Gray Fox

Definition - What does Gray Fox mean?

A gray fox is an older male, handsome and on the prowl. He is close to the end of middle age, and this is marked by a graying or silvery head of hair. He is alternately referred to as a silver fox. Examples of gray foxes in pop culture include George Clooney and Pierce Brosnan.

Kinkly explains Gray Fox

The appeal of a gray fox often goes beyond looks. Age can do wonders to a man. He becomes more secure and confident. He has acquired skills in pleasing women, romantically and sexually. He is also more emotionally stable. Of course, not all aging white-haired men are considered a gray fox, although the term is rather subjective since it is highly dependent upon what a person considers attractive. The term is used for men who have aged well.

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