Talking about sexuality is not easy even for young people.
But as we get older (and this "older" is fluent), many people assume that it's kind of normal to have little or no sex.
Some months ago, I even read a thread in the context of partnership and spiritual development, in which someone commented that after all, people over the age of 60 who still care about sex and lust and passion and worry about their intensity, have not matured properly ,
Wow! That's tough stuff!
Sexuality should have its place in every age. Living your own lust is not a privilege of youth.
Rather, people who have lived lust and love, but from an entire ocean of experiences and feelings draw.
Sexuality and lust make us tingle, vibrate, let us shine.
Take what you deserve dear women and men!
About Betty Dodson
Dodson is considered a pioneer of sexual liberation of women. Her first book Sex for One: The Joy of Self-Loving, which deals with masturbation, sold over a million copies.
Since the 1970s, she organizes body-sex workshops where women explore their body and masturbate together.
Dodson is one of the co-founders of sex-positive feminism after she saw traditional feminism as too banal and anti-sexual. In 2001, she criticized the vagina monologues of Eve Ensler as sexually restrictive and charged with prejudice against men.
In 1992, she completed her Ph. D. in Sexology at the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, but its degrees are not officially recognized.
She lives in New York City, where she runs a private practice. She calls herself bisexual.