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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    I'm heading towards 40 and frankly if my 40's are anything like my 30's have been I'm looking forward to them. I wouldn't go back to being in my 20's for anything.

    I don't care what age I am, I'm grateful to make it this far and I look forward to getting older. If I'm no longer attractive to people in their early 20's that's not for me to decide.

    I read a tweet the other day from someone who said something along the lines of "I'm sure people go home and masturbate to your personality". It was in reference to someone who had said they were happy to be 38 or something. I thought to myself then, "fuck it's so much work being a young kid, knowing everything, being cynical, being worried if people are masturbating to you or not."

    I like that as I've aged I've grown my comfortable in my own skin. For the most part aging hasn't been the end of my life. It has been the end of certain things, but the opportunities I've come across mean a lot more to me than the transience of my "pretty" days did. That said, I was just as obsessed with youth and beauty when I was young.

    The trick I think is to realise the changes to your life that occur as you age aren't the end of anything, but the beginning of a whole new adventure. So long as you are comfortable with how you've turned out, nothing else really matters.

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    I know of nothing good about getting older...

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by NaughtyArousal View Post
    So even in this economy, age guarantees financial stability?

    And now the effect of traumatic childhood experiences come with an expiration?

    When did this all happen?
    If you plan it right... everyday
    Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve.
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    On being older.... life is a blast or it sucks and you make that decision... NOTHING else decides it for you.
    Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve.
    ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.


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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    I don't think anyone looks fondly back on their 20s. That decade for most people is such a tumultuous time that it is a blur to most people.

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    I don't think anyone looks fondly back on their 20s. That decade for most people is such a tumultuous time that it is a blur to most people.
    I do, I'd go back to twenties, or teens in New York minute...

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    On being older.... life is a blast or it sucks and you make that decision... NOTHING else decides it for you.
    It's always sucked for me, aging just makes it worse...

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    I don't think anyone looks fondly back on their 20s. That decade for most people is such a tumultuous time that it is a blur to most people.
    20's were a nightmare especially after 23 or so so I sure agree with you. But I might go back to my 30's...

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    I don't think anyone looks fondly back on their 20s. That decade for most people is such a tumultuous time that it is a blur to most people.
    Actually, I do. My 20's, despite being in the closet, were full of wonder and excitement. I was working my first job and got to work the 84 Olympics as part of it. There was such a huge explosion of technology it made my head spin. I learned a tremendous amount of things and skills in my 20's. It was one hell of a ride! Yes, had I been out in my 20's it would have been the icing on the cake.
    But it was STILL the best time of my life, so far.

    Now, life has gotten routine and kind of boring. There are really no new things, just a newer model. Like the iPhone, for example.
    Back then, everything I bought was NEW. Now it's just a "newer" version of the same thing. I have more worries, more bills, more responsibilities. And still, no one to cuddle up to at night... Maybe I'll still get lucky, but those chances dwindle with every year, regardless of how young I may still feel.

    Being older isn't the end, but it does make you far more aware that your time is precious and finite.

    Yeah, I'd go back to that time in a heartbeat! Life today is... boring.

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    ^^^ Man, that is well said!!!
    Inspired - but too tired.

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    I didn't come out until I was 48....it was one of my worries, actually. I wasn't sure if guys would find me attractive or would date someone my age. A weekend in Boystown Chicago put the attraction worry to bed and DC was equally exciting. My hubby is 31 and I'm now 55...we have sex once or twice a day and went out dancing with friends until 2 this morning (third time this week).

    We play flag football, kickball, and he crews. We laugh that we know far too many people and always enjoy new friends. Age is what you make it. And that is our pic in the avatar and our wedding photo in the sig.

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    I don't think anyone looks fondly back on their 20s. That decade for most people is such a tumultuous time that it is a blur to most people.
    Hu what? If I could, I'd restart at 20 again immediately I mean it's "only" 10 years for me and sure life was different and I got no income. But hey I had so much fun doing stuff, testing stuff experiencing new things .. not to mention hot guys around every corner. LIfe is more stable now, more serious. It's a good thing, too - but the last 10 years have been a blast
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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Life starts at 50 I am convinced of this...

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Recent research at a number of prestigious Universities and hospitals have concluded

    getting older does not cause "The End". But, your failure to continue to do so does.

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    I know what you are saying Johann. Last May I was hauled off to the E/R in a county Limo with 3 aides
    sirens and lights and excessive speeds...Damn, I was napping during the ride. The Dr. team told my s/o
    'support group' I was in my last moments. Gallant efforts of the E/R team and a 5 day coma later I came
    around (sort of) with no clue just a catheter and a million tubes attached.

