If you enjoyed an active sex life when you were younger, there’s no reason to slow down with age, unless you want to.
On the other hand, if you are not especially turned on by sex but want to feel close to your partner, communicate your desires and find activities that please both of you.
Experiment with positions that you both find comfortable and pleasurable.
Make your senior years a time of sexual generosity and sharing. Holding each other, gentle touching, kissing, and sensual massage are all ways to share passionate feelings.
At this point I’m okay with petting, but I don’t feel comfortable getting naked and doing more. First, I am very scared of having sex with someone who might have a sexually transmitted disease. So I would need to be sure the man was disease free before I would exchange any fluids, either through intercourse or fellatio.
Also, he mentioned early on that he doesn’t always have an erection. I don’t want him to ask me to spend ages masturbating him or giving him oral sex to get him aroused. Tell him that you enjoy the sensuality of what you’ve been doing, but you’re not ready to take it further and can’t predict when or if you will be. Meanwhile, a few things to think about: It sounds like he has hinted at his sexual needs but you haven’t ask him to clarify them.
Share romantic or erotic literature and poetry, hold hands, touch often, and don’t be shy about saying what you love about each other.
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You might experiment with oral sex and masturbation as ways to please each other in bed.
Check with your healthcare provider to design a workout plan for yourself, and stick to it.
Encourage your partner to communicate fully with you, too.
Improving your communication will help both of you feel closer, and can make senior sex more pleasurable.