tl;dr → Bibi Lynch is dating.
wrote aNow I’m in my 50s, young men want to date me: Welcome to the world of WHIPS; Bibi Lynch; In The Telegraph; 2017-08-18.
- Women who are Hot, Intelligent, and in their Prime (WHIP, WWAHIAITP)
- Mom I’d Like to Fuck (MILF)
An attractive and stylish young mother
In Jimi Wales’ Wiki
In The Telegraph…
Why women of 40 and 50 are the new ‘ageless generation’; Leah Hardy; In The Telegraph; 2017-07-02; separately filled.
tl;dr → Of a certain age, and forever 21 (as branded); it is “middle age” but not to be called that because old people are middle aged.
To wit, Gina wit did it first. Nick Graham had it before her.
Gina Pell, press cycle, multiple outlets, 2016-2017.
- separately filled (collected).
Teaser: Because age ain’t nothin’ but a number
Gina Pell is Content Chief, The What, a blog.
tl;dr → Perennials are early-to-mid-career, mid-to-upper-affluence, substantially childlessfree (pre-, post-, bychoice-, anti-), educated, cosmopolitan, coastal, suburban-to-urban, but not urban; and most importantly consumerist in mindset; a.k.a. they are Creative Class “professional” types.
Why women of 40 and 50 are the new ‘ageless generation’; Leah Hardy; In The Telegraph; 2017-07-02; separately filled. Ibidem.
Gina Pell welcomes the Perennials: all-ages movement of relevancy; Catherine Bigelow; In The San Francisco Chronicle; 2017-02-15.
tl;dr → Gina Pell developed The Perennials concept to capture the cohort of older (uh) Millennial-Gen-Xers who, in middle age, now want some respect.
Nick Graham (The Robin Report); The Rise of the Perennial Millennial; In Their Blog; 2016-08-15; separately filled.
CEO of Nick Graham, a Menswear brand (with a capital ‘M’), since 2014.
ex-founder, Chief Underpants Officer, JOE BOXER brand.
Perennial Millennials → a group of generationally agnostic individuals, equally committed to seeking out societal solutions, who respect the ability and intelligence of future generations to guide, be guided, and even ignore the follies of the previous generation.
Quibbling on dates, it appears that Nick Graham uttered Perennial Millennial a quarter prior to Gina Pell’s The Perennials, but the latter presentation got the attentive press cycle.