Letter: A question of stereotypes

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Sir: We live in such a world of stereotypes that if anybody chooses a partner much older, younger, uglier, prettier or of a different class, questions will be raised. To make the world an interesting place, God made human attraction inexplicable. So what if Woody Allen is "old and ugly" ("Too much, too young, darling", 24 May)? To Soon-Yi he is preferable to a youthful Adonis who fails to make her laugh. As they age, people become more comfortable in their skin, shedding the identity crisis of youth. Me? I'm 29 and love an older man.


Skegness, Lincolnshire