PhD Position in Computational Social Choice at University of Amsterdam in Netherlands, 2019
Meet 57-year-old mother of 4 who has slept with 200 toyboys
A 57-year-old mother of four who has slept with over 200 toyboys has claimed that sex with younger men is so good she dates multiple guys at once.
Gaynor Evans from Enfield, London says she began her love affair with younger men after hooking up with a 23-year-old following the divorce of her second husband in 2010.
She got married to her first husband at 18, with whom she had three children with, before divorcing him a decade later. In 1987, she got re-married to a man ten years younger than her, but that ended in 2010, leaving her single in her mid-forties before switching her attention to younger men.
According to her, toyboys are better in bed, and she never dates men older than 30 as they’re the secret to keeping her young.
Gaynor, an author, and businesswoman said: “I’m one of the most openly prolific cougars out there.
“I’m not boasting about it and I know it’s not for everyone, but I’m non-repentant.
I make no apologies for being a prolific cougar because it’s a lifestyle choice and one I’m happy with.
“My sexual desire has never waned and I’m dating three men non-exclusively at the moment.”
She also disclosed that she never dates exclusively and can have around three men on the go at one time, but her personality doesn’t suit older men
She said: “I’m an older woman who has stepped outside convention – I’m very unusual. Although I’m nearly 60, I feel 30.
“I won’t waste time worrying whether people judge me for having great sex with a 25-year-old.
“Older men need looking after, but younger men just enjoy life and don’t have the baggage,” she continued.
“Older men also tend to go for younger women.
“Younger men don’t want mothering despite what people would think – they make you feel in touch with the world.”
Speaking on her failed marriages, the businesswoman said: “My first husband and I married really young and we didn’t really know what we were doing.
“When I met my second husband I was a single mum with three children and he was a decade younger.
“I was very busy with work and we just drifted apart.
“After being married twice I was launched back into single life. I was disillusioned.
“Being single in my late 40s was a shock, and I decided I had to change the ways I thought about things.
“I was terrified, as an older woman I struggled with my confidence so I reinvented myself.”
While out with her daughters Laura, 38 and Katie, 39, the divorcee said she began to realise she was getting a lot of male attention
“I noticed I started getting approaches from younger guys while I was out with my daughters.
“Initially I thought they were just being polite but then I realised they were interested.
“It was an eye-opener – I couldn’t believe they were flirting with me.
“Eventually, I went for it with a 23-year-old.
“Being intimate with him was a very uplifting experience, he was very adoring and flattering.
“That spurred me on and I went from strength to strength.”
“I have never had a bad experience in bed with a younger man.
“The chemistry is very electric because as an older woman I’m confident – I’ve never been criticised.
“It’s not just about the sex though. It’s so far from that, it’s about the conversation and the rapport. Feelings do get involved.
“I multi-date and I’m not exclusive with men because it would be unrealistic of me to expect the same from them.
“I know people who are 100 per cent faithful, but I think that a man’s natural inclination is to spread his seed.
The Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) at the University of Amsterdam invites applications for a fully funded four-year Ph.D. position in the Computational Social Choice Group led by Ulle Endriss.
This position is part of the Collective Information Project, which will eventually employ a total of five junior researchers. It is funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) under the VICI scheme.
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The aim of the Collective Information Project is to improve our understanding of how best to aggregate information supplied by several independent agents and how the structural properties of the kind of information we wish to aggregate influences the performance of different aggregation mechanisms.
The University of Amsterdam is a public university located in Amsterdam, Netherlands; it is the third-oldest university in the Netherlands. It is one of the largest research universities in Europe with 31,186 students, 4,794 staff, 1,340 Ph.D. students and an annual budget of €600 million.
- Application deadline: February 15, 2019
- Course Level: Position is available for the Master’s degree.
- Study Subject: Computational Social Choice
- Scholarship Award: The gross monthly salary amounts to €2,325 during the first year, rising to €2,972 during the fourth year, and will be supplemented with an 8% holiday allowance and an 8.3% end-of-year bonus.
- Nationality: International applicants are eligible to apply for the position
- Number of Scholarships: 18-755 positions are available.
- Scholarship can be taken in the Netherlands
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
- Eligible Countries: International applicants are eligible to apply for the position
- Entrance Requirements: You should hold, or expect to obtain before the start of your appointment, a Master’s degree in a relevant discipline, such as Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Mathematics, Logic, or Economics. Candidates with an interdisciplinary background are particularly encouraged to apply (over the years, members of the Computational Social Choice Group have included people with first degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and Operations Research). Furthermore, you should possess:
- an excellent academic track record;
- a serious interest in pursuing fundamental research of an interdisciplinary nature;
- good writing and presentation skills;
- good social and organizational skills;
- full professional proficiency in spoken and written English.
Prior exposure to relevant topics at the interface of Economics and Computer Science, particularly Computational Social Choice and Algorithmic Game Theory, is an advantage, but certainly not a requirement. The same holds for relevant topics in Artificial Intelligence, particularly in the areas of Multiagent Systems and Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.
Note that knowledge of the Dutch language is not required for this position, nor is it required for being able to live in Amsterdam. However, Ph.D. candidates at the ILLC have the opportunity to attend Dutch language classes if they wish.
- English Language Requirements: Applicant must be fluent in English.
The UvA is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. The ILLC strives for a better gender balance in its staff. We therefore strongly encourage women to apply for this position. Your application should include the following information (in one single PDF file):
- a cover letter, including a description of your research interests and an explanation for why you are applying for this position (at most two pages);
- a detailed curriculum vitae (CV);
- a list of all Master-level modules you have taken, with an official transcript of grades;
- a link to a writing sample available online, such as a Master’s thesis, a term paper, or a publication (in case of joint authorship, please clearly indicate your own contribution);
- the names, affiliations, and email addresses of two or (at most) three people we can contact for letters of reference for you.
Quote vacancy number 18-755 in your cover letter.
How to Apply: To apply for the scholarship, the applicants must submit an online application through the given link: http://ssl1.peoplexs.com/Peoplexs22/CandidatesPortalNoLogin/ApplicationForm.cfm?PortalID=16107&VacatureID=1019672