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Erik is an easy-going, middle-aged gay male who has everything. The only thing missing in his life is love. He desperately wants to share his life with Martin, a young, feisty gay male he meets online. It was love at first sight the instant Erik saw Martin’s picture. The only problem is they are complete opposites and these differences can sometimes cause big problems. Martin loves to create controversy, especially with Erik. What Martin doesn’t know is Erik secretly adores his difficult personality. What Erik doesn’t know is Martin secretly admires his quiet demeanor but loves to test Erik’s love.

How far is Martin willing to go to test Erik’s love and how much is Erik willing to take?

25 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for posting a heartwarming story. The story captured my heart Mr Erik you deserve the best in life God bless you. Stay safe world from medical campus. ✌❤

  2. To Eric: If you're reading this, I want you to know that everything happens for a reason. Be strong, I understand that what you're going through is so hard and is swallowing you. Hold on, it will pass. Martin wants you to move on, to be happy and to love again.

  3. I’ve been through this platonic dating with an older guy. I was 20 his was 40. But he was the first guy I’ve dated that actually genuinely was interested & making time for us.

    He was a lawyer & successful business man but money couldn’t find him love. We met unexpectedly during one of my visits to Finland. We met a book store while I was browsing through to purchase few books. That’s how we met

  4. i am sorry but if you gonna go to the fridge and open ANOTHER beer when you ain't finished the 1st one – you gonna be getting both bottles shoved where the sun don't shine! How's that for a happy hour bitch!

  5. I am addicted to gay movies these last couple of months. And I am not gay, I have a wife and I have kids with her. I watch non-gay movies too, especially those starring Whoopi Goldberg, Eddie Murphy, Meryl Streep, Robert de Niro, for examples, but these days I watch gay movies too, after discovering how touching these gay movies are. I have nothing against, I have friends who are gays, I am a Muslim from Malaysia.

  6. I was naïve about sexual addiction and the abuse of meth. I spent 20 years with one and 15 years with the second failing to accept their behavior. I thought it was me that wasn't enough. I believed the lies, deceptions, and broken Promises. I am now recovering from the shattering of mind, body, and soul due to the trauma of being in such relationships. I'm lucky to have survived. Many do not due to the mental and physical health problems that living with an addict inflicts upon the partner of an addict. Healing takes time. In some segments of the gay subculture these issues are being discussed. 12 step programs do work for some. They did not for those with which I was involved. Robert Weiss' book "Cruise Control: Understanding Sex Addiction in Gay Men" discusses aspects of sexual addiction in the gay subculture. Curiously, their is a portion of the "gay subculture" that calls me a "prude" for not going out and just having random sexual contacts. If the random hookup is cheating on someone, then the betrayed party experiences the soul devouring pain of betrayal. Many appear to feel no guilt, shame, or remorse for their random hookups and the pain they inflict upon the betrayed partner of the human they hook up with. Frightening aspect of our culture when people seek their own pleasure first, without regard to the consequences they inflict upon others.

  7. When people who are young criticize this: you are only beginning to live. We older men have been there. This is absolutely realistic and heartwrenching.
    To the filmmakers: thank you. This could be a story from many of our lives. All the best to you in all your future projects.
    Rest in peace Martin; may you find comfort and love, dear Erik.

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