It has nowadays become a norm for ladies to go out with older men or young men to go out with older women. The society we are in today is a sponsor/sponsree society, has this norm become accepted? Is it for love or money? I feel I should share my view on the burning subject matter which has kept me thinking all along.
What if it’s LOVE?
Well, there is some instance where ladies maybe attracted to men they can call them fathers or rather young men are attracted to older women they can call moms. How can one call it love if you fear to share what you are having with that older man? You feel motivated sharing a picture in a posh place, whereas, from the shadows within is your sponsor or sponsree. Would it be more ideal to post #sponsor #havingagreattime…. Well, that wouldn’t happen, why? Well because you fear being judged by the society, or maybe, you play by the sponsor rules, why ruin a good fortune with a pic. Going to places, or being satisfied by that sponsor taking Viagra will never equate to love. Although the nature or essence of love is a subject of frequent debate, I believe that love is being proud of who or what you love and feeling unashamed of sharing your love with others. Behind closed lodgings, or posh places, or inside the sheets, that’s a fantasy which is mostly necessitated by the need for each party to gain in one way or another.
What does the future hold?…
At one point, I believe you maybe fancying having a daughter or a boy to raise in future. Would you have any moral right to question his choice if he/she embraces the norm. Do people practicing the norm really have any conscience, if you have a dad, would you picture him in that scenario? Or if the tables were turned today, and you are the wife of that sponsor, would you still be an advocate of a sponsor? To me, it is indescribable and morally wrong. As much as others may advocate for it as a cause out of necessity, to me it’s the same as prostitution.
Is it right for the single?
There are scenarios where one might find an old man who is not married or maybe a widower. Would it be morally right to have a relationship in such a case? In the case of morality, it would be okay to have a relationship with that old man. But according to my opinion. It would still be a NO? If he’s single at 60, what would make him be interested with ladies at that age, probably he has always had a string of them only that you wouldn’t know. For a widower at 60, well you are helping him out of the loneliness, who will help you out of it at the same age. Or the tables will be turned then and you will be targeting your sons for a companion.
Do I have the moral right to judge?
Well some things you have to say them for the sake of the audience who may find sense in it. I do not understand how you can harvest from where you never sowed. If you find that old man loving and caring and with lots of love to offer, that’s the labor of a hard working woman who groomed that sponsor to where he is today. Try to look for a loving young man almost your age and make him that man that many ladies are so much into. I had mentioned about sponsree. From research most of the ladies going with young men are not married or are widowed. They maybe probably the same ladies who at a younger age were looking for older men. What changes, do the old men no longer satisfy at some stage thus the need for fresh blood. Well that I am yet to understand maybe from one of them.
The theory that can absorb the greatest number of facts, and persist in doing so, generation after generation, through all changes of opinion and detail, is the one that must rule all observation. Everyone has a vague conscious in them, let’s utilize that and act like sober beings. From WEAC it’s Adios.