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Where are all of the Baby Boomer Men?

Since I’ve been networking on line, this baby boomer diva has searched long and hard (excuse the pun) to find where the baby boomer men hang out. Not that I’m looking because I have a man---thank you very much---and he’s a fine baby boomer man!

I’m just curious if baby boomer men network on line like women do. Is there a site exclusively for them? I see scatterings of men here and there who kind of blend in with the rest of the crowd but I can’t say that I’ve seen them in clusters.

Why aren’t they getting together and talking about their so-called male menopause? Why aren’t they exchanging information and advice on the best sports cars to buy; the best exercises to keep them vigorous in the bedroom; or gathering business tips? Could it be that baby boomer men are several steps behind us baby boomer women when it networking on the almighty internet? God forbid!

The internet is probably the best place for baby boomer men to find out what’s going on with their wives and menopause. If they’ve ever been caught in the midst of a hot flash tantrum, there’s a woman somewhere who is more than willing to offer advice. Surely, we’re all out here talking about the symptoms and how our men just don’t quite understand it all.

Listen up guys, why don’t you come to the internet table and join us for some engaging discussions. We guarantee you’ll learn a thing or two!


I added you to my blogroll, you may want to stop by and see what's going on with one boomer man.

I think most of the guys hang out in forums.
Carine said…
If the babyboomer guy is like my hubby Bev, when he goes on line-he's looking at watches and gadgets, not blogsites such as ours! Believe it or not-he's never read a word of what I've written since "when life hands you lemons..."! wouldn't he be surprised!
BeverlyM said…
Hey Carine,

You're probably right.

I was just reading GoingLikeSixty's blog and there was something about "used beer water" :) Interesting! My hubby does read my blogs from time to time---which surprises me but he never offers a comment on them.
BOOMj said…
Just thought I would let you know about a new website dedicated to baby boomers called that your readers may be interested in. There are many nice sections (health, movies, finance, travel etc.) where you can meet new people as well as keep up on all the latest news, tips and goings on in the world. You guys should check it out if you feel so inclined. See ya.

Anonymous said…
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