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Meet my boyfriend

I am heading to see TC in London tonight. A $400 flight and two nights in a hotel at $400 a night, life must be good. Figure by the time the weekend is over will have spent $1,500!

Chris really isn’t my boyfriend, more just “seeing”. I’m talking to him and realize just how crazy the situation is. I’m worried for him, I can just imagine his parents must be truly scared.

He’s on a 2 year holiday working visa in London. He dropped out of school, took a 10 month contract on a cruise ship as a hair stylist, meet a fellow brit crewmember and followed him to London as his boyfriend. He got some odd jobs and travels a bit. I guess that’s what a holiday working visa is for.

So he and his boyfriend broken up, unfortunately neither can afford a separate apartment. Even better they have only 1 bed. So they still sleep together. Chris is telling me its a bit awkward since they don’t have sex any longer.

Chris is telling me this, while complaining the heat isn’t working, the wind is whistling through the windows. He’s been wrapped in a blanket all day. The good news he’s gotton a job at a movie theater collecting tickets and looking for a Christmas retail position. He’s so terribly sweet about it all.

I am a sugar daddy, let me have it guys, I need a taste of reality.

5 Comments

  1. Well as long as both parties understand that you are a “sugar daddy” what’s the problem. You’re smitten and you enjoy him……that’s enough for now.
    Put a more positive spin on it…..you know have your own exclusive hair stylist……what could be better.
    You’ll know if or when you need to move on.

  2. OK you asked for my take on it: You need to get over Chris and quick. You do not need to be a SD and you are not doing Chris any favors by enabling him.
    You know what agony you are going through worrying about your wife and her future? You will be doing the same thing with Chris eventually unless you drop him now.
    Alternately, I could be wrong and you two will live together happily ever after. Good luck working this through.

  3. OK you asked for my take on it: You need to get over Chris and quick. You do not need to be a SD and you are not doing Chris any favors by enabling him.
    You know what agony you are going through worrying about your wife and her future? You will be doing the same thing with Chris eventually unless you drop him now.
    Alternately, I could be wrong and you two will live together happily ever after. Good luck working this through.

  4. You said it. I thought I had issues…thanks for putting my life in perspective.

  5. Eeeek! I’m sorry, but I can’t see a SD relationship working. Do you want someone dependent on you (in addition to your wife/kids)? Don’t you think that the age difference is going to be an issue eventually (once the physical side of things settles down)? He may be a sweet kid, but yes, I think you need to take yourself out of the situation and have a realistic look at this! But I do hope you had a great weekend with him! But you need to keep this as strictly a FUN thing, not a relationship. Big hug!

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