Sex and older women

A new study debunks the myths about older women’s attitudes towards sex.

Sex and older women

New insights from researchers on a joint Victorian and New South Wales study have debunked many stereotypes about sex and older women. The study, Sex, Desire and Pleasure: Considering the Experiences of Older Australian Women, has found that the sexual desires of many women in their 60s, 70s and 80s actually increases, and that older women know what they want from a sexual partner and are more confident about expressing their desires.

It seems that once women are free from the exhausting day-to-day routine of family life and no longer have to worry about pregnancy, they become more enthusiastic about their sexuality – and have a greater need for the benefits of a satisfying sex life.

“Some women did experience that kind of gradual decline, particularly as they went through menopause, [however] for other women they experienced a great increase in sexual desire. For a lot of women their sexual desire was quite fluid across their lives,” says Dr Bianca Fileborn, of La Trobe University's Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society. “A lot of women have periods in their lives, for example when they had young children, when they weren't all that interested in sex, presumably because they were exhausted. So it wasn't that linear decline, it's something that ebbs and flows across the life span.”

The study's findings have clear implications for health professionals who should consider more closely the sexual needs of older people, including more information about medications that may interfere with sexual function, and counselling for those who undergo procedures, such as prostate surgery, and how they may affect a patient’s sex life.

The researchers also found that many older women were keen for their partners to expand their sexual repertoire. Due to various health issues associated with ageing and menopause, many of the study’s participants also expressed a desire to engage in more non-penetrative sexual activities.

The study highlights the need for health practitioners to broaden their own repertoires, to include discussions of alternative forms of pleasure for older women. 

It also raises many issues that confront an ageing society in which many will increasingly enjoy good health and longer lives and shows that, contrary to the myths; older people can still be sexually active.

Read more at The Age

Opinion: It gets better with age

Okay, so many young people don’t want to think about their parents having sex – let alone their grandparents. But does that make it right to completely ignore the fact that they may be hot-blooded lovers in the sack? If I’m being honest, I don’t know how to answer that question.

I’m a big believer in people keeping what happens in the bedroom (or any other room) to themselves. People’s sex lives are their own business. We shouldn’t kiss and tell.

That doesn’t mean I think sex should be a taboo subject – far from it. After all, sex is quite possibly one of our two most important biological functions. Sex and eating. Maybe eating comes first, because you need energy for sex. Either way, it’s important.

The most important function of a health professional’s job is to maintain, or improve, the quality of life of their patients. So it is imperative that the sex life of a patient is included in that ‘quality of life’ equation.

Indeed, the sex education we had as teenagers should be relayed again to older people who are in need of a sexual re-education.

This study makes huge leaps into the otherwise under-resourced, often misunderstood area of the sexual issues associated with ageing. I find it strangely comforting that older people are still having sex. And if sex can be treated like a fine wine that gets better as it ages, then we’re all in for a real treat.

What do you think? Are you still sexually active? Do you have any suggestions for others who may be a little shy about their sexuality? Why not share them? (Just keep it clean please!)





