So are you and your husband swinging from the bedroom chandelier after you file for Social Security? Back a few years ago I saw so much writing about how seniors are having the best sex of our lives that I felt compelled to write this. Because in that regard, I really do believe the emperor had no . . .
I was in my mid-40s when I made an appointment with my GYN, with whom I had a great relationship. "Something's wrong," I said. "My libido has completely disappeared. I have no desire." That was a huge change for me and I was concerned. It was then, and only then, that I learned about some of the . . .
I loved the guest post on orgasm that Walker Thornton did while I was away. Her reminder that pleasure comes in many forms--not all of it orgasm-centered--is something we can all learn to appreciate, especially at midlife or older. Senior sex is more mature sex, in every sense: from how we think . . .
If you think orgasm isn't a big deal at midlife and thereafter, you're mistaken. Having one, not having one--these are topics of interest in our age cohort, whether you realize it or not. And often, they're topics of concern. Today, we'll learn how to make the most out of sex at our age. I say "our . . .
This is the first in a sporadic series I'm calling "The emperor has no clothes." Let me start by saying that menopausal women who write about menopause are doing a great service. Some of the changes that arrived with "the change" were a surprise to me, and I thought I was pretty well-informed. So . . .
This is a post every blogger should read. There was a day when kissing and telling was impolite. Apparently, those days are long gone, along with so many other aspects of good taste. This week (and I am writing this months in advance of posting) I read two blog posts that I think exceeded . . .
Anne Lamott wrote a hilarious account of a year she spent on Match.com. A veteran of the online dating site, myself, I enjoyed her well-wrought description of her dates and some of the anecdotes brought back amusing memories. But, here's what else 58-year-old Lamott wrote: In four-fifths of . . .