Is Wrong When You Get Older To Still Want To Have Sex Often With Your Spouce?
My theory is if it still works than use it, of course that goes for both people. There is no reason to stop having sex until the day that you can't have it any more. Sex is part of a marriage and it brings a couple closer together.
My husband and I have been married 22 years and are still very active-it is absolutely not wrong to want to show your spouse how much you love them.
the key to lasting relationship is intimacy. it fuels the fire inside to keep love burning. its not in an obligation but a part of a married life. as long as it makes you feel loved and you show how much you love your partner, its never wrong.
Not wrong at all. In fact, a lot of times in "mature life" a womans sex drive will be stronger than a mans because she has gone through menapause and doesn't fear getting pregnant any longer and that makes some ladies feel freer and want sex more. Hvae friends in their mid-60's who love to have sex in the forest and they were never that "adventerous" when they were young and it was the wifes suggestion the first time they did it there.
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I have to say for me, yes and no! It depends on the week and how I feel? Don't get me wrong I would for it to be everyday but I guess that can't happen!
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