it really true that women prefer bad boys (read: insensitive, macho jerks)?