“There does need to be perhaps a focus on trying to make services more older people friendly.” In many ways it is no surprise that older people are taking risks.
Many of our respondents told us that their first marriages in the 1950s and 60s had been repressed, and if they are dating again today that they are keen to experiment and enjoy a much more empowered, adventurous relationship.
The text chat room is now open to the public, and free.
You can invite your friends and lovers to the open chat room and they won’t need to be registered first in order to enjoy it.
Most of the mobile viewing options are still in beta testing – so there is no guarantee that it is all going to work, now, or in the future – but fingers are crossed, and we are working on it!
We are back online, with a new design, and new features.
The no registration sex chat space is an experiment that we hope will give new people a chance to test the waters before they go through the process to become a registered member.
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Margaret, 67 from Oxfordshire told us: “We still feel as though we have a right to be a sexual being as well as everything else. ” “Younger people nowadays must think: ‘Oh God, that’s gross, you know, granny’s at it,'” Myra, 67, in Essex, told us.
But at it they are, and a third of those who are single told us they too would like to meet someone new.
And just like younger people, most are turning to the internet to do so.
Joey is like almost half of all our respondents (46 per cent) who told us that sex is important to their lives.
Despite many feeling liberated in themselves, many told us they didn’t feel like society was very approving of OAP sex.