I was married (to a man for 14 years), and have had a number of relationships with some great women, but I notice that I've settled in the past, and I'm no longer willing to do that in my intimate relationship. I am spiritual in nature, and I am seeking the same.I have been told that I have a great sense of humor, however, I am very sarcastic (I'm from NY, what else would one expect? I have done personal growth seminars for many years (Landmark) , and I hope to find someone who is committed to always growing and evolving.Love is in the air and it’s apparent online, where an increasing number of singles find their next date virtually.Cupid’s arrows hit the target in online dating apps, which have seen triple the users in recent years.I also love to cook, so if you don't, that works for me! I went to college undergrad back east, (where I'm from) and the University of Denver for my MBA.
But here's an idea: Rather than relying on appearances, or what you read about Colorado Springs back in the '90s, why not get to know our city a little bit? Here's an interesting little nugget: The Springs was originally famous for its tourist attractions — duh — but also for its shiny metals and fresh air. The remainder are smaller groups such as the Green or Libertarian parties. When it comes to organized activism for social change, you've got options.I'm newly back to Denver within the last year, for the third time, after living in the NY metro area for 2 years again!The quintessential NYC experience however, was when a friend put my pictures up in Times Square for 30 minutes for my birthday, and after a talent scout found them, I wound up in Calvin Klein's headquarters in a photo shoot for the mature, sporty, sexy segment for the Spring line....which was remarkable!!!! I didn't get the position, but the experience was INCREDIBLE!Thirty sophisticated gay men, mostly in their 30s and 40s, gathered in person at the private dining den at the Four Seasons' MKT restaurant Sept.12 to enjoy a five-course meal, including steak tartare paired with Spanish garnacha wine.Most, however, were drawn there by the allure of a rarer delicacy: a reliable man.