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Sex Life Becomes More Satisfying for Women After 40
Four women in their fifties tell us why they are having the best sex of their lives
Carrie's back! Or at least her real-life alter ego, Candace Bushnell, whose loosely autobiographical newspaper columns and book about the dating adventures of single women in their 30s became the basis of the hit HBO show "Sex in the City. This time, Bushnell and her posse are hurtling toward their 60s, dealing with a range of middle-aged problems including broken marriages, second careers and vaginal dryness. Only this time the gang is bigger than Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte. There are at least six gal pals, plus friends and acquaintances, making their stories a little harder to keep track of in "Is There Still Sex in the City?
Do Women Stop Having Sex After Age 65?
Reuters Health - The number of women who have sex regularly falls off with age as does the number who report enjoyable sex after menopause, a new study shows. In a survey of nearly 4, women over age 50, researchers found that less than a quarter were sexually active, according to the report published in Menopause. To take a closer look at sex and older women, Harder and her colleagues analyzed surveys filled out by 24, women, half of whom were 64 or older.
In your 20s and 30s, you may have viewed sex differently than you do now that you're older. It was fun — exciting even — but you also may have been more focused on getting pregnant or avoiding pregnancy with birth control. If you did have children, caring for them likely became your focus. You might find that you and your partner have sex regularly, but not frequently.