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    Magnolia
    26th Feb 2015
    10:10am
    Going on to 62 and no partner, I find that loss of sexual activity has created a problem for me with regards to penetration. As I never had natural childbirth, having had 2 caesarians, and because of no intercourse, it is painful if I attempt intercourse. I think women should be warned about this especially if you are single. My gynecologist has me using dilators to possible assist with this - I am eager to be involved again sexually and it is depressing not to have that intimacy that I feel more confident about now. I think sub consciously that is why I have never found anyone - I can scared..
    Alula
    26th Feb 2015
    1:05pm
    Magnolia, good for you for doing something about your issue. You're not alone - I was the same. When the right person comes along you'll be ok. Hint: take the time to become really aroused. If he's not co-operative, he's not the right one. Best wishes.
    Rod63
    26th Feb 2015
    1:07pm
    The best of luck with it all, Magnolia. You certainly
    deserve happiness - including sexually.
    Meggsy
    28th Feb 2015
    11:37am
    Maganolia. I have had trouble all my married life (43 years) with pain during intercourse. For two reasons, 1. I had difficult child births that have left me scarred and torn making penetration very painful and 2. lack of readiness. Since his death I have found a new wonderful partner who is gentle and is very careful in what he does and is willing to take the time needed to get me ready. I agree with Alula, your partner needs to take the time for you to be become really aroused. I was apprehensive about sex and said I would never bother with sex again, but now, with a different man, it is very enjoyable. It is now love making not sex.
    Precious 1
    3rd Jun 2015
    10:28pm
    The best non sex for 28 relationship was the best in the world even a married situation...no hassles he told me when we first met no sex as he diabetic and two divorces...I couldn't believe my luck...we stayed great friends travelled overseas etc and Oz for about 27 years, worked together at one time etc etc..sex isn't all that to rave about cos nothing really lasts does it.........I had the best and I trying to find the rest........and I`m certainly not frigid.....lolol
    Liz
    29th Jun 2016
    11:12am
    Magnolia - I had the same problem for years. After my divorce after 43 years and wanting to get involved again I visited a sex shop and the beautiful lady was amazing. I got some toys and most important some lubrication (water soluble) works. I now have a wonderful man and he has made it amazing. He takes his time to get me ready and I now enjoy my love making more than ever. Best wishes and good luck
    bartpcb
    26th Feb 2015
    10:29am
    Where do they get their information from? My personal experience would indicate that 'older woman' couldn't give a rats A whether they had intimate relations.
    tia-maria
    26th Feb 2015
    11:13am
    bartpcb.......you could be dead right their mate.........you can see they definitely interview the wrong age group??????????
    KSS
    26th Feb 2015
    12:22pm
    Says more about you bartbcb than any of the older women in your 'personal experience' "that couldn't give a rats A whether they had intimate relations"....
    moke
    26th Feb 2015
    4:12pm
    OH MY! bartpcb I am 75 and I do believe for some it gets better with age. Perhaps you have or have found the wrong partner because I think you may be missing out, have a look around you might be surprised.
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    4:20pm
    Agree with Moke, have a poke around bartpcb. You never know what might come up :)
    particolor
    26th Feb 2015
    5:31pm
    "Rising Fast" got upin the Melbourne Cup in 1960 I think ?
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    6:34pm
    Yep....lasted the distance :O
    Kato
    26th Feb 2015
    9:46pm
    Roy had to pull the whip tho.
    particolor
    27th Feb 2015
    8:03pm
    Kinky Rider ! :-)
    margie
    28th Feb 2015
    3:22pm
    Well Barb I agree with you, so many more interesting things to do than getting in the sack with someone for a few minutes pleasure. Of course we have the ones that will go on about how fantastic it is for them and how sorry they are for us. Well don't be sorry for me and I won't say you're exaggerating. Frankly I am far to busy enjoying my senior years to be bothered even if I had a partner and when I was younger I felt it was a completely overrated pastime.
    Precious 1
    10th May 2015
    10:12pm
    I would say the reason if you got a fat belly and never shower proper;ly and lazy and not at all romantic any woman would close the doors good and proper
    WideBayMike
    2nd Dec 2016
    2:28pm
    Rising Fast won the 1954 Melbourne Cup. I just had a look at the field and some of the other runners had interesting names, including but not limited to Surprise Ending, Great Performance and Gay Gambler.
    Kato
    26th Feb 2015
    10:34am
    Bah Humbug. or is it that after over fifty years together .............................. give me a break. he he
    HOLA
    26th Feb 2015
    11:58am
    They say women can go off wanting sex because after 50 years together the attraction is not the same. And there is nothing romantic about having a heavy weight bearing down on you huffing and puffing for a couple of seconds and then collapsing into a heap, snoring. I'm afraid men forget their romantic ways and are only interested in getting what they want and not pleasing the woman. At least I have my memories of my darling husband and how romantic he was.
    particolor
    27th Feb 2015
    7:52pm
    I've known some that Go Off !! :-)
    Mez
    10th Feb 2016
    2:15pm
    The missionary position is not the only position!
    In fact, the reverse is better for the woman as well as a side on one with legs intertwined.
    Women also need to learn how to achieve orgasms to make sex more enjoyable and this may be done at least initially with masturbation and, if necessary, also use your fingers on yourself during sex.
    My GP once told me that approx. 75% women have NEVER HAD AN ORGASM!
    I was totally shocked by that!
    Paulodapotter
    26th Feb 2015
    11:28am
    Is it true that men are more likely to be visually stimulated by women, while women are more likely stimulated by other factors such as touch, romance, money....? What happens to men when the visual stimulus becomes less visually stimulating?
    Kato
    26th Feb 2015
    11:31am
    They have to pay more.
    Paulodapotter
    26th Feb 2015
    11:38am
    Or so they find someone who is more visually stimulating?
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    11:40am
    I don't think you've got that one right. I hope that a few men set you right in the next day.
    particolor
    26th Feb 2015
    5:22pm
    "Are You Free Mrs Slocomb ?" :-)
    Kato
    26th Feb 2015
    9:48pm
    Mrs Slocomb was a big tease.
    Kato
    26th Feb 2015
    9:50pm
    Id much rather be examined by Mr Grace's nurse.
    particolor
    27th Feb 2015
    7:57pm
    But She did love Her Pussy ! :-) Kato
    Mez
    10th Feb 2016
    2:17pm
    The fact is that women are equally aroused by watching porn!
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    11:38am
    Are you kidding Leon? Which planet are you on mate?

