Older with younger

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    Jan 29, 2008 5:26 PM GMT
    Subjetc update!!!

    -Younger with older-

    What is your first thought when you see a cute guy with an older guy or vice versa.

    when I tell people who my partner is(he's half my age), I stay quiet for a bit and I can tell by the look of their face that something is wrong. Right a way I say "he's not my sugar-daddy!"
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    Jan 29, 2008 5:31 PM GMT
    I'm confused... You say your boyfriend is half your age, but then defend yourself by saying that he isnt your sugar daddy. Sugar daddy implies that he is much older. Anyway I usually think the sterotypical thing just like everybody else, even though my boyfriend is 19 years older than me....
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    Jan 29, 2008 5:34 PM GMT
    Frankly it is nobody's business. I know a couple in which the age difference 29 years (70 and 41). They have been together for years. I personally always wanted to go out with somebody around my age, figuring I could relate to them better. Turns out my life partner is 10 years younger! I was initially hesitant about dating him but figured what do I have to lose? No regrets from that day on.
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    Jan 29, 2008 5:41 PM GMT
    StrongBolt saidI'm confused... You say your boyfriend is half your age, but then defend yourself by saying that he isnt your sugar daddy. Sugar daddy implies that he is much older. Anyway I usually think the sterotypical thing just like everybody else, even though my boyfriend is 19 years older than me....


    Well my fear is that I feel like people think that Im with an older guy because of his money, this is what only worries me.

    My partner and I work for the same company and our income is the same. He is the reason I came out and he's my first gay partner. I dont regret at all our 4 years together!!!
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    Jan 29, 2008 6:16 PM GMT
    The confusion lies in your saying your partner is half your age, which would make him 14 or 15. It is actually you who is half his age.
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    Jan 29, 2008 6:28 PM GMT
    Paradox, thanks for pointing that out. Definitely not into minors!!!

    My partner is 55 and I'm 29. When we first met he was 50 and I was 25.
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    Jan 29, 2008 9:31 PM GMT
    I'll be honest, whenever I see guys in their late 50's with twinkie 20 year olds, I think that the twink is an escort, or he's just in it for the Sugardaddy.
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    Jan 29, 2008 10:04 PM GMT
    mikelogan2 saidI'll be honest, whenever I see guys in their late 50's with twinkie 20 year olds, I think that the twink is an escort, or he's just in it for the Sugardaddy.


    Mike Logan, Thanks for your honest opinion.
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    Jan 29, 2008 10:09 PM GMT
    unfortunately, a lot of the relationships I've seen of this type (even really good friends of mine too) have been the sugar-daddy type, and probably most people have seen those too, so it makes everyone sorta biased against anything that even looks like one. If it looks like a fish, and it swims like a fish, then it's probably a fish (even though it could be a whale).
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    Jan 30, 2008 12:25 AM GMT
    I say good for you guys! If a thang is good, it's good. I dated a delightful guy that was 25 when I was 39. It was an excellent relationship. His friends thought it was weird tho, and eventually i think that's what ended it. But I will never regret one minute I spent with Matt. He taught me what it meant to really love someone. That experience makes my relationship now (over 6 years strong)even better. Have fun, and quit worrying about other people. If they give you that weird look, just tell them you're with him cuz he's hung like a horse!
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    Jan 30, 2008 7:33 PM GMT
    Okay, when I met my bf, he was in his 30's, this year he turned 40. well I'm 20 so you can imagine the kind of problems that could follow. We also used to work for the same company, although he made much more than me. The only way we work is that he never buys stuff for me, or pays for anything for me. In fact I give him things and buy things for him all the time, just to show I can support myself. Money is a tricky thing in a relationship, but he is older and likes that he makes more money, although he also knows about my trust fund that will blow him out of the water, ha. It's good to have a trump card.