Different lonely dating websites

The guy I've been seeing is financially secure (relatively well-off, but certainly not rich).He's led a pretty full life and has experienced a lot, which means he has good stories to tell and helpful advice to give. The fact that he's been to just about every bar and restaurant in the city means he is now perfectly content spending a quiet evening at home, which suits me just fine.

So what you are saying you only have ten years left to live beacuse you are so shallow that you think if you look 45 - Its not worth living?

You better get a handle on your old age now or you are in for a shock. [quote]I'm 44, but look 34, thanks to very good genetics and a healthy lifestyle Oh, dear - another eldergay trying to convince themselves they look 10 years younger than they are. " comments when I mention that I'm 44 to know that it's true.

What exactly is it then, OP, that would interest any of us in one of you?

I can't imagine how a site geared toward the old/young combo would attract anyone other than pervs and golddiggers.

They see me as a slightly older contemporary, as one of their peers.

Being gay, if I was cursed to appear anywhere near my chronological age, I'd probably end it here and now r46 and you will be 45 on your birthday- It changes nothing and when you are 55 you will look 45-.

The problem, though, is that such guys are often shy - practically homebodies - so they're hard to find.

In my opinion, what's attractive in a guy in his 40s or older is that he's more likely to have his shit together, personally and professionally.

OP, why not try your luck on a "normal" dating site and include your preference in your profile?

No, R16, but I think some examination about 'not into guys my own age' is warranted.

And he went on to say it would be even hotter if I were in my 30s or 40s !!??

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