middle youth

middle youth

a person between 30 and 45 who doesn’t want to be considered middle-aged
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middle youth

n
(Sociology) the period of life between about 30 and 50
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It seems, despite my best efforts, I have now entered Middle Youth.
WHAT: A production by the Belgrade's Middle Youth Theatre and Shine On Over 50s Group created with Chris White, Associate Practitioner and Director for RSC Education.
The survey for Red magazine of so-called "middle youth" females - mainly aged 31-50 and in management or skilled jobs - found 86% planned to cast their vote this year.
It gets off to the lamest of starts with an outdoor presentation, The Start of the End, in which the Belgrade's Middle Youth Theatre link the Day of Judgement to global warming - to which the piece's seven revving motorbikes make a small contribution.
Ten years ago, women aspired to have a successful career, and the trendy term for 30-something women was 'Middle Youth' as home life and babies were put on a back burner.
It moves quickly and remains evocative and confident while relaying recurrent visions of middle youth as we see Liddy emerge as a unique figure in a new generation of Irish writers.
Nigel Havers, Anthony Head, Don Warrington and Ray Burdis star in Manchild (BBC1, 9.30pm) a story of the middle youth generation money, divorce, motorbikes, models and sex.
Faro, the daughter, appears in the prime of her middle youth, all expectation and vigor.
Which is why we so rarely see Liz Hurley, the undisputed queen of Middle Youth elegance, in anything shorter than floor-length - though she makes up for her modesty with thigh-high splits and acres of cleavage.
Then, concepts like Middle Youth were thought up to make us all feel better about being in our 40s and 50s.
With the launch of Psychologies magazine we have defined a new sector in magazine publishing - positive living - much in the same way that we did with middle youth when Red magazine launched seven years ago."