Perspective on life: 25% of 50 singles say they have a much better outlook on life now compared to when they were in their 20s. Forget regrets: One in four people 50 say they have no dating regrets (25%) and 44% of people 50 don't have any sexual regrets.For more detailed study findings on single Americans over 50 and their dating behavior, needs and trends, and dating site and app usage, visit the Our Time Blog and follow the social conversation on Facebook and Twitter./PRNewswire/ -- Our Time, the largest dating community for singles aged 50 and over, today released findings from its new survey, It's Still On: Dating After 50, which explores how this diverse, rapidly-growing singles group views love, dating and sex in today's modern dating landscape.The survey reveals their sexual appetites and level of satisfaction, dating habits and preferences, common misconceptions about 50 singles, and their current outlook on life compared to when they were younger and single.“We’re thrilled to be able to continue that conversation from the underrepresented point of view of women in their 50s and answer the question with, ‘Yes! In case you need a reminder that every person and body is wildly different, enjoy the below story, originally published in June 2018, wherein 47 women over the age of 47 weigh in on the state of their sex lives.Deadline first reported that the series' original author, Candace Bushnell, will develop her upcoming novel "Is There Still Sex in the City?
Fans of the iconic HBO series "Sex and the City" are getting some good news today.Dating dilemmas: 50 singles agree that the top 3 most difficult aspects of dating after 50 are finding someone to date (61%), asking someone out on a date (38%), and getting to know someone before asking them out on a date (33%).More than ⅓ (38%) are nervous about a first kiss or sign of affection during the date.Advice not welcome: 81% of 50 singles DON'T seek dating advice from others.Have it all together: Nearly ⅓ of 50 singles say their finances (34%) and career (27%) are all much better now compared to when they were in their 20s.I do not want to give up on the effort it takes, because I know many friends have.If this is as good as it gets here on out, I’LL TAKE IT.”“With menopause, sex happens less often (somehow you forget about it), but I feel more confident than when I was younger. I think it’s important to keep in shape and remain active.Methodology Our Time and Research Now conducted an online survey of 2,000 singles not currently in a relationship in .There were 1,000 21 to 49 year old respondents and 1,000 over 50 single respondents.A quarter of singles (25%) feel that they aren't dating because they don't believe anyone is out there for them and 22% just don't know where to begin.Wedding bells: Nearly 40% of 50 singles agree that they still want to get married!