Every month in Sex at Our Age, award-winning senior sexpert Joan Price answers your questions about everything from loss of desire to solo sex and partner issues. If you’re over 60, submit your questions to this column by emailing Joan directly at [email protected] A couple of men were gentlemen, but we didn’t click. If we had a date and we clicked, my guess is that six or so dates later, sex would happen.
Can you imagine a man in his 70s telling a stranger that she was “good enough for five or six romps in the hay”? I never went on a single date in the month I used the site. Once on the phone, they did not want to talk about much except sex. Yes, I am interested in a sexual relationship eventually.
Today’s Christian purity talks don’t address the myriad and nuanced sexual struggles and brokenness we face.
(Read more about this here.) Nor do they give us direction for how to discuss past sexual struggles with a potential spouse — or how that potential spouse should receive the news.
I do not like men asking me sexual questions on a first phone call as if I am being interviewed for a role in a porn movie. I specified that I was looking for a relationship that would last several years, not casual sex. And yet almost every man who contacted me talked about sex!