Origins Of The Cougar


A little trivia for you: The origins of the term “cougar” dates back to the 1980’s when members of the Vancouver Canucks used it in the locker room as a derogatory name for the team’s older groupies. But the concept has been around much longer.

Hot, tight-bodied older women have always fueled younger men’s sexual fantasies since our fathers were our age. (Just watch 1967’s The Graduate to see Dustin Hoffman seduced by pop-culture’s first cougar.) But now that every “The View”-watching wildcat is lusting after boy-toy ass, a new breed of sexed-up older ladies is upon us – and no man is safe.

From Mrs. Robinson to Sharon Stone, DETAILS takes a look at the social evolution of the cougar in this month’s Saturation Point: Cougars.

COED Writer
COED Writer
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