I really didn't intend to post the question that began this thread. My partner and I had been out (drinking just a little), ran into some friends and I started talking about realjock and the number of posters that believe in the heterosexual ideal of monogamous partners...that evolved into the dynamics/possibilities of a third partner in a relationship over dinner. The posted new topic was a whim (freudian slip?) and I thought I had deleted it, but apparently I posted it.
But, since I did post it, let me jump into this thread:
Richer means more money. It's my belief that your first love is usually acquired for love, whether he has money or not, but it should be just as easy to fall in love with someone who has money. You just have to hang around with a rich crowd and do things that attract people with money. And richer allows me to be much more comfortable.
Caslon: Thanks for the brilliant, often insightful and frequent poetry. (No, my post is not an ad, just the musings of a pair of old farts who sit back and peruse the profiles of Realjock members and think "we could...or would like to...make him happy, if he just didn't restrict himself to 'my age or younger'").
rksportswear: at 82 (per your profile) you may be richer, but don't qualify for younger. I've acknowledged in other threads being really ignorant about cameras/photos/etc., but I've got some on order. There's actually a picture of me on the net, but I have no idea how to import it to realjock. Anybody out there know how to do it?
In any event, why is the gay community stuck with heterosexual ideals of monogamy. We generally were raised in the society that said gay people are awful/going to hell, and we were able to overcome that malicious sterotype; why are we stuck with the monogamous realtionship stereotyp, too?