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And they all say, when you're dead,” Kate Ge Meiner told .Seniors in assistant-living communities are still having sex, but the topic is so taboo, most nursing homes (and adult children) don't address it.
She said the more seniors have sex, the longer they can usually maintain it as part of their lifestyle — "use it, or lose it."Improved sleep, younger appearance, less migraines and relationships satisfaction, are among reasons AARP lists to "have more sex after 50."Some reports also show sex can lower odds of developing prostate cancer for men. In 2013, the National Council on Aging shared that 61 percent of men in their 60s find sex equally or more physically satisfying than in their 40s, and 62 percent of women in their 60s find sex equally or more physically satisfying than in their 40s.
She took both hands and lifted her breasts in her brassiere, kind of “fluffing” them.
That was when I noticed I was getting an erection and it was a big one.
Featuring scenes and discussions of a pretty graphic nature, the grannies and their younger lovers described their antics and their fetishes in minute detail and we were even treated to some of them in costumes they wear while preparing for their lovin’.
One particular Nanna even gave us a look at her tattooed nipple. Nanna Love: Fifty Shades Of Granny saw uber-cougars aged between 80 and their early 90s who had up to 30 lovers.
I had never seen pubic hair before, at least not that much of it and not in person.
I didn’t think my friend Jimmy’s Playboy magazine should count.Also, 76 percent of men find sex as emotionally satisfying as in their 40s. Sex goes beyond a superficial connection."When people get older, yes, they have saggy bodies and skin conditions," Davis said."As we age, we tend to think that those things matter less.Grandma and grandpa are getting it on, and we need to get over it."People look at disability and age as a problem, " sexuality educator Melanie Davis said."We don’t have to frame it as this horrible thing."Davis, Safer Sex4Seniors developer, said it's a myth that men and women lose sexual interest with age.The National Sex Study showed many seniors have active sex lives, ranging from a variety of behaviors and partner types, but adults over 40 “have the lowest rates of condom use.”Davis said many seniors think of condoms as a way to prevent pregnancy, not STIs.