    Got a chance to review my life from day 1 to approximately day 22,275. Good ...bad.. indifferent. It has
    been one hell of a ride. Some of it I can hardly believe. I'm still not 100% or even 75 but, working on it.
    My organs are promised and I have a no extraordinary effort clause. But they can damn well wait until I
    have all the quality mileage I can get. I think we are singing the same song old fart...you were, as usual
    more concise.

    Maybe one of these days I'll run over the hill and we can do Starbucks or a drink at Jim Kellys....

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beachguyj View Post
    Whatever age your are you can find guys your own age. Hopefully they are looking for the same thing. Too many idiots out there 60s and up looking for 20 year olds.
    And some of us May/December-ists (though I think of it more as May/September ) find love. I'm 22 and my partner's 51. We've been together 4 years now and going strong. I never wanted a guy my own age as a husband. For casual sex or friends, sure. But most guys my own age aren't ready for a life-time commitment or stable enough for me. People tend to assume he's either with me for the sex or I'm with him for the money, but that's not the case at all. It does get irritating after awhile, but then, I'm not living my life for other people.

    Age really can be just a number.

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    You know....I had a witty comeback about getting old...........but I forgot what I was going to say.
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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by sixthson View Post
    A long time ago I noticed something. I awakened in the middle of the night and we were holding hands in our sleep. I've awakened to that many times over the years. Even in our unconscious slumber, we are drawn to each other.

    I guess my point is this: while we can't help getting older, love matures but never gets old.
    Sigh. I love each time Sixthson writes about his love. So jealous of him So beautiful and heartfelt.
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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    joswan, you're cool people and all but this thread is actually quite offensive. maybe it's because a lot of my relatives are old BUT life doesn't end until death and you can die any day. you don't have to grow old to know that. with that said, life doesn't end when you get old. you might not be young but you can still live an enjoyable life. i'm 26 years old. my life as a child was MUCH better than my teenage years and the first half of my 20s. those years were terrible. hell..... i can't wait til i get old. i just hope that it's much better than how my life is now or rather when i was 13-25. 12 years of my life being absolute trash. never again.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Yes being older is the end, it's been proven that it leads to death.
    In his autumn, before the winter, comes man's last mad surge of youth

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Some people are happy in their 20s and unhappy in their 50s; others are happier in their 50s than in their 20s. Life always brings us something new. You will not be the same person in 30 years that you are now.

    But, as a recent event has sadly reminded me, life can also be quite unexpectedly cut short. Plan for tomorrow, but don't worry too much about it. It may never come. Seize the day.

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    Sorry beachguyj,

    All viable indicators show the trauma of conception is

    the actual harbinger of a souls corporate body and of

    that bodys cessation of existance as such. It has been

    accepted as fact in most teachings that until conceived,

    like ideas, you are just eggs and/or wigglers. Potential.
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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beachguyj View Post
    Yes being older is the end, it's been proven that it leads to death.
    well, i knew a girl that i used to monitor in the 8th grade that was 11 or 12 years old when she died from an severe asthma attack 12 years ago . i also had one of my peoples die at 23 from complications stemming from an illness he was born with. there's just as much young people dying as older people are. life isn't promised to anybody. for someone to assume that they're going to get the chance to live until their 40 or 50 is someone who takes life for granted. you can lose your life any moment from now. you don't even have to leave your house to drop dead. nobody knows when it's their time to go which is why everyday you wake up from your sleep you should be grateful. it doesn't sound like a lot of people are grateful to be living which is quite sad. life may not be good BUT it sure beats death.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    I turned 50 this year, and after some soul searching I realized that it's great to be 50! Shit that used to bother me 20 years ago just rolls off my back these days. I have finally accepted myself for who I am, and no longer worry about what others think of me. Got my health, I like the kind of work I do and my cock works just as well as it ever did!

    I have people in my life that I have been friends with for over 40 years....real friends who would do anything for me, and I for them! At my age I no longer feel the need to impress those around me anymore. If they don't like me, then fuck 'em! that's one of the many perks of getting older. If somebody says "Hey B. looks like you put on a little weight!" or "Your hair's gettin' pretty grey!" I can answer back "What the hell do you expect? I'm 50 goddamn years old!"
    Getting older is very liberating. I love it!

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    theres a saying
    i know what its like to be young
    you don't know what its like to be old


    im 63 i top every 4 days my b/f is 26yo
    get alife you young pupps you may never get to be old

    enjoy the day it could be your last

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    Do I miss stuff from my 20s and 30s? Of course. I had more energy then, and I liked the "new-ness" that life held. But I'd only relive my teens and twenties if I could drag my current mind and soul back there with me. Because I've grown so much since then. Every day, I learn more about life and how to live it, and how to negotiate its perils. I may be older, and rounder, and balder, and slower than that 20-year-old in the photo on the wall, but I knw so much more now. The wisdom is well-worth the youth I had to trade for it.

