A photon isn't supposed to have mass. But yet it is effected by gravity. So this means that a photon must have the gravitational property. And this would give it mass. So why does gravity bend the curve of a photon? And please give me more than "gravity bends the spavetime continuum, so it effect the curve of the photon". Cause as I see that, bending in spacetime in towards a massive object would push the photon away. Cause there would be more "preasure", if you will, closer to the massive object, therefore pushing the photon away. And in that case, wouldn't you age slower on a still massive object then you would being still in space?