Let me first say that if you are looking for a one-nighter, fair enough: many older queer folk are not interested in a long-term relationship (LTR), or even dating, for a number of reasons.
Perhaps you have left or lost a partner, and are not up for the complexities of an LTR.
Or maybe you are simply too accustomed to the independence of single life.
Whatever the reason, by this stage in life, you know where to find what you need: online hookup sites (Scruff, Grindr, Manhunt, Adam4Adam, Craiglist) or the more traditional in-person, impersonal venues.
Follow the rules for online dating that straight people endorse: get to know someone, be slow to trust them, meet informally and publicly at the beginning, etc. Use the resources dedicated to online dating for gay Boomers/Seniors: There are a number of reputable websites that offer advice, resources, social alternatives, and online communities for connecting with other LGBT Boomers/Seniors as those people who are interested in getting to know us better. After all, we have survived (paraphrasing Gloria Gaynor), and as time goes by, we understand how precious life is. Continue to the next page for more information---Follow Doug Haldeman on Twitter @doughaldeman and Susan Whitbourne on Twitter @swhitbo for daily updates on psychology, health, and aging.
Age is just a number and you can easily find friendship, companionship, romance and lasting love with men outside your own immediate age group. Gay2December expands your horizons and enables you to meet likeminded men, whatever time of the year.
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Don’t buy into that; if you are patient, and sure of yourself, you will meet your Prince or Princess.
But you can’t lie, especially on the Internet, where lying seems to be the of communicating.