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    My hubby and I had sex twice this morning before we left for work....BJ's last night before bed. Sex, cumming, and love are overflowing but I realize not everyone is like us. We rarely go a day without sex unless one of us is traveling and then we do FaceTime.

    A healthy lifestyle, keeping fit, and if one needs it, prescriptions of Cialis can keep a fire in most relationships. But what few realize is that for any ED drug to work, there has to be arousal. The couples --straight and gay -- I have worked with fail to understand or realize that fact. Love is a verb...it takes action and work. Too many view it as an inactive noun or descriptive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewiz View Post
    My hubby and I had sex twice this morning before we left for work....BJ's last night before bed. Sex, cumming, and love are overflowing but I realize not everyone is like us. We rarely go a day without sex unless one of us is traveling and then we do FaceTime.

    A healthy lifestyle, keeping fit, and if one needs it, prescriptions of Cialis can keep a fire in most relationships. But what few realize is that for any ED drug to work, there has to be arousal. The couples --straight and gay -- I have worked with fail to understand or realize that fact. Love is a verb...it takes action and work. Too many view it as an inactive noun or descriptive.
    What is ED drug ?


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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Erectile dysfunction

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    ED - erectile dysfunction.

    Here's the thing. My sex drive certainy hasn't stopped, but it's calmed down a bit from my teen years. And yeah, my perception of sex has changed. Back in the day, sex WAS orgasms. More specifically, sex was that stuff I did to get an orgasm. And sex was linear. Something would get me thinking about sex, I'd get horny, I'd get hard, I'd jerk off (or have sex with someone), orgasm. And when something prevented that - like getting horny in public - it would frustrate me. I wanted to get off but I couldn't.

    One of the big changes in growing older has been both the modest separation of these parts, and the decline in the insistence that it go down that linear path. Nothing wrong with going that path, of course. But to take an easy example, a Facebook friend posted a hot pucture this morning. And I looked at it. And enjoyed it greatly. And that's it. I didn't jerk off to it. I didn't get hard (I don't think). I don't even think I got horny much, if at all. I just enjoyed looking at the picture, added it to the mental file, and went on with my day.

    Or take a few days ago. I was in bed with a guy, and after messing around with him for awhile, I went down on him and sucked him off. And that was it. I was horny and hard, sure. But I didn't feel the need to get off. I thought about it, took stock, and decided it sounded like it woud end being one of those "work" orgasms. Where you out a ton if effort into it with not much payoff. So I thought "screw it" and just stopped there.

    Twenty years ago, I couldn't imagine doing that. I mean, hey, orgasm., right? If it meant tugging on myself for an hour while mtpy ands went numb to get a half-hearted orgasm, it'd still be worth it. But I don't feel that way anymore. I've had enough "disappointing orgasms" to know that it's better just to skip it and get a much better one next go-round. I don't feel driven to hit that point anymore. It's not a matter of me "wanting to but not being able". It's me just no longer wanting/needing to so much anymore.

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    ^Open relationship?

    I take it that you've been with your OH quite a few years..
    I have. And the guy was my partner, as it so happens.

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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    Quote Originally Posted by birddog7
    I know of nothing good about getting older..
    .

    that's not true either
    Proof! Where's the proof? I want proof!

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    Quote Originally Posted by birddog7 View Post
    Proof! Where's the proof? I want proof!
    There's no proof to give. Not to you. I could present myself as an example, as an over-40, overweight, overly-hairy, balding gargoyle who is having the time of his life. Who has a great job, great friends, a great sex life, and guys of all ages who still think he's worth hitting on, and who is enjoying every year more than the last. But I know that evidence would be discounted. I'm an anomaly, I'm deluded, I'm lying to make people feel better, whatever. You'll discount it like you discount everything that doesn't fit into your pet theories - you're ugly, you're unloveable, nobody will ever have sex with you because of your small penis, and you'll die alone. If I offered to come there and screw your brains out - hell, if I showed up at your door with a bag of condoms and lube and told you to take the week off so we could fuck each other silly - I still think you'd close the door on me, saying "Oh, you say that, but you don't MEAN it." You've built your walls pretty fucking high, and there comes a time people just lose interest in scaling them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birddog7 View Post
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    Proof! Where's the proof? I want proof!
    Forget the saying the glass is half empty - there's no glass at all with you is there? Wow you exceed your own standards of pessimism.

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