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Teenagers looking for older men?

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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 12:01 PM GMT
    Has anyone had the experience of a considerably younger guy trying to get with you? If so what do you think of this?
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 1:25 PM GMT
    Yeah, a guy 20 years my junior had a thing for me..

    I wasn't into it at all- He didn't have a man's body - still quite boyish...

    Anything more than a one nighter - well - its probably not happening because a younger guy just doesn't have that much in common..

    Thats not to say the guy wasn't totally sweet, and a real catch - but - just not what I was looking for..

  • jessetriguy Posts: 335
    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 1:31 PM GMT
    I would say that about 95% of guys that show interest in me are under 25. I was recently called a hot daddy. OUCH!
    Strange and at the same time kind of flattering
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 1:33 PM GMT
    Yesterday an 18 year old called me the hottest sliver daddy he had ever seen. Im good with it.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 1:36 PM GMT
    I am in my 50's, so a guy "considerably younger" than I am includes guys in their 20's and 30's. I am cool with guys that age, and in fact because of shared interests in sports (sailing, soccer, surfing and lacrosse) and biz, and easier logistics (matching times free, etc.) 3 out of my 4 most recent longer term guy relationships have been with "considerably younger" guys in the 21-35 year old range.

    But the OP refers to teenagers. In the last 10 years I connected with a lacrosse player at a tourney who I thought was college age, but turns out he was 18. We had nothing in common except lacrosse and hot sex, but that's all he wanted. I would not generally go that young.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 1:38 PM GMT
    being called daddy = complete turnoff to me. That plus it just feels wrong to even consider something with a teen.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:24 PM GMT
    I like older men, tend to only get with older men, and plan on being with an older man.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:26 PM GMT
    What sucks is that most older guys aren't into younger... mostly the creepy old dudes.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:36 PM GMT
    MeBoy saidHas anyone had the experience of a considerably younger guy trying to get with you? If so what do you think of this?


    God I Wish!
    But, I like my boys over 21, gotta check their ID first...
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:37 PM GMT
    While I may admire young men's athlecticism, muscular physiques and youthful beauty, I would never date them. They're too young for me. Prefer men within my age range.

    I've been called muscle daddy a few times and I'm fine with it.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:38 PM GMT
    I think most of them are looking for a replacement for their own dad or because they missed a father figure during their growing-up period.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:51 PM GMT
    If I were single, I could see myself with someone younger - but they'd have to be very mature, well traveled, full of experience - - - - otherwise, what would we have to talk about...............our frame of references would be so different.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:53 PM GMT
    This is the story of my (nonexistent) dating life right now. I can't seem to land even a dinner date with a guy between 35 and 55, but there's a passel of boys between 18 and 24 who seem to want to "hang out" or date me. Most of them are unemployed students who still live with their parents and weren't even born by the time I had finished grad school. I don't get what they see in a guy who is in many cases older than their own fathers. I guess it is a compliment, but I really don't wanna be a sugar daddy.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:54 PM GMT
    ALL. THE. DAMN. TIME.

    It is unnerving and unwanted.

    What makes it funny is when the same youngsters then bitch we "creepers" and "old guys" breathe the same air as they do.

    Oh the horror.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 2:58 PM GMT
    beachbum310 saidbeing called daddy = complete turnoff to me. That plus it just feels wrong to even consider something with a teen.


