DatingAdvice.com describes, "Buck Up, Princess" as, 'Bragging Rights: breaks beyond the stereotype of the “daddy.” Buck Up, Princess offers dating advice specifically aimed at the gay community, authored from the perspective of an older man interested in younger men. With a funny and proud approach, the site offers a fuller view in a community where May-December pairings are quite common. Topics like “There’s No Fool Like an Old Fool” detail the joys and hardships that often accompany love.'
Lately I've been experiencing more of the hardships than the joys when it comes to love. Ironically, this emphasis on the hardships has made me hesitant about writing. Nobody wants to read downbeat, egomaniacal drivel all the time. But, it is true that the goal is to present a warts and all view of dating intergenerationally. I just there are some, '...and all' experiences on their way, rather than those involving warts.
At least, that is what THIS DADDY thinks.
'Warts and All', from, 'Honk!'
Raymond Case Elementary School