I fell for my OAP tutor despite him being TWICE my age and critically ill – and it's the best sex I've ever had

A BRAZEN  woman has told how she "pursued" her tutor who is nearly double her age – and is now having the best sex of her life.

Elaine Lo, originally from Hong Kong, first met Pet Sutton, now 61, while on a hypnotherapy training course in London in 2014.

But Norfolk-born Pet didn't even notice her. It was only on a follow-up course a year later in Thailand, where they now live, they got talking.

Now, after Elaine convinced him to date her, they've been together nearly three years.

Discussing their "great" sex life, Elaine – now 32 – told Fabulous Digital: "We are open with each other and know what each other wants.

"We feel like we are two halves of a whole – twin flames, so sex is a spiritual, emotional, and physical bond.

"One of the challenges in my previous relationship was that I was too shy sexually. So I learned from my mistake and grew."

Elaine has told how Pet wasn't keen to date her originally. She said: "He thought I was too young.

"When we were friends, he said his only requirement of a partner was that she liked outdoors activities and that she is older than 40.

We feel like we are two halves of a whole – twin flames, so sex is a spiritual, emotional, and physical bond

"He said younger than that he would think he’s taking advantage of her.

"He was conscious of the age-gap thing because there are a number of British men who have Thai brides who are often much younger than them.

"Pet has a strong opinion about it because he finds that unfair."

So Elaine had to convince him to date her after realising she was falling for him.

She explained: "I pursued Pet. He didn’t want to be with me because he thought it’d be unfair to me but I said it'd be unfair for him to expect me to be able to find someone else to connect with on such a level.

"He agreed to be in a relationship with me on the condition that if I found somebody else right for me, I’d tell him and leave him.

"It was the best deal one could imagine: the benefits of a relationship without the restrictions."

But she soon realised there was a catch. She said: "He wasn’t all in. And I’m only interested in a committed relationship and nothing less.

Even if Pet dies much earlier than me, being with him now is totally worth it

"We had multiple arguments about the issue and in the end I gave him an ultimatum: he decided to be vulnerable with me romantically and allow himself to fall in love again or leave."

Elaine said since then it has been "bliss" – except when they work together. They have written a book called 8 Recipes for Life about self care.

In 2014 Pet was diagnosed with an aggressive form of skin cancer called melanoma.

Elaine said: "Pet had a number of operations and was given a 50 per cent chance of living five years ago.

"He is still monitored by the Christie Cancer Hospital in Manchester but reports have shown he is now cancer free."

And she is not worried about the 29 years between them. She said: "Even if Pet dies much earlier than me, being with him now is totally worth it.

"He is the kindest person I know. He makes me happy everyday and I believe we are fulfilling our purposes by working together.

"Pet likes a beer and I like a wine. When we travel we may go to the gym together because Pet likes rock climbing so he needs to stay fit and I like pole dancing, although I am very bad at it.

If you find your true love pursue it even if it’s unconventional. Don’t deny the strong connection you feel

"Apart from that we don’t really have any common interest – Pet is an outdoors person and I tend to be a lazy b******."

Most of the couples' friends and family  are happy,  but Elaine says her dad is concerned.

She said: "Our friends are all supportive. Pet’s friends like me and my friends like Pet, he is a very likeable person. Pet’s family are happy that Pet has a partner again.

"My family loves Pet as a person. They weren’t supportive to start with but they see how happy I am so they’re happy for me now.

"Apart from my father, who slowly understands that I’m in a relationship with Pet for real and for long but still hopes that I may change my mind."

However, they have had some judgemental looks – with some people assuming she is only with him for his money "which couldn't be further from the truth."

She explained: "Occasionally people look at us judgmentally. That really doesn’t happen often though.

"If you find your true love pursue it even if it’s unconventional. Don’t deny the strong connection you feel, you both deserve to be together. If people judge, feel sorry for their narrow-mindedness."

8 Recipes for Life is available now on Amazon UK, priced £11.11. For more information visit www.petlo.co.uk.

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