It's also a good idea to ask your closest friends for regular feedback (yes, ask them to give you input on your actions and choices), so you don't get stuck in your ways. Realize you can be single and happy Hey, you don't have to tell me it's tough being gay, single and over 50.
Think more about keeping a sparkle in your eyes and less on fighting the fine lines around them. Pick your meet 'n' greet venues wisely Does walking into a gay bar make you feel more out of place than Lady Gaga shopping for clothes at a mall?
Yes, it's true that the Olympic-sized pool of dating prospects you swam in years ago seems like a lap lane when you reach your 50s. Get off of the sideline and get involved in your passions and interests.
You recognize dysfunction and mismatches faster now than you did when you were younger.
But that doesn't mean you should be rigid and inflexible. Chat with a guy who isn't your "type" and stretch your boundaries.
With all the focus on marriage equality these days, it's easy for gay men to think that being single and happy is an oxymoron.
There's more focus on getting into a committed relationship than there is on making sure it's the right one.
But, when it looks like you are trying way too hard to be noticed, it necessarily means that you are way too eager to impress those around you and to draw attention to you at any cost, whether it’s true or not, and that’s very unattractive.
Surely, anything that you do that would make it look like you belong in “Jersey Shore” show does not make you classy.
Like defining a classy woman, defining what being a classy guy means is not an easy task.
There is probably no one clear definition or one trait or quality that makes a man classy.
However, there are several specific characteristics that you have to have in order to be considered a classy man.