I'm usually swallowed into the depths or busy IRL.
However, when I am pretty active on Gaia, I really see no purpose for age to come up. Perhaps it depends on the forums. I usually lurk the same places.
I only mentioned my age complaining that 25 was to old to have to deal with teenieboppers drama on here. And was struck down and called old. I have enough issues about getting closer to 30 around my birthday.
I guess I could be considered an aged Gaian; I'm turning twenty five this year, and I find it vaguely insulting that being twenty five is 'too old' for this site. I don't see why I should stop engaging in activities that I enjoy simply because I reach a certain age.
As yet, I haven't really associated with people on the site, so I have yet to really meet anyone of any age.
I am currently twenty-three years old, and the oldest person I know on this site is a good friend of mine who I've known for years. [Nods]
I dislike that a lot of the younger generations on this site think there should be an 'age limit' for us older generations, or something. Gaia is for everyone- That's what it was made for. Everyone. The Mods / Devs / Admins are anywhere between 20something to fifty (last I checked?), so. . . Basically, if I wanna be here until I'm a wrinkly mess that can barely get out of my ******** rocking chair, then you can bet your pixel asses I'll still be here. I've been coming on here since I was sixteen (technically a couple months after I turned sixteen), and I'll keep coming back no matter what happens.
I'm 28 years old. I've been on the site for quite a few years now. I think it's silly to put an age limit on any type of site.
Most of the people I'm friends with on here are my age anyway. I feel completely at home.
My mom is 60 & she's a member of Gaia. She loves signing on to design her avi & play games.
She recently got into alchemy big time, which is awesome. I totally support her love for Gaia.