According to Dr. Theresa Crenshaw, a sexual-medicine specialist and author of The Alchemy of Love and Lust, "Knowledge is the best weapon."She
explains that sexual patterns change often throughout our lives but with knowledge, you can rewrite the script and create a more realistic, exciting relationship.She
added that lovemaking in your sixties can be sexier that at any other time of life.
believes that this phase is either the worst or best times for couples because women manifest their new passion in one or two ways: angrily or lustily.Some women who feel they have been deprived go into attack mode (angry), which can make for chaos in the bedroom.Men may find such a reversal from the compliant twenties downright frightening, but they are going through changes of their own that can enhance compatibility.According to Crenshaw
, men in their thirties often respond positively to a woman's sexual initiative, since now they are less orgasm-driven and more concerned about satisfying their partners."They enjoy the journey much more and are interested in participating in more than just raw, animal sex," she
"Men and women in their forties have achieved a certain measure of sexual security and emotional maturity," says Crenshaw
"A common history, a mature eroticism, depth- all of these combine to make 50-something lovers more romantic, sexier lovers," Crenshaw
says."They are finally sharing the driving, in every respect."
"There's less urge to ejaculate," says Crenshaw
"By this time most women are having frequent orgasms, and men have learnt that age, in the absence of disease, does not equal impotence," says Crenshaw