We are not given enough opportunities to remember that many couples in their 60s, 70s, and beyond lead active and fulfilling sex lives. Every day at Sportsheets, we set out to make sex more inclusive and accessible to as many people as possible. And that most certainly includes seniors and their partners. We know that sex over 60 is a reality a delightful reality , and we have advice, toys, and aids to help you and your partner make it satisfying and fun.
Sex Over 60: Best Positions and Toys for Seniors
Sex Over Best Positions and Sex Toys for Seniors | Sportsheets
Like red wine and a fine cheddar cheese, certain things just get better with age. For some people, sex is one of those things that blossoms over time. But for many others who find themselves in long-term committed relationships, it's easy to wake up one day and realize they haven't had sex with their partner in months or even years. There are plenty of reasons you might lose interest in sex. Sometimes it's related to physical or mental health, or tied to deeper issues in the relationship. Other times, it may simply be a result of age and your body's limitations—let's be real, you may not be able to pretzel yourself into the same sexual positions you could at
Rockstar sex positions for older people (who are young at heart!)
The best-loved nonagenarian George Burns quipped that sex when you're elderly was "like shooting pool with a rope". Jokes abound about the rapaciousness of senior females in quest of a male functional enough to engage in it. And my teenage son wrinkles up his nose and says "Eewww! What is it? It's sex in the elderly , of course.
Both my husband and I have bad knees. We're okay for most things, including golf and working in the yard, but sex is sometimes a challenge. We used the old reliable missionary position when we were first married, but found a few more tried and true ways to do it. Now that we are getting older, what are the best ways to do it?