A 31-year-old 'extreme toyboy' who says he has never been interested in women his own age is dating five older women - the oldest of whom is 60 years his senior.
Marjorie McCool, 91, had been single for 37 years when she met Kyle, after separating from the father of her six children - the oldest of whom is 71. She acknowledges that their relationship might seem incongruous to outsiders.
Their connection goes beyond mere companionship, and the pair enjoy an active physical relationship. Marjorie admits that 'there's not much there' when it comes to her figure, but she keeps things lively by wearing 'sexy outfits' to bed.
Kyle is sure that she has nothing to worry about, however, as he finds grey hair and wrinkles a turn-on. "Women worry about their boobs sagging but I think the natural hang looks great. I'm really not a fan of plastic surgery."
Although the pair have been seeing each other for five years, the relationship is non-exclusive, because Kyle can't keep his hands off pensioners. He reveals that it can be difficult to chat up older women because they are put off by the age gap.
"Whenever I'm trying to speak to an older woman, the first reaction I get is 'you're way too young'," he says, adding that 'persistence' is the secret to wooing a senior citizen.
He is currently juggling five girlfriends, all over the age of 60 - but Marjorie insists that his promiscuity is not a problem.
"In the beginning I got jealous of his other women but he keeps coming back to me and tells me I'm the best."
Kyle has even introduced Marjorie to his mum, who at 50 is over 40 years her junior. Ceceila Jones Clark admits she thought her son was going through a 'cougar phase' when he first started dating a 50-year-old woman aged 18, but now accepts his dating preference.
Kyle says that he can't explain his attraction to elderly women - to him, it's just another sexual orientation. "Everyone's brain is wired differently," he says. "Some guys prefer blondes, some brunettes, some like other guys - I like old ladies.
"The most common criticism I hear is 'you're after money' or 'you're after inheritance'. Or people think these women must be buying me things. But it's not true at all - I do this because I like it and they like it too."