Still Doing It: The Intimate Lives of Women Over 65 is a candid and refreshingly complex video that embeds the sexuality and sexual expression of older women within the larger issues related to stereotypes about older women, aging women's body images, and ageism at the intersection of age and gender. These issues are illustrated through remarks from a cultural historian, quotes from recognized gerontology and sexuality professionals e. Ruth Westheimer, and the sex research team of Starr and Weiner , statistics from governmental agencies, archival black and white photographs of older women, archival film of runway fashion models, color photos of magazine covers and ads from fashion and women's magazines, and ageist greeting cards.
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The influences of these factors undoubtedly change as women age. This study aimed to examine potential differences in sexual motivation between three distinct age groups of premenopausal women. The YSEX? Questionnaire by Meston and Buss [ 1 ] was used to measure sexual motivation. The items of this questionnaire were composed of four primary sexual motivation factors physical, goal attainment, emotional, insecurity , and 13 subfactors. Women aged 31—45 years reported a higher proportion of engaging in sex compared with one or both of the younger age groups of women for nine of the 13 YSEX? At an item level, the top 25 reasons for having sex were virtually identical across age groups.
Sexual debut before age 15 years has been associated with increased sexual risk behaviors among teens, but little is known about its effects beyond adolescence. This study examines the relationship between the age at first intercourse and subsequent contraceptive gaps. We identified sexually active, fertile women participants from the — National Survey of Family Growth. Twenty-three percent reported gaps in contraceptive use in the year prior to interview. Age at first intercourse is associated with inconsistent or nonuse of contraceptives in later life. Primary prevention efforts should be established to empower girls to make informed and autonomous decisions about sexual debut. Personalized contraceptive counseling has been demonstrated as being effective in increasing contraceptive use and compliance and should be offered to all women, with particular focus on women who report an early age at first intercourse or other factors associated with inconsistent contraceptive use. T he average age of sexual debut for girls in the United States is 17 years of age. Although recent research has begun to examine the importance of the timing of sexual debut on physical, mental, 8 and reproductive outcomes throughout life, 9 little is known about the effect of sexual debut before age 15 years beyond adolescence.
A new study of sexually active older women has found that sexual satisfaction in women increases with age and those not engaging in sex are satisfied with their sex lives. A majority of study participants report frequent arousal and orgasm that continue into old age, despite low sexual desire. Researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System evaluated sexual activity and satisfaction as reported by older women who are part of the Rancho Bernardo Study RBS cohort, a group of women who live in a planned community near San Diego and whose health has been tracked for medical research for 40 years. The study measured the prevalence of current sexual activity; the characteristics associated with sexual activity including demographics, health, and hormone use; frequency of arousal, lubrication, orgasm, and pain during sexual intercourse; and sexual desire and satisfaction in older women. Half the respondents who reported having a partner had been sexually active in the last 4 weeks. The likelihood of sexual activity declined with increasing age. The majority of the sexually active women, The youngest and oldest women in the study reported the highest frequency of orgasm satisfaction. Approximately half of the women aged 80 years or more reported arousal, lubrication, and orgasm most of the time, but rarely reported sexual desire. In contrast with traditional linear model in which desire precedes sex, these results suggest that women engage in sexual activity for multiple reasons, which may include affirmation or sustenance of a relationship.