    Anecdotal evidence is that once women's hormones change then so does the biological need to reproduce. So that's the end of a physical relationship for most. So why do you think middle aged+ men get young girlfriends? This should not be rocket science......and it ain't the lack of wrinkles.
    leonYLC
    26th Feb 2015
    12:14pm
    Hi Mick,
    May I suggest that you read the linked report. It may help you have a better idea of the information I am passing on.
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    12:37pm
    I went to the link Leon but it looked like a copy of War and Peace. I normally fall asleep when I read articles of that length.
    A survey would get a result in our own community so lets get some of the readers making a call.
    I still believe that anecdotal evidence is against you but a quick google may well be on your side of this argument.
    Adrianus
    26th Feb 2015
    12:50pm
    mick, you have no idea! Still shooting the messenger and disposing the facts. Many women have a noticeable lack of desire following childbirth but in later life when that is all behind them they are able to focus more on their intimacy and sexual needs.
    If you are still married, may I suggest you show your wife more respect and treat her like a woman.
    KSS
    26th Feb 2015
    1:31pm
    mick, mick, mick! Are you for real? Did you read the article? The research shows that it is because women no longer have to worry about reproducing and childrearing that they re-ignite their desire for sex. Not only that but they become way more adventurous and know exactly what they want and are more confident about expressing it!!

    Why do so many middle-aged men get young girlfriends? I'll tell you. They can't face their own mortality. They still want to be the rooster and not the old cock they have become. You are correct on one thing: "This should not be rocket science......and it ain't the lack of wrinkles."
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    2:09pm
    The facts may be against me. Not sure. But the white flag is up either way. Lets call it a draw.
    Frank: Its good you did not enter into your normal political trolling. Thanks for the attack, but for what it is worth to somebody like you my wife is my best mate and I treat her well.
    Polly Esther
    26th Feb 2015
    2:34pm
    Jeepers, you're copping it today mick, should have voted independent.
    tia-maria
    26th Feb 2015
    3:58pm
    Mick these two are again ratting off about nothing they don't know much about.............
    Adrianus
    26th Feb 2015
    4:49pm
    tia-maria, I know a woman's needs are many and complex. I also know how to find out what those needs are. Having said that, I am also willing to be open to more research to uncover that "nothing I don't know much about."
    Mez
    10th Feb 2016
    2:21pm
    Are YOU KIDDING MICK?
    Women's libidos keep increasing to the level where one can have 2 or 3 orgasms during sex whereas men cannot!
    SURPRISED?
    It's a fact!
    You perhaps need to improve on your lovemaking techniques or either you both have fallen out of love.
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    12:16pm
    "Tell 'em, they're dreamin"...........I'd rather have a steak sandwich :D
    tia-maria
    26th Feb 2015
    3:58pm
    heyybob, just love your SOH........
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    4:17pm
    ;)
    particolor
    26th Feb 2015
    5:24pm
    Yeah ! Followed by a Roll in the Hay !! :-)
    Kato
    26th Feb 2015
    6:20pm
    Well yes.
    KSS
    26th Feb 2015
    12:26pm
    The 'anti-women commentators here may just want to have a look at themselves and ask why is it that the women in their lives may not want sex. Is it that the women really don't want sex (apparently not according to the research) or is it that they don't want sex with YOU?
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    12:29pm
    Or possibly got tired of eating apples and thinking of Mother England instead of being a real team player ;)
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    12:39pm
    Maybe you have a point there. Might it be a case of being married too long?
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    12:47pm
    Trying not to be too pragmatic but after a full (and exciting) lifetime I feel that most 'things' have a Use By Date so I always try to look around & find things that please me in many different ways. Don't want to die of boredom, do we ?
    KSS
    26th Feb 2015
    1:23pm
    "....so I always try to look around & find things that please me in many different ways...."

