Psychosocial aging is completely different from chronological aging. In fact, we should all stop measuring our maturity based on the number of years that we have existed on Earth.
If you think about this, say one day you fall into a comma and you lose ten years of your life. You go from 10-20 in a heartbeat. Are you supposed to wake up and act like a 20 year old when life, as you knew it, stopped when you were 10? This is the case of many people who experience psychological shocks or life-changing events. Their lives stop whenever the event starts. This is why we all should, literally, go to therapy to explore what is going on inside of us all, individually.
Many women grow up with a list of expectations. Unfortunately, society has not completely liberated women from expected social behaviors. Hence, some women are raised to achieve the two key components of womanhood: Marriage and Motherhood.
Let's suppose that a woman complies with this and is left unsatisfied. Let's also suppose that this same woman obliges to continue to live this way until a later age. Furthermore, let's suppose that this woman decides to quit the cycle.
Obviously, this woman is going to experience a need for change that will inevitably be found in a man who has not gone through the same experiences as herself. This will probably be a younger man.
Therefore, YES. As long as BOTH parts in a couple are psycho-socially and sexually in tandem age should not be a factor in establishing a relationship.