    It use to weird me out. But now I just see it as a term of endearment.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 4:07 PM GMT
    Its really about your maturity level! The age difference only means your life together is that much more interesting and filled with NEW life experiences TOGETHER. Experience that you can show him and vice versa. Both have to have open minds. Cutting someone out just because of age is pretty disgusting. Str8 guys date younger all the time. It can and has worked in the gay world. Have fun and enjoy your life. Stop thinking about why things wont work, and experience something that could be filled with fun and lots of energy. This does not include OLD, JADED, BITTER, GAYS!! Nothing will ever be good for them. They have an age, body type, career, race, height, weight, lifestyle, hairy, not hairy, eye color,personality type,out or not out, etc checklist that is miles long. They will be alone for a loooooooong time. Guys enjoy your life, stop with your checklist. Its something I did when I was 18 years old when someone had to be the "perfect" guy. Why are you doing it in your late 30's, 40's and 50's??? What shocks me the most are men who lived through the years of harsh gay discrimination, are the most judging and critical of anyone else. I find this a bit sad. I guess it all depends on where you live. Which is why I am proud to have moved from the Midwest to NYC. This city is filled with open minds and so many steps ahead of other places. I feel sorry for any young gay growing up in our conservative states. Especially when being surrounded by bitter/jaded, conservative gays, doing nothing for our community but sit back with their checklist and judge. Have fun with your life. A checklist of ANY sort only limits yourself.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 4:09 PM GMT
    OH PLEASE, LOOK AT ALL THE "ME, ME, ME, ME" AND THE OBSESSION WITH NOT WANTING TO GROW OLDER OR NOT WANTING TO ADMIT THAT YOU ARE GETTING OLDER. SUCH A CLICHE WITH THE GAY CULTURE. IT'S A COMPLIMENT THAT A YOUNGER GUY IS INTERESTED IN YOU. LEARN TO TAKE IT WITH GRACE AND HUMILITY. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS SAY THANK YOU, I'M FLATTERED BUT NO. STOP CRITICIZING ABOUT NOT BEING MATURE ENOUGH OR HAVING BOYISH BODIES. SOME OF THEM ARE MORE MATURE THAN YOU WILL EVER BE.
  • bischero Posts: 847
    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 4:12 PM GMT
    Augustine92 saidWhat sucks is that most older guys aren't into younger... mostly the creepy old dudes.



    Chicken hawks...

  • fitartistsf Posts: 546
    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 4:28 PM GMT
    I've been chatting with a 16 year old for over a year now on Skype. He originally had a profile on RJ, saying he was 20. He's a cute Cuban boy, with a hot, tight little body, in Miami. I'm his first crush. He wants to meet me so badly. I can't stand how society and the law says that this is a possibility that can't happen. I know when I was that age... I knew what I wanted! I will admit, I like younger guys, and he is the youngest so far. I know we may never meet, but it's nice being his mentor/teacher and friend...
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 4:32 PM GMT
    If it can buy a drink, you should take it to the brink.

    That aside, I never lament attention from any source, because one day, when I'm wrinkled, paunchy and my balls bang against my swollen knee joints, there will be no attention unless I pay for it.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 4:33 PM GMT
    GigoloAssassin said
    MeBoy saidHas anyone had the experience of a considerably younger guy trying to get with you? If so what do you think of this?


    God I Wish!
    But, I like my boys over 21, gotta check their ID first...


  • Pepsic0la Posts: 145
    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 4:36 PM GMT
    fitartistsf saidI've been chatting with a 16 year old for over a year now on Skype. He originally had a profile on RJ, saying he was 20. He's a cute Cuban boy, with a hot, tight little body, in Miami. I'm his first crush. He wants to meet me so badly. I can't stand how society and the law says that this is a possibility that can't happen. I know when I was that age... I knew what I wanted! I will admit, I like younger guys, and he is the youngest so far. I know we may never meet, but it's nice being his mentor/teacher and friend...


    Do you know who Chris Hanson is?
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 4:37 PM GMT
    Dallasfan824 saidYesterday an 18 year old called me the hottest sliver daddy he had ever seen. Im good with it.


    I can see why he said that (and I'm 2 years older than ya!).
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 5:25 PM GMT
    nah, wna try...ummm..."it" with guys my own age 1st. nothing wrong with older guys, and i'm sure my tastes will change? rt now?--i want some young butt.
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    QUOTE Apr 05, 2012 5:45 PM GMT
    Sorry I can't help myself trolling on older guys