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Favorite Age (a poll)
Posted:May 26, 2019 6:19 am
Last Updated:May 26, 2019 4:10 pm

Generally, we have preferences for sexual things, including our preferences for the age of our partners. Of course, some of us are outliers, contrarians and will declare that we have NO preferences, whatsoever. Okay, whatever If you fit in that category of poll-taker, you can check the "Other" box.

For the rest of you, how about it? Younger? Older? Same age plus/minus five years? Other?
My own age, plus or minus 5 years
I would go younger, 6 or more years
I would go older, 6 or more years
The 'cougar' formula applies to me: half my age plus 7
As long as they're breathing and of legal age, it's okay with me
Other, explain or not in the Comments section
22 Comments , 104 votes
Posted:May 25, 2019 10:05 am
Last Updated:May 25, 2019 10:34 am

“A man's mind may be likened to a garden, which may be intelligently cultivated or allowed to run wild; but whether cultivated or neglected, it must, and will, bring forth. If no useful seeds are put into it, then an abundance of useless weed seeds will fall therein, and will continue to produce their kind.”
― James Allen, As a Man Thinketh

Believe in affirmations or not, if you are considering how your life might improve by the use of positive affirmations (it couldn't hurt, right?), here are some to get you started:


I am abundant.

I have everything I need in life.

I deserve everything I want.

I am wealthy and prosperous.

I am a magnet for success.

Each day of my life is filled with abundance.

I am grateful for the amount of abundance I have.

I am attracting money and wealth into my environment.

I have enough of everything I need.

Prosperity flows through every aspect of my life.

The universe will provide for me.

I attract an abundance of wealth and opportunity.

Every part of my life is filled with prosperity.
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Posted:May 24, 2019 11:25 am
Last Updated:May 25, 2019 8:25 am
"Born a dog, died a gentleman."

Today I had to put a friend to rest, to end his suffering.

I adopted him when he was not quite six years old, in 2011, from his only other owner, a man who was moving and couldn't take him with. I was only a little into my second year of being a widow, and it seemed like the right move .. a large dog who needed and wanted a lot of attention, with a fiercesome breed reputation, to keep me company in a big, empty, lonely house.

I could say so much about this guy ... but the best I can say is that his presence in my life was a constant that I cherished. A dog's love is probably the most unappreciated thing in a world of humans who quite often never measure up.

"Storm, 11/10/2005 - 5/24/2019... he was a good dog, asked no questions, offered no judgments, and was nothing but pure love. RIP my loyal companion."

Jumping to Conclusions, Expectations and What the Hell are We Doing Here?
Posted:May 9, 2019 5:39 pm
Last Updated:May 10, 2019 7:44 pm

It never fails, we meet someone and feel a connection, or feel the 'chemistry' and immediately find ourselves being sucked into a whirlwind of emotions, hormonal responses and fantasies.

It's not just the stuff of teenage years ... it happens to us even as we age unless we are completely devoid of feelings.

We don't hear from the person for what seems an eternity and jump to the conclusion that we have been ghosted, or dumped, lied to or otherwise manipulated. Maybe that isn't the case at all.... maybe they actually have a LIFE outside of this place, lol!

Being on a site like Find adult friendz is really an exercise in managing expectations, don't you think? We want to meet people, whether for a one-time hookup, for a regular FWB relationship or perhaps even for something long-term. We soon find out that not everyone on here is ethical, courteous or even shares our goals. Or maybe we've just miscommunicated our intentions to them. Of course, the other person might be lying to us ... maybe they have led us on and we get our hearts stepped on when we discover their lies and deceptions. But just as often, we’ve jumped to conclusions about what our connections with people on here are and aren’t. Do we read too much into all of this stuff?

So the 'managing expectations' part is really the best thing we can do to protect our feelings as well as not put too much pressure on anyone to fulfill all of our needs.

Have we been clear about what we are looking for, or have we held back? I know that a of people on this site, mainly men, are super-critical of women who are looking for long-term or romantic relationships. Not only super-critical, but openly hostile about it. I usually tell men I a.m. here just for the IMs and the blogs and I search for my long-term relationship options elsewhere. I have yet to meet anyone here who wants to connect with me long-term and I don’t want to get into a debate with them about how they think I’m being unrealistic. I don't know if that's a good strategy or not, but until we are honest and open with others, we can't expect them to step up to the plate and be totally honest with us. My expectation of honest disclosure from most of the guys on this site is tempered by my experiences here, and that means I never consciously or intentionally convey to anyone that I expect anything from them. If they want to take our relationship to a higher level as I might, they need to meet me at least halfway in that desire by expressing it directly to me and proving it by their actions, not just empty words.

Are we actually available to participate in meet-n-greets or regular get-togethers or are we just leading people on without having intent to ever meet? How many of us get involved in sexy thinking it might lead to something more, only to find the other person only ever wanted the , or the cam, or the phone sex, and NEVER intended to meet in person? I’ve been stood up more times than I care to admit because I actually believed some guy who said he wanted to meet and went so far as to make arrangements to do so. I don't cam, I avoid sharing phone numbers with guys I've just met online, I don’t flirt well, and rarely venture into any kind of sexy in . I no longer drive unreasonable distances or skew my schedule to meet anyone new. My expectations have been lowered to the point that if the man won't come to me first, he isn't the guy I want to keep on my short list. If he does up, pleasantly surprised that my expectations have been exceeded!

