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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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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    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.

    Lex

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixthson View Post
    Not everyone is cut out for non-stop casual sex, especially those who don't know what real love it. Sex does not equal love
    What!? What? That doesn't even make sense, would you rephrase your words?

    But even though you're not my fav person in this universe due to your 'holier than thou' attitude, I still give you credit and listening to your description of 'true love' because you described it quite beautifully

    Quote Originally Posted by sixthson View Post
    I realize many feel that youth is a time for sowing their wild oats by having lots of sex with lots of different guys.
    I see youth as time for love and making lots of love with someone you truly love. The days of our lives pass by so quickly and before we know it, we have built a foundation for our lives. The question is what kind of foundation? You reach the age of 40 and with all the sex partners you have learned to be good at sex, but is that all there is? Have you learned about putting another person first, have you learned about genuine commitment and loyalty? Have you learned about kindness and tenderness? Have you learned how to be genuinely intimate with another person? In other words, have you learned how to love? When you are in your early 20s, life often seems carefree and what a wonderful time that is for learning how the share and laugh and be playful with one other person. These might seem like simple things, but by the time you reach your 30s and life becomes much more serious and demanding, these simple things will pay big dividends because they will be a major part of the foundation of your life.

    I can assure you that in your 40s, the passion you feel for each other is great. It's not the passion of a new relationship. It's the passion of deep love, exclusive love, proven love. Have you ever seen the bud of a flower begin to open? It's a beautiful thing full of anticipation for what it will become. But it's not until the flower is fully opened that you can see it's real beauty. This is what love is like--magnificent in it's beginnings, but perfected over time.

    Also, when two people are in love and healthy and vital, sex is better than ever.

    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by HunterM View Post
    Joswan,
    You sounded like you are in a depression. Go see a counselor for help. Or get a new iPhone 5! That cheered me up instantly.
    But Im not an Iphone sheep like u!!



    @Loveguys= You telling me your belief wholeheartedly and I can tell you were being honest, I truly appreciate you bud but...it's not for me, Im not a true lover ^^

    @rareboy= same thing like sixthson..tltr

    Quote Originally Posted by birddog7 View Post
    I know of nothing good about getting older...
    that's not true either

    @ Raven= thx, I agree for most of it.

    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.
    Really? I thought being a teenager was like a bad hang over for most people. Well, hello? Our brain wasn't developed yet

    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Tech View Post

    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.
    Gosh! Yes..we're living in postmodern junk piles, NOTHING NEW anymore!! Hell yeah

    Quote Originally Posted by cgymike View Post
    Life starts at 50 I am convinced of this...
    Yes..if we're living in bible era when 90 yo woman could become pregnant.

    @Johann= another honest story, thx!

    Quote Originally Posted by JOHN B View Post
    You know....I had a witty comeback about getting old...........but I forgot what I was going to say.
    You gonna remember when you see banana in my pocket ^^

    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    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.
    Oh c'mon! Isn't too offensive? I try my best to keep it pc and btw..should I cencor the thing I honestly worry? I dont think so.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beachguyj View Post
    Yes being older is the end, it's been proven that it leads to death.
    That was Im thinking too

    Quote Originally Posted by handyman76 View Post
    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.
    You almost crack it..wiseboy

    @Magicsounds= thx for your honesty

    Quote Originally Posted by bedbugy View Post
    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
    Thk you thk you thk you..you have magic words that I need to considerate there hmm...

    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    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.

    Lex
    I agreed alot..

    Ok, so it's time to make a BIG conclusion of all these things...like my thread usually ended. Im gonna start processing right now..tell ya later ^^

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    Ok, Im grateful for all replies here and mostly for those I marked "honest" 'cuz I can detect lies.

    Thank you guys for telling life beyond me..that's right, a 20 something can't foresee life in future but can he sensed it? I haven't been too long with a partner, but can I feel it?

    It's something you guys 'seniors' must considerate. Im not trying to be cocksure, I respect your point of view but I have a strong feeling about life in the end of time and I can't lie.

    All in all, we can't turn back or fast forward clock, defying the time lord.
    The youth blessed with looks, beauty and grace and the old blessed with the fruitful harvest of wisdom...
    and both CAN'T arguing/compare/switch place to each other 'cuz both are amazing in their own way.
    Although in rare occasion that the old could win beauty pageant and the youth could winning 1 million question...but still.^^

    Why I shunned , insecure about my future prospect in relating about love-less life and bitter old days?

    Because all the false advertisement I got from EVERYWHERE, straight, gay, ALL..we just worship the idea of loving relationship.
    It's like I've been bullied by this false ideal!
    Well, in fact..some people destined to live alone..and I have strong feeling that Im one of them.

    But here's a thing I want to prove~ as long as Im alive: What about unconditional love? The love without partner entitled ( I choose you, you choose me) What about the universal love?
    I think unconditional love is greater than loving relationship.

    As long you still vibrate love, your tree still green even though you're not flowering. Romance is like a flower, it's up to you to keep yourself blossoming every year. It's sweet. Romance is the "flower of life", it's the most beautiful thing life could offer you and I understand if you proud to have one.

    But right now, if Im not able to flowering..Im not gonna worry and Im sure it won't effect my happiness/fulfillment for the future..
    Live for now is what Im gonna do...but that doesn't mean without sobriety ^^
    I just keep my heart green, not dry..because these times...is very easy to get dry, dont you think?

    Actually I have few questions I want to ask for seniors up there..but it seems I forget.
    Oh yeah, what about the low sex drive you guys will experience when you hit 50+? Is it hard to orgasm/erect?
    Because my experience with guys around 50s, they're still horny..yeah they do, but they're not preferring orgasm as a must in activity.
    For me, I prefer not to having sex thoughts at all...than to be a giant plush (passive) teddy bear, yaknowwhatImean?
    Because I can sense they have 'longing' but not as fierce/horny as young guys do..

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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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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    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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    Re: Being older, is it the end?

    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.

    Lex

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    ^Open relationship?

    I take it that you've been with your OH quite a few years..

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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.
    Eh..in me is 50/50 whether ED/Cialis take place. Look at my castrated option ^^ For me sex is somewhat bothersome, I have both high and low fascination of sex.
    The world I never dive through is just like what you describe; hubby&I: A successful relationship due to discipline, hard work and compatibility to make the best aged wine from your personal wine cellar. I can't talk much as to be supportive/anti in this moment because I dont know if that lifestyle is the one for me.
    When you having a really good friend, sometimes you have sex with him/not...while you learning/experiencing other people as well that also could fill the spot.

    But what few realize is that for any ED drug to work, there has to be arousal.
    That's true but I hope you dont identify of being full in love as your biggest turn on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    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.

    Lex
    Thx I need to hear that ^^. Yeah..there is thing that never change in you and things that always change but no matter what I insist upon my view of sex these days is absolutely will change 20 years later due to my physical change.
    If that's the case then I dont have to castrated myself 'cause I gravitate to that view of sexuality and my body just turn like that naturally.

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    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.

    Lex

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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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    I'm 18 and only go for guys above 40 I don't think you're even close to being too old

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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.
    Your post comments are forwarded to the CIA.

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