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Many Older Americans Have Active Sex Lives

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http://health.msn.com/centers/mensexualhea...2&GT1=10311

Many older Americans aren't letting age slow down their sex lives, a new study shows.

The first comprehensive national survey of the sexual attitudes, behaviors and problems of U.S. adults age 57 and older finds many are having sex often. In fact, the frequency of sexual activity dropped only slightly between the late 50s up to the early 70s.

And more than half of those in the oldest age group -- 75 to 85 -- who were sexually active reported having sex at least two to three times per month, and 23 percent reported having sex at least once a week.

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:ph34r: I prefer to be in the dark about studies like this.
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Time to get me some hot granny loving. :booyah:

I thought you had been getting hot Granny loving for years, and doesn't she have a glass eye she can pop out for you, should the need arise? :AH-HA_wink:

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More and more, I am beginning to realize that 65 is the new 50 and 50 is the new 40, and so on. We can all think back to our grandparents and how OLD they seemed, yet I know many people in their 60s who still ski, hike and keep active. So why not bump their rubber parts together, too?

Makes me want to find out where Viagra and Cialis are listed so I can add them to my stock portfolio.............

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More and more, I am beginning to realize that 65 is the new 50 and 50 is the new 40, and so on. We can all think back to our grandparents and how OLD they seemed, yet I know many people in their 60s who still ski, hike and keep active. So why not bump their rubber parts together, too?

Makes me want to find out where Viagra and Cialis are listed so I can add them to my stock portfolio.............

"Warning" Call your doctor promptly if you have a rigid stock quote that lasts more than 4 hours. ... :AH-HA_wink:

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More and more, I am beginning to realize that 65 is the new 50 and 50 is the new 40, and so on. We can all think back to our grandparents and how OLD they seemed, yet I know many people in their 60s who still ski, hike and keep active.

My grandfather just turned 78. He still walks 6km every day back and forth to the post office. He has a car, he doesn't have to.

He also bikes about 10 km each way to see his sister, again, because he wants to. I hope I'm in that good of shape at that age.

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I wonder what Stifler has to say about all this? :lol:

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