When it comes to views about sex, a 2015 study published in the journal provides an interesting perspective.
Data were analyzed from nearly 6,000 people who used the online dating site e-Harmony to determine the amount of importance users placed on sexual attraction.
For others sex in their new relationships was satisfying, but was not as important to them as it was when they were younger.
As one study participant who had remarried expressed it, sex was “the icing on the cake. ” It’s also a misconception to assume that women 50 and up who are widows, divorcees, or are otherwise single have their sights set on remarrying, forming a long-term relationship, or even just dating again.
But the key word here is “” Emerging research is providing some surprising insights about how women in those age groups feel about sex, dating, and long-term relationships.