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Sex drive and aging
An_243270 posted:
During our first year of marriage I remember my wife asking me if I could make love as often as I wanted to, how often would that be? I told her daily, which surprised her.

I am in my mid-60s now and my sex drive has not diminished at all, and that means that I have frequently had to take things into my own hands.

What about you men? Has your sex drive diminished, or is that just a myth about men as they age?
hairyd responded:
Health Body, Healthy Penis, Healthy Mind, Healthy Sex Drive equals a Healthy Happy MAN. I am Hot and Ready.I Ts a myth or the couplehas lost their Love for each other feelings.
Stay HEALTH, you are the the fastest Sperm from your Father.
minertom responded:
Actually I now seem to be in a second teen era of sex drive. Maybe due to the fact that I lost a lot of weight. Maybe the male hormones are more predominant because there are more female homrmones in the fat cells and I have a lot less of them now. Just stomehing to talk about.
dick912 responded:
Being in my mid-60's, I am finding that I am becoming more visual. My wife is 62 but has a body of a 42 year old. I love to look at her whenever she is undressed. She has 34DDDs that don't sag anyore than they did when she was 42. She has shown them off in the past but think that she needs to act her age. (whatever that means).

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