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i don't believe in sugar babies or sugar daddies, boys or daddies, bears or cubs, or any other term that demeans any person!
i see men as who they are----younger or older, it shouldn't matter, love and chemistry are way more important than anything to me!
Confront your fears You're never too old to find love, but that's not a message gay men hear very often. After years of "working on ourselves" and fighting social prejudice to gain self-esteem, many of us struggle to keep it. The gay community's — OK, let's get real, mostly the gay male community's — ageism. Who'd want you when there's some 30-year-old hottie turning everyone's heads at the gym? Focus instead on being your best self, no matter what your age.
Bette Davis used to say, "Getting older ain't for sissies." Amen!
Neither is dating at midlife — especially if you're a gay man. But don't let that be your excuse for sitting home on Saturday night watching reruns of The Golden Girls.
This is my advice for my fellow young guys and even some older guys: I recently noticed a trend within my city and friend circles, that more and more kind of pseudo-polygamous relationships are becoming pretty commonplace, by pseudo, i mean..
here's an example: Man1 falls in love with another Man2, Man1 gets bored and tries to spice their love life and sex by introducing the idea of threesomes or even hookups into the mix, Man 3 meets Man 1 for hookup, slowly they starting falling in love and he is introduced into Man 2's life, they somewhat reluctantly agree, that they could make it work and it goes smoothly for a while until the cracks start showing up, jealousy and even mind games occur and just ends up ruining someones life, all because he was too afraid of losing his first partner or he thought he was not worth it and does not get the authority to decide ( etc.