Sex Is Better At Older Age?

Let’s leave the clichés about interest in sex “drying up” as one grows older. Sexual satisfaction doesn’t carry an manufacturing or expiration date. Sexual pleasure still an important part of life for older adults; even though body strength and stamina already goes down, and some may even loss their partner.

Many studies have shown and proven what your parents already know, that sex gets better with age.


Here are five cogent science-backed facts to prove it:

  1. Women Have A Better Chance Of Climaxing

Taking reference from people who are going through it now, we infer that as our ages increase,  so does the satisfaction you derive from sex. In fact, a survey found that 54 percent of women felt that sex gets better with age and that they enjoy sex at their current ages ( 40-48) than when they newly started  (20-26).

  1. Women Become More Confident

Experts believe sex gets better as we grow older because we tend to be more confident in ourselves. I think everyone can attest to the fact that sex in your 20s is about trial and error. It’s about trying new things and exploring your likes and your dislikes. But as you age, you’ve been there, done this and that. You know what you like and what you don’t like. You also become more comfortable with who you are and your preference in sex.

  1. With Confidence Comes A Sense Of Adventure Thus, Wilder Sex.

A recent study conducted by Health Plus magazine of people 45-plus found that older women were more adventurous and wild. In fact, 89 percent of women admitted that they are interested to try different positions and locations. Of course, those women also confessed that sex was better in their 40s than it had been in their 20s. It’s like you go home with the same road everyday, and suddenly one day you decided to try a road that you never use before. The scenario and experience may give you some surprise.

  1. Genital Primes Are Much Different Than Sexual Primes.

The different between ones’ genital prime and ones’ sexual prime. According to therapist, David Schnarch, men reach their genital prime in their late teens or early 20s. They become aroused more quickly and can have sex much more frequently because they’re in their physical prime. Guys in their 20s are inexperienced and too impulsive that they don’t truly reach their sexual primes until they’re middle aged. We can simply describe this with car race, a new car performance maybe better than old car, but it doesn’t guarantee a win. A performance car needs a good driver to bring out the best of it as well.

  1. Married Sex = Better Sex

A survey conducted by women’s magazine, Your Life, interviewed professional British women 35 and over on their attitudes toward sex. While 75 percent of women explained they were happy with their sex lives, that number increased to 82 percent for women who were currently in relationships, and married women seemed to be the happiest overall.

People may have a misconception that sex is what we do when we are young, but studies tells otherwise. We can still enjoy sex after 50s just the frequency of sexual reduces as we grow older, it remains an important part of our lives. It doesn’t stop or go away, it just changes.” these were the words of David lee, a UK research fellow.

Sure, you may be having a lot of sex in your 20s, but nay, you’re not necessarily having the best sex of your life. But don’t worry about that, wine becomes better over time.

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