sex over 50
I am a healthy 58-year-old woman married for 32 years. Up until the age of 48 or so, my husband and I enjoyed an active sex life, two or three times a week. Then things tapered off to where we can go months without really touching beyond hugging and giving each other a little peck on the lips.
When it comes to dating and romance now, what differences would a single Dad in his 50s encounter compared to his single son in his 20s? In other words, how might it go when a dad and his son sit down to openly compare notes about what's happening with the women in their lives?
Christian Grey as a leading man got as many things right as he got wrong. After all, women couldn't put this book down right? Christian Grey could teach any man a few important tips to bring into his relationship if he is passionate around sex.
Even in couples that are 'happily married,' it certainly feels like a majority are mismatched sexually. Somebody -- often the husband, but definitely not always -- isn't happy.
Maybe I am not as pretty as I once was. I have survived losses and betrayals I didn't expect and I have made some big whopper mistakes. But I am way more humble and believe far more in my own resiliency.
I'm an unlikely sex podcaster. Wildly unqualified. I've never been in a sex shop. I have no degree in sexology. I'm a middle-aged married mom of two whose work and hobbies generally bore fellow dinner guests, if I were invited to dinner parties, which I haven't been, of late.
Henry and I had been married for 10 years when I made him meet me for a blind date. It came with a simple requirement: We had to pretend we didn't know each other. After initially balking, Henry agreed.
Investigating what is normal in my new weird world of dating, I ask a male friend who dates a lot of women online. He claims that quite a lot of women make their sexual intentions clear in the first correspondence.
On Monday, we launched a special Sex After 50 series that includes a week of blogs, videos and stories about sex, love and