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Blogs for Women Over 50: Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

You're not gonna want to miss these 5 sites.

Sex after 50. It exists (oh, yes it does!), but nobody seems to be talking about it—or so we thought. We went on a search to find blogs for women over 50 and discovered a bevy of pages that are filled to the brim with relatable chatter about getting down at midlife.

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Sex Blogs to Follow

For a nice, bracing jolt of honest info and writing about matters of sex and love after a certain age, check out these five sites:

  1. Head-Heart Health With the tagline “Celebrating (mid)life’s big juicy moments,” this site doesn’t pull any punches. Try this line on for size: “It wasn’t a lack of sexual desire, it was a lack of desire for my husband.“ It’s typical of the writing you’ll find here about sexuality, love, romance and dating. Good and addictive.
  2. MelaniRobinson.com Single after divorce, then widowhood, Robinson is a funny and engaging writer who tackles such topics as, “Brazilian Wax: Am I Too Old to Go Bare Down There,” to “What I Learned from a Year of Online Dating.” Her site also links to podcasts. We’re fans!
  3. Sexual Health & Menopause Online Forgive the pun, but this is a dry approach to a dry topic. Sex after menopause is not always a comfortable thing, and this site, co-edited by M.D.s, will give you the straight scoop on what’s going on with your body and what helps, from at-home to Rx solutions.
  4. WalkerThornton.com Sex educator and author of the book “Inviting Desire,” Thornton shares thoughts on sex, libido and communication with your partner. There’s also a guide to livening things up behind closed doors, including the article “Buying Your First Sex Toy.”
  5. Better After 50 This site has loads of great content in its Relationships and Body sections. From taking a sex-every-night challenge to bringing a bartender home one night, the topics are frank and personal and the writing lively and entertaining.

What sex blogs are you reading nowadays? Let us know below!

A version of this article was originally published in February 2018.

By Janet Siroto


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