I am a 60 year old professor at a top business school. I also have a financial consulting practice.
I am sensitive, sincere, smart and, when not courting young women, somewhat shy and self-effacing.
I have never been married, do not smoke, and am drugs and disease free. I live alone in Santa Monica.
I like books, films, travel, art, photography, theater, hiking, tennis, table tennis, spirituality and meditation.
Afflicted with middle-aged lust, I seek what might be called an anachronistic liaison with a much younger woman. There is always a quid pro quo in any relationship, and I am open to all kinds of arrangements of reciprocity.
I find that there is something tremendously erotic about helping a young woman come into her own. I have been fortunate enough to experience this erotic charge first hand a few times. Let me elaborate by describing some of the anachronistic arrangements that I have had in the past (which, as it happens, came to an end only because one of us moved): I helped my 18-year old friend in Eugene, Oregon, with her SAT and college applications, and she is now in college with a scholarship. I helped my 21-year old friend in Berkeley find a job as an equity analyst, and she has since moved to Wall street. I helped my 24-year old friend in Boston start her clothing business.
My former students now occupy higher echelons of power in all kinds of industries including private equity, hedge funds, investment banks, consulting firms, and some of the best-known Hollywood studios. I myself have a flourishing financial consulting practice with openings for college graduates.
I promise to make our relationship fun for both of us.