Have You Ever Considered Outercourse?
The key to living a happy and healthy second fifty is flexibility. What once worked might not be as immediate as it was in the past – NO PROBLEM – switch things up!
In years past we were always in a hurry to get the next thing out of the way – well now we can slow down and smell the roses and along with those roses comes at great opportunity to reconnect with our partner.
In most cases the grass isn’t greener on the other side of the fence – it’s all good at home if you are willing to take the initiative to make things happen! And in the article that follows many of those interesting opportunities are spelt out for you!
Think Outside The Box: The Beginner’s Guide To Enjoying Outercourse
There’s a common misconception in our culture that sexuality and sexual activity go by the wayside as we age. It may be true that some kinds of sexual activity, such as penetrative intercourse, are more challenging as our bodies change. But that doesn’t mean anyone’s sex life should end after age 50.
In fact, opportunities to enjoy sex abound thanks to outercourse, or non-penetrative sexual activity. Shifting the focus to outercourse can open up a whole new world of sexual experimentation, excitement, intensity, and pleasure. Read on to learn how sexuality is affected as our bodies age and how to keep things spicy in the bedroom—no matter what—by exploring the joys of outercourse…
As people grow older, sexual relationships and abilities naturally undergo a variety of shifts. Not surprisingly, these changes manifest differently in men and women.
For women, changes in sexual appetites and abilities are often linked to the natural drop in estrogen levels typically experienced around the age of 50. Because estrogen is responsible for keeping the vaginal area moist and elastic, a decrease in estrogen contributes to a drying, tightening, and thinning effect—all of which changes the sensitivity of the vulva, vagina, and clitoris. Older women may also discover it takes longer to feel aroused and reach orgasm, or that vaginal thinning and dryness make penetrative activities too painful. Both women and men may also struggle with positive body image as they age.
For men, sexual changes may result in the form of less firm and less frequent erections, premature ejaculation, a slower buildup to being turned on, and the need for manual stimulation over fantasies in order to get aroused. Erectile dysfunction (ED)—or the inability to develop or maintain an erection during sex—is also a common complaint. In fact, approximately 40 percent of 40-year-old men and nearly 70 percent of 70-year-old men report experiencing ED.
If that all sounds discouraging, here’s the good news: Adults of any age are capable of enjoying erotic pleasure. Man or woman, gay, straight, or anything in between: The important thing is to focus on all the ways you can enjoy sexual intimacy instead of fixating on the ways you can’t. That’s where outercourse comes in…
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