Cougar party raises eyebrows… and pulses

Young Men… Why hustle when we can provide it all for you? reads the tag line on the poster.


It is the seventh anniversary (yes we have missed SIX) of a cougar party this coming 28 October, and people are catching feelings.

To be clear there has been an assumption that it is in Harare or at least Zimbabwe and that is what we will work with.

For the avoidance of doubt, a cougar are popularly defined as women in their 40s (or older) who date significantly younger men, generally at a 10-year age gap or more.

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With that in mind the idea of getting it on with a generally well-healed woman as a young man sets bells and whistles ringing for some. For the particularly traditionally it makes the sick come into their mouth with accusations of exploitation and the sort.

We think life cannot be defined by tradition. Increasingly empowered women should be allowed their time with willing young studs for whatever purposes they wish. It’s all legal isn’t it? Both are willing right?

So why have a party someone asks?

When you plan your all white party, noone asking you for a reason, so why them? People should be allowed their fetishes and a place to express them in a safe way, as long as they are legal and consensual. A discretion-based society keeps you away from the glaring eyes of a self-righteous public whose aim is to impose their ideologies on you believing that their indoctrination should champion over yours.

But… meh… people get laid. So what?

Meanwhile, we know a few gents who are frantically searching for details of that party. The streets just got interesting…


  • peter wamahiga

    me and my friend we’re much interested but in Nairobi Kenya…how can we be on board?

  • Nomeezy Simon

    where is the party and my friend we wanna be on board..?

  • Brown Waters

    How to get an invite