There are two kinds of people in the world - Those who think sex is important... and everyone else.
Whether you're married, single, or somewhere on the journey to changing either of these states, this book will help you rethink and refresh your sexuality in your middle and We turn fifty and what happens? The jokes start, about what doesn't happen anymore. Sex and dating is hard enough at any age without the added assumptions that we're all too old for it. Especially because as it turns out, we're far from too old... in fact many of us are enjoying the best sex and the most fun in our relationships than ever.
50 is the new 30 it seems, and Dixie Carlton has set out to explore exactly what that means, vertically and horizontally. From endless conversations, with all kinds of people aged 50 and over, she has determined who is doing what, what the 'new normal' might be for many of us and delivers it in a chatty refreshing way.
She's not a former sex worker, or a trained sex therapist, just your everyday 'girl next door' - although sporting a few extra wrinkles now - and a passion for starting conversations about all the fun we're having in our mid and later years.
- Spontaneity tips and dating tricks,
- Seduction ideas to enhance any meal,
- A basic road map to finding hidden sensual pleasures, including elusive pleasure points,
- How hairdressers can identify who's getting it and who's probably not,
- Exactly why some of us are walking around with extra satisfied smiles
AND... How to start having those tough conversations about what you want, and don't want from your partner.
Whether you're married, single, or somewhere on the journey to changing either of these states, this book will help you rethink and refresh your sexuality in your middle and later years.
At the very least - this book challenges the way we talk about sex, with each other, our friends, our kids, our parents, and with ourselves.
(Please note - the contents of this book are the same as for 'That Sex Book' but with an alternative cover and title - for anyone worried about their kids or friends finding books about sex in their library.)