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In case you need a reminder that every person and body is wildly different, enjoy the below story, originally published in June , wherein 47 women over the age of 47 weigh in on the state of their sex lives. No topic was off-limits.
Read their illuminating responses below. Now, do we have sex a lot??? NO, but I must say when we do, it is still very good. Sometimes I like to put on dirty movies as it helps me during foreplay. I do not want to give up on the effort it takes, because I know many friends have. Love, yes. Hugs, yes. Fixing shit around the house, yes.
Physical activity keeps your body and senses awake. Now in my 50s, I am so freaked my twenty-something sons will hear us having sex! What I did not realize was that with menopause would come awful, excruciating and miserable pain during sex. My whole life, I have always adored sex. I could have sex for all three meals and as a snack. But suddenly, I found myself no longer wanting sex because I did not want to hurt so badly down there.
Eventually, the pain became so intense, and the sex so infrequent, that I talked to a few older friends and my therapist and finally consulted with my doctor. Apparently, his wife had had the same symptoms at my age, and he put her on hormones, the same ones he now was recommending for me. I was on the fence about taking them, but when I finally did, my man and I were back to fucking fireworks! But for me, a love life with great sex is worth the risk. I have sex maybe times a year.
The urge to masturbate seemed to vanish after menopause too, at least for me. But I do seek comfort and closeness from my husband daily. I almost get annoyed at the constant talk of sex as if everyone should want it and that it is a vital part of every stage in life. Quickies and everyone ends up happy. I am now a year-old woman and my partner is a year-old man. We have been together for over 25 years, and we are not averse to waking up in the middle of the night to have sex, lots of it. Age improves intimacy; it improves communication; it makes for much better sex. As I have aged, sex has gotten better.
I am open and speak up about what I like and how I like it. Sex brings on pleasure and confidence and it makes you glow! Sex is a key factor in aging well and taking care of yourself. Thing is, I have no one to have it with, except myself. My husband is older than me and has lost all interest. After I changed my mindset, I had amazing orgasms! Sometimes, I would fall asleep after, which is okay and should be taken as a compliment by my man, which it is. Good sex means giving and taking with respect. Be honest with yourself first and foremost so you can help your lover know how to satisfy you.
Relax and let yourself go! A lot. I have a wonderful partner whom I love very much. He and I are very compatible in many ways, not just in the sack but also in terms of our values. Even though I am going through menopause, we are together through and through. I feel lucky, as this relationship has been my best sexual experience by far. We have been together seven years. I miss it. I am finally putting myself before my kids. My partner is thrilled AF about it. Get your partner off the couch and into bed. This is from someone who used to crave it daily. My husband and I are aging together, so we both still find each other attractive, and he really knows what I like.
Maybe not every day, but every week. It had been a while. Then I started dating this guy I met online, and he is amazing in bed. And it turns out, so am I. In bed, my boyfriend and I are sultry and dirty and loving and kind. I love the sex I have now, and although I fantasized for years about having sex like this, I never thought I would and I am so into it and happy about it. Natural, organic lubes are key. Anything with chemicals, especially ones that are supposed to warm you up, feel like battery acid to me.
My husband of 33 years is the same way. The frequency has slowed down a little, but it is amazing when it happens. Hormone replacement is the bomb! We are more relaxed and creative and have more fun! It is a crapshoot. You take a risk and sometimes you hit the jackpot. Sometimes you walk away with nothing. It takes a partner with a heart and mind and soul as big as yours to make it worth the effort, especially as you get older and a few things, including sex, get more challenging.
The emotional interplay is the biggest payoff. Keeping the intimacy alive with your partner is vitally important. It helps you stay connected. You must make the effort! I always say the oven might be broken, but the bakery is still open for business! I have an older lover. This is the best time of my life. Few children want to acknowledge their parents as sexual beings, let alone picture their parents as sexually active beings, but we were and we ARE.
Earmuffs on, kiddos…we had and still have passionate sex and LOVE it just as much as you do! My hope for my sons and all young adults when choosing a life partner is that their choice is based equally on sexual chemistry and friendship. It can be challenging to find both.
Maintaining sexual vibrancy throughout life is hard. Choosing the right partner is critical I chose well. My partner and I are still very much sexual beings, as the season allows, and we still love sex! Something about creating humans and birthing them made me realize just how amazing my body is and how lucky anyone is who gets to enjoy it too. Have good sex and stop worrying about your tummy rolls. By Eliza Dumais. By Amalie MacGowan. By Tess Garcia. By Team Repeller. By Mallory Rice. Search Clear Search. Next story Archive. Close Newsletter Modal Giving us your is the coolest!
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I Asked a Bunch of Women Over 50 About Their Sex Lives