Joyfully erotic, sexuality as the years pass

BaileyJDickens
3 min readAug 29, 2023
Photo by Ava Sol on Unsplash

“Sex is overrated anyway.” These depressing words were recently uttered by my oldest friend. Worse still were the words proclaimed two days later by another long-time friend. She said over lunch that she was “done with that (sexual) part of my life – and good riddance!”

My closest friends have known for many years that I write erotica. It’s not something that we talk about all the time, but when the conversation turns of sex, they freely chatter away. I get the feeling they don’t speak as candidly about their own sexuality with their daughters, sisters, partners, or others friends. Humbled by this realization, I feel it is essential to listen attentively and guide them to a more enlightened viewpoint.

Within a week, A third friend complained that her husband, “always wants pornographic sex. He wants to have sex everywhere in the house and even insisting we try it in the garage last week!” This acquaintance has never read my writing, making it almost impossible to keep a straight face.

I have heard these same opinions, complaints, and observations expressed by scores of friends and colleagues over the last few years. These sexual complaints, from such diverse friends and colleagues illustrate a common thread. It shows how prevalence of what I call — primary sexual disconnect — permeates our relationships and lives mature.

Whether partnered or solo, a common theme I have observed is that many of us are were out of touch with our own sense of sexual awareness, limits, and satisfaction.

What can be done?

Join me by reading this for part series as I address each of these challenges to sexual satisfaction. By taking an honest look, I’ll be peeling back the layers of why these challenges become more prevalent as we get older. Finally, I’ll offer fresh perspectives on how these sexual challenges can be turned into sexual charms. Practical solutions that offer ways we can address what actions we can take no matter what the condition of your present sexual state.

As the years pass, sex need never become, just sex, nor do we need to just be done with it. Disconnect between two lovers deserves an honest, candid, assessment of each lovers needs, desires, and limits.
Joyfully erotic, sexuality is a gift to be treasured as the years pass – depend on it.

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