Dating and mating for the woman over 50
Maybe you have been without someone special in your life for a while.Whatever your life story is, let us assist you in finding that special someone, from casual daters to serious singles.At least 29 percent of women said "making friends" was their goal when logging on and 20 percent succeeded in making new cyberpals.
In addition, 17 percent of women and 7 percent of men say looking at adult sites makes them feel worse about their body. Only 2 percent of women say they are more critical of their partner's physique.Pushing the boundaries Of the 53 percent of women who have viewed online adult content, 35 percent say they've found "more ways to look or act sexy." At least 28 percent say it "pushed the boundaries of what I find erotic." Just tell me The Internet may also be helping to improve interpersonal communication -- 26 percent of women and almost 23 percent of men who have viewed adult material say it helped them to feel more confident talking with their partners about what they want sexually.Virtual Viagra Among the respondents, 17 percent of men and women say looking at erotic material online with their partner has a "Viagra effect," that is, it enhances sexual arousal.In February, we asked you to share your online sex and dating habits and over 15,000 of you responded.Your answers suggest that our society is in the midst of a new stage of the sexual revolution, one in which the rules of flirting, intimacy and commitment are being challenged -- and women are freer to control and explore their own sexuality more than ever before.
Meanwhile, 10 percent of women and 19 percent of men say they are single or available when they aren't. While some say the Internet has spiced up their sex lives, for others it's had a dampening effect -- 17 percent of men who are into computer sex say they are now less aroused by real-life sex, while 21 percent of women whose partners use sex sites say they feel they have to do more to keep them sexually interested.