    heyyybob, perhaps if you looked around and found things that please HER in many different ways, you may not get so bored!
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    2:38pm
    Hey KSS I NEVER said I get bored :) Plus I NEVER said I don't please HER(s) in different ways !! I have just NEVER been stuck in a rut ;)
    Precious 1
    10th May 2015
    10:14pm
    Absolutely KSS in fact more than once definitely lolol
    margiemill
    26th Feb 2015
    12:28pm
    Just turned 70 and enjoy the intimate side of my relationship far more than I did when I was younger. So gentlemen don't tar us all with the same brush.. It takes two to tango guys,,,maybe you are not playing the right sort of music,,
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    12:39pm
    Musical hints always appreciated.
    HOLA
    26th Feb 2015
    4:22pm
    Mick - if you are looking for some musical hints this, is the scene. Get a copy of Ravel's BOLERO. Absolutely sexy music for getting you in the mood. Soft lights, satin
    sheets, make sure you have both had a bath, a bottle of rough red and then put on the music. It starts off slowly, like we all do, and then builds up to a climax like you have never had before. We use to try this and would end up laughing so much we just had a great time. Memories...........ho hum.
    Ny19
    26th Feb 2015
    7:56pm
    Oh my god, Bolero sex is the utmost! Must try it again sometime. Thanks for the reminder HOLA.
    Kato
    26th Feb 2015
    9:55pm
    Bolero aye. I can see a few hips going to that.
    Adrianus
    27th Feb 2015
    12:09pm
    I prefer Balero performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Only problem is, I have 2 left feet when the music gathers momentum because I find it hard to concentrate on anything else especially when the music gets so loud.
    particolor
    27th Feb 2015
    8:02pm
    I prefer Duelling Banjo"s Sex !! :-)
    Kato
    28th Feb 2015
    9:49pm
    knee tremblers and deliverance. that would get the boleros twanging.
    Ny19
    26th Feb 2015
    12:31pm
    Lots of ageist comments so far, from aged men. I still find my hubby attractive and sexy and we continue to enjoy a good sex life in our mid 60's.
    mangomick
    26th Feb 2015
    1:49pm
    Thanks Darling. I never knew you posted on this forum. That is you isn't it Joan?
    Oh Sorry .............I thought it was my wife posting............
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    2:32pm
    :D
    particolor
    27th Feb 2015
    8:10pm
    And Wild Bill Hiccup and Calamity Jane rode off into the Sunset !! *
    Bella54
    26th Feb 2015
    12:35pm
    And what if you want intimacy and sex and your man isn't interested any more? (61 yrs and 69 yrs)
    Ny19
    26th Feb 2015
    12:48pm
    Maybe he's lost interest because he's having a problem getting or maintaining an erection? Talk to him about it and if erection difficulty is the problem he can solve it with the magic pills.
    KSS
    26th Feb 2015
    1:32pm
    Or get yourself a toy-boy?
    Paulodapotter
    26th Feb 2015
    3:32pm
    If the man finds visual stimulation the key to desire along with intimate touch, then it may be necessary for the woman to take the initiative if there is little left for the man to be visually stimulated by. If the woman does not feel comfortable with initiating intimacy, then this may be a reason why men seek out more visually stimulating youthful sexual partners. I think there is no one solution for all. In this instance, men and women often find comfort with having sex with themselves. It's not easy to be a turn on when you're fat and wrinkly.
    sharjj
    26th Feb 2015
    12:42pm
    I'm 58 and healthy and confident. This could be why I had no problems finding a partner 15 years younger than me. Needless to say I have a wonderful sex life.
    Adrianus
    26th Feb 2015
    12:56pm
    sharjj, good for you. I don't know why more women don't marry younger men.
    particolor
    26th Feb 2015
    4:52pm
    Never saw Marriage mentioned anywhere there Frank ?? :-)
    Adrianus
    26th Feb 2015
    5:14pm
    err, come to think of it I didn't see the word man mentioned either. I had better mind my own business.
    particolor
    26th Feb 2015
    5:28pm
    Yep!! I tend to stay away from these Gender Absent ones ?? :-)
    Adrianus
    26th Feb 2015
    6:35pm
    parti, I think we're missing the point here and that is sharjj is having a wonderful sex life. Isn't that what's important?? :)
    particolor
    26th Feb 2015
    7:58pm
    :-) :->
    Dobbie
    26th Feb 2015
    1:02pm
    As a female looking down the barrel at 60, I wouldn't say it's increased since my younger days, but the desire is still there and I expect it probably always will be. Now that I'm widowed though, it's not an easy thing to take care of in a romantic way :(
    Adrianus
    26th Feb 2015
    5:08pm
    A famous football coach would often say, " winning isn't everything, but the desire to win is everything." Speaking from a male perspective I can say that simply seeing that glint of desire in a woman's eyes is very sexy. I've got no idea what that has to do with winning, probably nothing, but there can be nothing without desire.
    Anonymous
    26th Feb 2015
    5:55pm
    Goes without saying Frank that you'd be an object of desire for most women, but you've got to be careful when it comes to' glints in the eyes' of women on the interesting side of 55...

