Sunday, March 22, 2020
Most of us are isolated in our homes, with more of the world joining in as the weeks pass. This is a stressful time for many. But we can only do so much. We can, and will, work to protect ourselves and others. But we will have a lot of time on our hands. Maybe we can not only find things to take our minds off the situation for a short while, but maybe we could even be creative and do some of the things that we have always 'talked about' doing.
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Wednesday, March 4, 2020
So many gay men have to deal with their boyfriend/partner/husband cheating on them. Sometimes it takes years to find out, and by then you might have gotten legally married, bought a house together, co-mingled bank accounts and/or adopted children together. When your lives are so entwined, the discovery of one of you cheating can be devastating to the other. Is monogamy realistic? Can you re-build trust after being lied to? Is a cheater always a cheater?
In this episode I tell you a story from my own experience with a cheating boyfriend. I also read to you an email from a guy who is at wits end on what to do with his husband who may be cheating on him. I also asked a question of an online Gay Over 40 group, if they had been cheated on, were there tell-tale signs. I read you their responses.
Thursday, February 20, 2020
In this INTERVIEW episode, I am joined by LGBTQ blogger Larry Pfeil, co-founder of theOUTfront Blog. Larry is a few years younger than I am, but grew up with many of the same tv sitcoms that I watched in the 1960's and 70's (some first in rerun syndication), so I wanted to get together with him and talk about some of our favorites.
In this episode we talk about Bewitched, The Brady Bunch, The Addams Family, Gilligan's Island and a couple of others. This is a relaxed conversation where we had more than a few laughs remembering both the good memories, as well as some of the cheesiness aspects of the shows. I think you will find it to be a lot of fun !
Please check out Larry's media at:
Blog Site: http://theoutfront.com/Twitter: @TheOUTFront
Thursday, February 13, 2020
In this first Interview of Season 5, I talk to Hollywood LGBTQ Independent Filmmaker, Jason T. Gaffney. Jason talks about the current film that he has in release called 'Analysis Paralysis', a funny (and HOT) LGBTQ comedy. We talk about his mission, the process of making this film and the reception that it has had by the older gay community.
Jason is an award-winning writer, actor, producer and director and you don't want to miss this awesome conversation we had about filmmaking.
Jason's films in release include:
The Perfect Wedding
Out of Body
A Dekkoo Original Series:
Marriage of Inconvenience
Additionally, he is the author of the 'California Comedy' series of LGBTQ romance novellas:
A Match for Mike
Jason can be reached at:
On Facebook: www.Facebook.com/JasonTGaffney
On Twitter: Twitter.com/JasonTGaffney
Web Site: www.JasonTGaffney.com
Analysis Paralysis is currently available through:
Dekkoo Web Channel (channel is available through Amazon Prime)-
Sunday, January 26, 2020
I start off Season 5 with an episode that outlines some changes that I want to make on the show, and then I give you a couple of things that I want to accomplish myself in 2020.
I believe that 2020 can be the best year of our lives. I hope you continue to stay with An Older Gay Guy Show as I grow in substance and quality. If you have not had a chance, please check out An Older Gay Guy Show YouTube Channel.
Sunday, December 29, 2019
In this final episode of the decade, I tell you about my experience in working at one of the Large Weight Loss Companies for a year. I talk about what the food is like, what the strategies are for getting (and keeping) clients on their program, and what you can expect when you walk through the front door.
Monday, December 23, 2019
A 'Christmas Story' (no, it isn't) for your listening pleasure (pleasure being the 'key word', here).
This is a true-life story of an encounter that I had with a family member. My fondly used phrase 'We're just guys, doing guy stuff' came from this experience. It took place August of 1974.