Senior sex dating site
First dates can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never met, or have had minimal face-to-face contact.
At some point in most monogamous, over-60 relationships, the issue of whether or not to live together comes up.
Study of 2667 Americans reveals the surprising truth about seniors’ sex lives.
In an eye-opening insight into the sexual behaviors of the elderly, a study of 2667 Americans has revealed that seniors’ early bedtimes have nothing to do with wanting more sleep.• 91% of over 70s said sex is important in a relationship • 81% of over 70s said sex gets better with age • Over 70s are more ok with casual sex than singles aged 18-30 • Over 70s are less accepting of celibacy than singles aged 18-30 • And for the romantics: 97% of over 70s believe you can fall in love at any age Sorry, seniors still have sex – and a lot of it The survey found that 91% of over 70s believed sex to be ‘important’ in a relationship, with 33% rating it as ‘very important’.
“The last thing I want is a [platonic] male companion, unless he’s gay,” says the vivacious senior.
“Do I want to have solo sex for the rest of my life? I would love to find another soulmate, or, at least, another man I have chemistry with.” Paulette was widowed at 70 after a very happy marriage of nearly 50 years.
"Don't book the church yet, Mom — it was just a hookup!
During the 60s and 70s, moving in with your sweetheart was so common and freewheeling that it earned the dubious label, “shacking up.”Years ago, most widows didn’t remarry or even date again after the death of their husband.
Although this choice is right for some women, others want a new next chapter that includes life with another partner.
Paula Paulette is going to be 80 in April — and she’s online dating.
And she’s not just looking for someone to eat ice cream and play bingo with.