Our “culture” imposes arbitrary standards of desirability, which include being young in the case of women but not for men.
Leslie, 37, has since claimed: "I don't think I had been in love…"1995 Catherine Zeta-Jones and her married co-star in the television mini-series "Catherine The Great" Paul Mc Gann were seen in a passionate embrace.
was released in 1999, it caused an uproar among feminists because of the large age difference between the two main characters who get romantically involved. To the feminists’ chagrin, however, the pattern of an older man and a younger woman in romance is not limited to movies that appeal mostly to men.
Feminists charge that these movies reinforce the cultural norm that women have to be young to be desirable, whereas men can be much older and still attractive to women.
Angus was very close to getting married to Catherine, but unfortunately, something went wrong.
He called off the engagement after 15 months on 1996.