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Read the forums first before attempting any response. But I must admit I felt a little bit horny, but nothing more than that.

And ask for what you want, and if you don’t get it, you have to weigh out whether you want to be with this person for other reasons or not. Even if you’re good, each woman has a different way of getting excited and having a climax.

Just come home to me.' And I was like, 'I can’t do that to you, and I can’t do that to me.' So I didn’t."How has your sex life changed as you've aged? I met my partner at 51, and that certainly wasn’t a period of low sex drive. But I also tell him, 'If you ask me now, I’ll say no, because it’s my idea, not yours.'" He doesn’t care! "You are not there for him; you’re there for the both of you together. It’s for you as well as for him." What’s different about sex for you now? I thought I had them before, but I guess I really didn’t. "I [now] wish I had the body I used to hate, you know what I mean? "My sex life when I was younger, which would be with my ex-husband, was: demanding, self-centered (for him), and daily (constant)."And now?

But what I’ve found, what’s more important to me, is to have the relationship that I have with her. I know there will be someone to defend me, to take care of whatever it is if I can’t do it. It’s incredible, because basically you’re you, and you’re alone, and nobody really cares about you the way you care about you. She actually does." If you could give your younger self sex advice, what would it be? Because really it does get dry, and it’s all after menopause. "As I matured, I realized that sex really never stops, and I realized that I will have it. " Have you experienced any physical sexual issues as you've aged? But that’s fixable — my gynecologist put me on Premarin cream, and that solves it. And it’s all about relaxing and realizing your self-worth and not being [solely] concerned about whether he’s having a good sexual experience." Are you more sexually adventurous now than when you were younger? "Warm, soft, exciting." gay in Dallas in the mid-‘60s wasn’t an option for her, it wasn’t until she moved to California in the ‘70s that she finally felt free to be who she is. We had sex, and I got pregnant when I was 18, just out of high school. People wanted to get married then, and because I was pregnant, I got married.

It’s another form of communication."How has your understanding of your body changed over time? When you first have sex, when you’re a virgin, you really don’t know much. "Excitement, anticipation, heart beating fast."And now? How did the women's movement and the sexual revolution affect your life?

"The women’s movement started, and we were doing nontraditional jobs, and we were feeling oppression from the patriarchy, and it totally almost destroyed me. I hated every man because even if he wasn’t keeping me down directly, by not speaking up he was also complicit.

And ask for what you want, and if you don’t get it, you have to weigh out whether you want to be with this person for other reasons or not. Even if you’re good, each woman has a different way of getting excited and having a climax.

Just come home to me.' And I was like, 'I can’t do that to you, and I can’t do that to me.' So I didn’t."How has your sex life changed as you've aged? I met my partner at 51, and that certainly wasn’t a period of low sex drive. But I also tell him, 'If you ask me now, I’ll say no, because it’s my idea, not yours.'" He doesn’t care! "You are not there for him; you’re there for the both of you together. It’s for you as well as for him." What’s different about sex for you now? I thought I had them before, but I guess I really didn’t. "I [now] wish I had the body I used to hate, you know what I mean? "My sex life when I was younger, which would be with my ex-husband, was: demanding, self-centered (for him), and daily (constant)."And now?

But what I’ve found, what’s more important to me, is to have the relationship that I have with her. I know there will be someone to defend me, to take care of whatever it is if I can’t do it. It’s incredible, because basically you’re you, and you’re alone, and nobody really cares about you the way you care about you. She actually does." If you could give your younger self sex advice, what would it be? Because really it does get dry, and it’s all after menopause. "As I matured, I realized that sex really never stops, and I realized that I will have it. " Have you experienced any physical sexual issues as you've aged? But that’s fixable — my gynecologist put me on Premarin cream, and that solves it. And it’s all about relaxing and realizing your self-worth and not being [solely] concerned about whether he’s having a good sexual experience." Are you more sexually adventurous now than when you were younger? "Warm, soft, exciting." gay in Dallas in the mid-‘60s wasn’t an option for her, it wasn’t until she moved to California in the ‘70s that she finally felt free to be who she is. We had sex, and I got pregnant when I was 18, just out of high school. People wanted to get married then, and because I was pregnant, I got married.

It’s another form of communication."How has your understanding of your body changed over time? When you first have sex, when you’re a virgin, you really don’t know much. "Excitement, anticipation, heart beating fast."And now? How did the women's movement and the sexual revolution affect your life?

"The women’s movement started, and we were doing nontraditional jobs, and we were feeling oppression from the patriarchy, and it totally almost destroyed me. I hated every man because even if he wasn’t keeping me down directly, by not speaking up he was also complicit.

I don’t give a shit what you think.' He’d always say to me, 'I think you should be home, barefoot and pregnant.' But that was everybody’s attitude! She met her current boyfriend 15 years ago, and they’ve been blissfully ensconced ever since.