    Heard of one bloke who misinterpreted a squint as a 'glint in the eye come hither look' and was told by the owner of the glinting eye to

    "P.ss off, can't a mature woman squint an eye in peace anymore without being hit on"...........

    Just jokin..ya gotta laugh.
    Adrianus
    27th Feb 2015
    1:23pm
    shetso1, I wouldn't say I was an object of desire, although I have an athletic build and have been told that I am good looking. But that means diddly squat if a man has limited emotional intelligence. Women don't like it when they have to spell it out. As soon as the Balero (or any Spanish restaurant music) starts to play get your dancing shoes on mate!
    Anonymous
    28th Feb 2015
    9:42am
    Not too sure Bolero's got much to do with dancing shoes per se....

    And to be honest find the Bolero music slightly irritating, and no idea why, but it sort of reminds me of the buzzing of blow flies....

    But hey what would I know - and if you think you can jive, waltz or rumba to Bolero I say go for it.....
    Rose
    26th Feb 2015
    1:02pm
    I am on board with the fine wine analogy. Age is but a number - it's how you feel about yourself that matters. The longer I live in this body the more attuned I am to what makes me feel good. In spite of changes to my physical appearance enjoying pleasurable experiences are only limited by the approach of the person I am with or my imagination. With or without a partner I am confident in my sexuality & it gives me a greater sense of well being. I actually find orgasm easier to achieve & much more satisfying as I age. My experience & from discussions with friends - seems to me the aging process affects men's sexuality more than women's.
    kevinc
    26th Feb 2015
    1:05pm
    in your dreams, try telling that to all the retired married guys , like myself, and even some honest
    women, they would rather starve than have sex in late 60,s . there is no doubt an exception
    out there somewhere, however, it is a standard joke amongst blokes.
    KSS
    26th Feb 2015
    1:36pm
    kevinc, young blokes gab about how much they get and you can't believe a word they say. Seems nothing changes as they age!
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    2:13pm
    Hmmm. Interesting point of view.
    mangomick
    26th Feb 2015
    1:20pm
    My Darling wife is 5 years older than me and if what they are saying is true then she has been keeping that secret from me for a fair while.
    Rose
    26th Feb 2015
    1:25pm
    So Kevinc - seems you are basing your evidence on a 'standard joke amongst blokes'. I am actively involved in CWA, Hospital Auxilliary & St Vinnies etc- men you know may joke but women (honest women at that) I know openly discuss these topics.
    kevinc
    26th Feb 2015
    1:43pm
    No Rose, comments based on personal experience plus open discussions with married blokes
    in my age group. No doubt due to your involvement in social issues women have discussed
    the subject, but probably not with their husbands. How often do you hear the complaint by wifes, husband left me for a younger woman, and don,t know why. ?
    KSS
    26th Feb 2015
    1:55pm
    Frequently kevinc, its because women get no respect from their men. When a woman looks in the mirror they see their flaws - or what they are told are their flaws, (wrinkles, a few extra pounds, a droopy tummy because of the children they bore etc etc). A man looks in the mirror and still sees a 6-pack where the keg now rests. Men are 'silver foxes' - women have grey hair; men are 'distinguished', women are old.

