As the queer community gains visibility and acceptance, spaces have opened up for romantic relationships and friendships to grow among queer men across the generation gap.
In this new video from Logo TV, young and older gay-identifying men talk about their experiences with cross-generational relationships, as well as what they've come to look for in these encounters.
The perspectives among this group of men are varied. Some of the younger men explain the rise of these kind of relationships as tied to the "daddy" culture now permeating the queer community. On the other hand, one older man said that he never hits on younger gay men because he doesn't want to be perceived as a predator.
The one major take-away from this video? There are a million different ways to have a relationship, especially with stigma surrounding "May-December Romances" becoming less common.
Check out the video above.