There's nothing wrong with someone in their 40s if he has good intentions. Take what you can get and what you deserve.
It's best not to give advice you haven't experienced or probably never will.
That depresses me, I'm not interested in a man in his forties, I dont want a man in forties. I feel like a benefit to being young is being able to find someone around your age who you can explore with and have fun relatively easy.
Okay so I'm 22 year old, going on 23 next year and I have never had a boyfriend before. Guys around my age arent interested in me and I really dont hookup because all the guys who say yes to me are typically in their forties. I've never been hit on. I don't know if im attractive. people who talk about me talk around my looks (damn thats kind of an answer) but i just see myself as average. I'm graduating college next year with a degree in math so i'm not dumb. I can contribute to deep conversations. I just cant find anyone interested. I'll admitt I not mister cool I can be socially akward but not to huge detriment. Also i dont know many people and even less gay people.
Basically, What can I do to find a bf?
Please dont degrade me in this post. I'm geniune and serious.
Gay guys aren't interested in settling down at your age, baby...shit, I don't think gay guys are interested in settling down at all. You have to take into account that same sex marriage just became legal in the US, and that gays can't procreate. There is less incentive to settle down and start a family, and many gays don't know how to go about doing this.
If you reside on a College Campus, do you belong to any organizations? What qualities are you looking for? By virtue of your post, a keyboard and you are good friends. My experience is if your looking for something, it is already in front of you and you have removed yourself from eligibility of realizing that. Take several deep breaths and write down what your looking for. Put that in a book and go about your daily activities. Best to you.
get that myth out of your head now. the quicker you do so, the happier you'll be.
the only benefit to being young is having more time to figure your shit out.
you're too young to be getting depressed over a man.
Sound advise, too bad he doesn't seem open-minded enough to see it.. my guess is that he'll be saying and feeling the same way in ten years wondering what's wrong
When you fail...try again. There is always someone your age who thinks the same. I suggest not dating someone in their 40's.
But first step is the make sure you look like you are looking for a relationship.
How do you "look like you are looking for a relationship"
i have, though, dear.
best to keep that font untyped if you don't know tea.