Sex chat for adults over 50
You sound like you incorrectly believe that menopause is a sex-stopping event. The statement was only that there tends to be more dryness with menopause, but it is easily solved by applying lubrication in most cases. My girlfriend is 68, I am 67, and -- few people will believe this-- we've had sexual intercourse everyday for the last six months except for the few days (9) three separate times I was away visiting relatives (for 3 days each time), and of those many many many days of sexual intercourse, we had as many as 7 bouts of intercourse (4 times), 5 bouts (about 12 times), and the usual number is 3 bouts. Energy really does "flow." And if you are inhibited, it means you are probably obstructing your partner's desires along with your own.Had my periods into my 50's, Menopause lasted about a year. I'm sad that I spent many years believing I was a poor lover, when in fact my humdrum performances were caused by sexual incompatibility.Which, of course, can leave the other one totally frustrated.I had no idea that women get dry down there when they get menopause :(.
As a result, many older people are unprepared for the sexual changes aging brings, and instead of adapting, they withdraw from sensual play. I know many people in their seventies and eighties who are actively, happily sexual. I'm 60 and want just as much sex as when I was less than half my age, including intercourse.It is a good thing that women in my family get menopause in their 60's.My mom is in her 50's and she still gets her periods.And many women lose interest by menopause, and have dryness which makes intercourse painful, though lubrication is supposed to help.And in a partnership, all it takes is for just one of the two partners to be unable to have intercourse.