Kyle Jones, 31, is not ashamed of the qualities he finds attractive in a mate. In fact, he believes he was "wired" that way: "Everyone's brain is wired differently, some guys prefer blondes, some brunettes, some like other guys—I like old ladies."
One of his girlfriends, 91-year-old great-mother Marjorie McCool, was surprised at first that Jones wanted to court her, but has taken to him: "Sometimes I feel like he's another son...until we hop in bed and I feel different."
Jones, who lives in Pittsburgh, is as the Daily Mail delicately puts it, involved with "numerous pensioners." He's also dating 68-year-old Anna Reimol, whom he met on a dating website. "When he first contacted me I did question his motives because I was twice his age," she said. "He's very attentive to your needs. He just makes you feel good."
But McCool would appear to be his main squeeze: "In the beginning I got jealous of his other women but he keeps coming back to me and tells me I'm the best." She also told the Daily Mail that her family isn't bothered by their relationship—not even her grandsons that are older than Jones.
Jones' mother, Ceceila Jones Clark, 50, is supportive of her sons' relationships. She does not think he is a "cougar chaser."
"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," she said. "However, later when I saw the kind of women he was spending time with I knew it wasn't a phase."
And for Jones, he knows your suspicions, and contends it's all for love:
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. I've dated women from various ends of the financial spectrum, but it's never about what they have.