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Once, when I was young, I was startled when a lover revealed tight blue briefs, but I chocked it up to the fact that he was European.
In the past two years, however, I've grown accustomed to lovers who sport designer skivvies -- and I find it to be an incredible turn-on. Earlier on Huff/Post50: Oysters have a well-established history as an aphrodisiac (just look at that suggestive shape!
Another thing that has surprised me about men is what they bring to an encounter: 3. I should clarify that I'm talking about straight men. But before my re-emergence into the dating scene at 50, I never met a man who showed up on a date with lube -- which many older women need due to vaginal dryness. Whenever I read articles complaining about sexually self-centered men who don't seem to notice if their partners are unsatisfied, I wonder: who are these men? I can think of only one all-about-him partner I've had since I've been divorced, whose only question begged an enthusiastic answer about the size of his manhood.
Part of this shift, I think, is that men collaborate more with the women they sleep with, instead of leaving a woman's needs and satisfaction totally up to her. The rest have been wonderful lovers, at least in terms of reciprocity. When I was younger, about the raciest thing I ever heard was "I love the way you taste." Now, everyone's a regular porn star, as far as dirty talk goes.
Has the easy access to porn normalized sex acts and altered expectations?
Has the virtual candy store of online dating enabled people who never would have met to sleep together, or just trade sexual proclivities by messaging back and forth?
The questions often start before the first date, and become more involved when the sexual relationship begins. Not only do guys talk dirty, but a lot of them also write dirty.
It's exhilarating to get an email from a man describing just how your next sexual encounter is going to go down. Spanking, hair-pulling, binding wrists, crops, and paddles -- I never encountered any of these in my younger days.
Again, I think the prevalence of porn and the sharing of information has made kink a part of the sexual conversation, a conversation that just didn't exist among the mainstream hetero population a few decades ago. Now, it's all low-rise microfiber briefs and trunks in primary colors.(Stay tuned: That’s about to change.) To begin, we’ve enlisted an expert to answer the big question: Why don’t Christian women talk about sex more often?– Kate, editor of Her.meneutics As a clinical psychologist who writes, speaks, and counsels on women’s sexuality, I’m not easily shocked or offended by sexual conversations.While the church has grown more comfortable with addressing sex in sermons, seminars, and marriage books, rarely do we hear a female perspective on teaching meant for the whole church.
Even conversations among women can shy away from taboo topics like sex in singlehood, masturbation, and sex after menopause. My friend (who was my age and in high school with me) worked at a ski resort near us. He's always been attracted to a person's personality. He actually thought I was older than I am, and both his wives were close to him in age.