    And how many of those middle-aged men lose their younger dopey girlfriend pretty quickly and want to return to their now ex-wives?
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    2:15pm
    Don't know KSS. Tell me.
    tia-maria
    26th Feb 2015
    4:02pm
    mick.be careful mate KSS will definitely tell all......
    tia-maria
    26th Feb 2015
    4:02pm
    mick.be careful mate KSS will definitely tell all......
    redxdingo
    26th Feb 2015
    2:00pm
    I am 74 .I am sexually active and joyfully so
    I would love to see more understanding come this way Tantra is a wonderful way of experiencing sexual energy in a loving and sacred way with or without penetration .I would love to see sex and sexual activity respected It contributes so much to our well-being and gives us Intimacy.I view sexual energy as divine life force and There is so much known about expanded orgasm and sacred sex now .I would love to see more openness and appreciation an understanding in Australia I am glad Magnolia that you found some intelligent support to improve things so you can enjoy sex again Thank-you Awet
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    2:49pm
    By golly, some of you articulate and honest Senior Sex Sirens are really offering excellent perspectives and advice. Go, you Good (in a nice 'naughty' way) things :D
    Sparkling
    26th Feb 2015
    2:03pm
    I'm 71 and widowed. My husband and I had a fab sex life and I miss it. Even before my husband died, sex started to hurt. I didn't tell him as he would have pulled the plug - he would never have hurt me. When the opportunity arose again, I consulted a gynaecologist. He prescribed Vagifem vaginal suppositories & lots of lubricant. He recommended Sylk, but personal KY has more staying power ! One month after starting Vagifem, we were away ! Magnolia, the fact that I had Caesarians and my vagina is in mint condition is very much appreciated by the partners I have had. I've also had a hysterectomy. To my surprise, younger men have also shown interest in me. I was non plussed at first, but when you think about it, I don't want to marry, and I'm not going to get pregnant. Good luck Magnolia. I suggest that you ask your Dr about Vagifem. It is an oestrogen replacement that makes the vaginal walls more 'supple'. You insert the tiny pessary twice a week. The other point is to get your partner to start gently, gently. The 'bull at a gate' technique belongs only in 50 Shades of Grey. It might also be easier for gentle penetration if you are on top. Enjoy !
    MICK
    26th Feb 2015
    2:19pm
    Polly!!!!
    heyyybob
    26th Feb 2015
    2:44pm
    Polly - what a refreshing, frank and attractive person you sound. Yeehaa !! Long may you continue to enjoy your (sex)life :D
    HOLA
    26th Feb 2015
    3:57pm
    POLLY - Put the kettle on!! I have learnt something today. You got me all hot and bothered. I'm ready and willing to go - but unfortunately no partner to rely on. :(
    tia-maria
    26th Feb 2015
    4:06pm
    Polly, gee girl far too much information..........now look what you have done to Hola
    redxdingo
    26th Feb 2015
    2:06pm
    Yes I agree KSS that bartbcb's comments say more about him than women or the topic
    ("Says more about you bartbcb than any of" the older women in your 'personal experience' "that couldn't give a rats A whether they had intimate relations"....) Awet
    redxdingo
    26th Feb 2015
    2:12pm
    I think Sex Education is definitely needed especially for some men to whom sex is a dirty joke I wonder if it is about the ability to feel Joy ...or even the ability to feel at all ...Sex eduaction about the joy and pleasure of sex would be really good at any age Awet
    Alexii
    30th Apr 2019
    9:13pm
    Nothing lie having a good sex life. I hope I'm still having one in my 90s.
    Maggie
    27th May 2019
    1:31pm
    My partner is closer to 90 than 80 and I am close to 80 and we have an incredible intimate life, with relations apparently as often as people in their fifties!
    Perhaps it's because we make love. We've never just had sex.