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Sex After 60

Hollywood wants us to think that sex after 60 isn’t normal. Nonsense! Women our age are sensuous creatures. In this section, we will explore all aspects of sexuality, from safe sex to how to connect with your body if you live alone.

Does Sex Grow Old as We Age?
1 month ago

Does Sex Grow Old as We Age?

By  •  Mindset

I recently went with my wife to visit her mom who is in a memory care unit. It was late in the day, and they were getting the residents ready for dinner. Most are fairly mobile, some can easily manage on their own, while others have walkers and a few need to be transported in wheel chairs. Read More

4 Surprising Ways that Love Gets Better with Age
8 months ago

4 Surprising Ways that Love Gets Better with Age

I just saw a touching documentary called The Age of Love . It’s about a speed dating event for 70–90-year-olds that took place in upstate NY, and follows the participants before, during and after the event. Read More

5 Surprising Things I Learned About Senior Sex
2 years ago

5 Surprising Things I Learned About Senior Sex

My father died in 1969 at 49 years old. Mom was a couple of years younger. She chose not to remarry. This left her in a bind. She liked to dance. In fact, she went dancing three nights a week into her eighties. Mom needed a dance partner. And boy there were a litany of courters. Read More

Betty White Feels Sexy in Her 90s… Do You?
2 years ago

Betty White Feels Sexy in Her 90s… Do You?

I don’t know who first said that the brain is the most important sex organ, but, whoever they were, they were correct! In our 20s and 30s, it is easy to think of sex as an entirely physical process. Unfortunately, this focus on our external appearance can lead to poor relationship choices, low self-esteem and a lot of confusion. Read More

6 Reasons We Need to Explore Our Sexuality After 60
2 years ago

6 Reasons We Need to Explore Our Sexuality After 60

Exploring our sexuality after 60 is not a joke. Society may laugh at the idea of people over 60 being sexual, but we are. We may not be the same as we were when we were younger, but we still have emotions and desires. After all, we are human. Read More

Are You Feeling Sexty? What Senior Sexuality Really Means
2 years ago

Are You Feeling Sexty? What Senior Sexuality Really Means

I am not a sexologist. I am a “normal” sixty-year-old woman who wants to ponder in public. By the way, I hate the word “normal” – it doesn’t mean anything. I don’t think I’m a particularly revolutionary thinker. I’m only stating the obvious in my thoughts below. But I’ll let you decide! Read More

7 Fun Ways to Feel Sexy at 60
3 years ago

7 Fun Ways to Feel Sexy at 60

By  •  Lifestyle

Right about now, you’re probably groaning and thinking here we go, another article about dyeing my hair and going to the gym and do I care about being sexy anyway?

Aha! You’re wrong. Read More

Sex and the City Star, Kim Cattrall, Says Sex After 50 is All in Your Head
3 years ago

Sex and the City Star, Kim Cattrall, Says Sex After 50 is All in Your Head

Is sex after 50 normal? Sex and the City star, Kim Cattrall thinks so!

If Hollywood is to be believed, the only people having sex in this world are perfectly sculpted 20-somethings with radiant skin on the outside and an animal passion on the inside. The idea that people in their 50s and 60s enjoy sex is almost as forgotten on screen as it is in real life. Read More

Sex After 60 is Wonderful, Says Dame Helen Mirren
3 years ago

Sex After 60 is Wonderful, Says Dame Helen Mirren

One of the biggest aging stereotypes is that sex after 60 doesn’t matter. What nonsense! Do our bodies change as we get a little older? Of course! Do our attitudes towards sex shift as we move through the phases of our life? In many cases, yes, they do. But, just because our attitudes change doesn’t mean that we become non-sexual beings in our 50s or 60s. Read More

Sex After 60 Could Help to Keep Your Brain Healthy
3 years ago

Sex After 60 Could Help to Keep Your Brain Healthy

One of the most common myths about aging is that we no longer care about sex after 60. For most of us, this is categorically untrue. Read More