The transition from "Sex Gets Better After 60" to "Love Gets Better After 60" is subtle, but it hits on a deeper question of what is the meaning of an intimate relationship and how social media influences our views.
Being sex-positive means you are honest about what pleases you sexually and communicate that to others. It is also about accepting others' sexual preferences, supporting the importance of sex education for young and old, and having safe sex.
We all begin to clarify our sexuality in adolescence. But that understanding changes with age and experience, hopefully becoming wisdom that finally allows us to deeply love ourselves and others.
Far more than a tiny nub on women's genitals, the clitoris is the pleasure center for women's sexuality and the only organ in the human body dedicated solely to sexual pleasure.
Sexual experiences are more than physical encounters, especially as we age. At this stage in our lives, we have more of ourselves to give emotionally and are capable of experiencing spiritual transcendence during ecstatic moments of sacred sex.
Understanding three types of sexual expression—the mental, physical, and emotional—improves our relationships by deepening the need for connection as we age and by making us better, more intimate lovers.
The perfect holiday gift for your lover: A massage table! Its many benefits include relaxation, stress and pain relief, sensual pleasure, and perhaps a sexy romp. Give your lover this heartfelt gift and make this your most memorable holiday season yet!
Men's sex drive diminishes naturally as they age, but this doesn't have to mean the end of their sex life. Learning new ways to be sexual keeps a man's sex drive alive, his woman happy, and their relationship thriving.
Defining impotence as a problem may be outdated. For many men these days, erectile dysfunction is simply a stage of life. Once you finally accept being impotent and begin to address the issue with your partner and doctor, you will discover there are many upsides to impotence.
There is more to senior sex than intercourse. Making out is more erotic when couples gaze into each other's eyes, share their breath, and follow the orgasmic energy wherever it leads.