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I am a 67-year-old woman. My husband passed 3 years ago. I want sex every day or every 2 days, but haven’t had sex in 17 years. It’s like I’m sex-starved all the time. Almost anything arouses me—a little hug from a man or a kiss on the cheek. Yesterday I started viewing penises on the web. I take very good care of myself except for a little extra weight. Cushing’s disease caused this. Is there something wrong with me for wanting sex with a man on a daily basis? I have a friend that I think is getting close to giving in to having sex with me. He has kissed me many times. I married when I was sixteen, so have not been with another man for 50 years. Do I just ask this friend? I really don’t know how men react to blunt questions. Sandra Thanks


  • Michael Castleman says:

    No, there’s nothing wrong with you for wanting sex daily, especially if you’ve been starved for partner sex for 17 years. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Sex has been absent for a long, long time. There’s nothing wrong with missing eroticism and wanting it frequently.

    Just like women, men react differently to being invited into bed. You know your friend better than I do. How do you think he’d react to a direct invitation? If he’s kissed you many times, I suspect he’d be open to lying down.

    But if he says “yes,” how do you feel about proceeding? Clearly you fantasize about sex a great deal, and fantasies can feel very powerful. However, sometimes, when fantasies become reality, the taste is not as sweet as you anticipated. Instead of simply asking him and expecting to jump right into bed, you might consider phased entry: more kissing, then perhaps some topless play, and after a few times of that, then to bed. Just a suggestion.

    I wish you the best.

  • kwillcox says:

    First, get a copy of Slow Sex. Second, read all about Goddess Massage. Approach guys who like the looks of. Talk to them first about sports and business. Invite them over, and mention you are really horny. Talk to them about slow sex and goddess massage, and ask them for it. since there is no penis involved, no STD problems. If you give them oral sex, use a rubber dam to avoid std and so you don’t have to swallow. You can have the best sex of your life, and you can give the guy the best sex of his life.

  • toll94 says:

    I am in my early 40’s and I think a man is always willing to have sex when his spouse, partner, friend or other is willing. If you lived in Ohio I was hanging out or dating you. I would have no problem having sexual relationship with you especially if you were only with one man. I would like to challenge you to open your mind up and explore another road to see if you would enjoy it. Anyways keep me posted I leave my email

  • Julie Hoegh says:

    Although physical issues might limit certain sexual activities, it doesn’t prevent women from enjoying sex at this stage of life more than ever. When it came to the talking about the sex she’s having now, however, Jackie found she had to confront this stereotype, too. ‘I think that even if a 65+ woman is attractive, the “sexy” plays a disappearing act by then, and Mother Nature takes over creating the “Grandma” image and the temperament to go with it. The truth is, Grandmas are not sexy, and sexy sells products.’

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