Are we putting uncalled-for pressure on other people to communicate with us frequently? How often is too often for texts, phone calls, emails, etc? When we're in the heat of lust about someone new, we might think it's wonderful to text them daily, but maybe that other person is forgetful, has other things going on (read "has a life") or just doesn't like to text or message. Do we jump to the conclusion that they are ignoring us or do we naively think something drastic has occurred to prevent them from keeping in touch? I remember the first time I was 'ghosted' by a man (on another site) I only knew from online chats. I was gullible enough to actually think he had been in an accident or something when I didn’t hear from him for a few days. Of course, in my defense, he was always feeding me bullshit stories about traveling here, there and everywhere so I think it was a logical conclusion on my part to think he'd had an accident while traveling. When I found out he had dumped me (chatwise) for another woman in the same chat , I felt foolish, but also damn mad. I learned a valuable lesson from that ... if the person WANTS to communicate with you, they will communicate, even if it’s only to say “Good morning, good evening, or have a great day!” We don't need to second-guess their disappearances or lack of communication.
Posted:Dec 9, 2018 5:36 pm
Last Updated:Apr 26, 2019 3:36 pm

I realize that I am treading some very dangerous water here by sharing this particular blog entry, but as the expression goes ‘the truth will set you free.’ Consider this a rare rant about something serious, something about sex, and something besides the frivolous commentary usually seen in blogs here.

Many of the profiles posted on this and similar sites contain the phrase “D&D free,” or similar wording. I don’t dispute that the owners of those profiles intend for that phrase to assure their potential lovers that no nasty bugs will pass during coitus, but it’s a weak bit of reassurance, IMO. Unless you are tested immediately before having sex with someone, and get those results immediately, your previous status means very little, especially since the standard tests are usually limited to about 6 different diseases, and there at least 30 actual STDs/STIs. Test results are only as good as the day your samples were tested; if you have sex the day after, you run the risk of becoming less-than D&D free. Nevertheless, I get it. It’s intended to imply … safety .. and the person in the profile is probably hoping that the self-labeling will get him/her laid quicker or more often.


From the perspective of a person with an incurable (but quite common) STD, please let me share my thoughts.

I contracted HSV2 from someone over 30 years ago and I didn't even know I had it until I had a breakout after I became a mother (the change in my personal biology probably triggered the breakout.) Sexual safety wasn’t as big an issue then as it is now, at least not in my social circle. The bigger concern was an unwanted pregnancy. I don’t know who gave it to me, and I’m not sure if he even knew he had it. Regardless, he was guilty of spreading an STD, and I was guilty of naivete and not asking the right question beforehand. Done and done.

But let’s put one thing right out there and dispel some misconceptions. Well, maybe a couple of things.

First, it only takes ONE sexual experience to contract a disease. It could be your first sexual encounter, or your 500th … it just takes one time with someone who carries a virus or a bacteria that could be passed to you. This is not a morality issue people … STDs are a fact of life, and everyone who is sexually active is subject to contracting something, sometime in their lifetime. And on the issue of morality … check any ‘holier-than-thou’-ness at the door. Consensual sex is not the only way to contract a disease; if you are a child you are just as likely to contract HSV1 by getting a kiss from your great Aunt Martha when you’re a kid and then guilty if you spread it as an adult to someone you have oral sex with. And lest we dare forget, victims of sexual assault are often the unluckiest of the unlucky … they are crime victims but can also be the unwilling recipient of STDs in the process. So much for your moral judgments.

Second … it rankles me that a person without an STD (or perceived to have no infectious disease) calls themselves “clean,” while anyone with an STD is considered the opposite … “dirty.” This is how slut-shaming, stereotypes and bad jokes are allowed to exist unchecked. Consider that STDs or STIs have been at all-time highs for the past several years, and then decide if it’s wise to point the finger. How many people are guilty of spreading infection because they are in denial about their own health, too scared to disclose to potential partners, or just don’t give a damn about anyone else except themselves? How many of your friends or relatives may be silently suffering when the horrible jokes are made and everyone laughs about STDs, or when you brag about your own ‘cleanliness?’

I disclose to anyone I might be considering having sex with, if our relationship gets to that level, and I don't take it lightly. It is the right thing to do. And yes, it gets me shut down most of the time. And yes, I will get some email or responses to this that will consist of name-calling or lectures, telling me I’m dirty, disgusting or whatever other self-righteous beratement they can come up with. But that’s okay. I’d rather take the high road than be accused of being deceitful. I’d rather give a potential lover the choice, because I wasn’t given the choice and I have paid the price. WIth medication, use of condoms and avoidance during times when I am most likely to pass an infection, there is only about a 1% chance of me spreading my illness to a partner. I was married for 32 years and my late husband never contracted it. Much better odds to have sex with me than with someone who doesn’t know their risk factor, or worse, who knows and doesn’t disclose to you. Just saying...

Don’t tell me you’re sorry about my situation, and don’t give in to the hype. Speak your truth and support others who are not brave enough to speak their own truth yet.

The truth will set us all free.

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