Pro and cons of dating in any age
We date those that we meet through friends that are usually close to our own age.
But this doesn’t result in a long term commitment for some of us.
I have guy friends my age who are like this, too, but they’re my mature guy friends. Anyone who has dated someone older have pros or cons to add?
Gay Life After40recognizes that gay relationships come in all sorts of shapes and sizes.
Doing the math in my head that meant he had to be at least 40. Most of the time it doesn’t really feel like there’s an age difference, including when we’re with my friends.
But sometimes the age difference seems a bit more defined, in good and bad ways.
None of us chooses to be gay and but we certainly can choose whom we date and fall in love with.
Because of this ..sometimes this results in intergenerational relationships that have both their benefits and concerns.
Until, on our first date, he said that he and his friends started their company right out of college…18 years ago.
Why not break free from the past and liven up your future?
Show everyone that you’re not willing to settle for another failed gay dating adventure.
I agree it would be weird to date someone who is close to my parents’ age or who has kids close to my age, but neither Cole nor my parents were candidates for 16 & Pregnant. Here and there Cole says something like “Have you heard of the movie When Harry Met Sally? Every so often you’ll hear about someone passing away in their 40’s or early 50’s. Kids were definitely brought up, but in the hypothetical, years-from-now sense. He’s past being the “aspiring” musician who is still waiting tables and hasn’t done a paid gig in two years.
It can be difficult to not become defensive at the stage when I’m excited about a new relationship. ” (yes—of course) or “Doesn’t this song sound like an 80’s song? This just wouldn’t be an issue with someone who wasn’t enrolling in college as I was entering pre-school. While I always thought it was a tragically early passing, it now terrifies me. If the relationship had lasted into marriage, we probably would have waited a few years before starting a family. It’s easier to mold plans with someone who hasn’t had as many experiences and is therefore more open to new ones. I’m already inexperienced in the physical arena for someone my age. A lot of 20-somethings (and 30-somethings) don’t want to settle into a long-term relationship because they always have a gnawing feeling that there’s someone better around the corner. Naturally, they can have a really different perspective on things because of the sheer number of years they’ve been alive.Gay Life After40wants to break down the pros and cons of intergenerational relationships where a prominent age gap exists between the two guys.