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Hide Ya Kids, Hide Ya Wife, and Let’s Talk about Senior Sex

Updated: Aug 17, 2011 11:42
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Everyone else out of the room? It’s just you and me now, right? Okay, what I’m about to say might shock you, so sit down. Here it comes: Old people have sex. Did you just go vomit? Now that you’re back, I would like to tell you that senior sex is so not gross, not at all, and Joan Price can prove it to you tonight at the Center for Sex & Culture.

Price has authored two books on the subject of the elderly gettin’ busy, Better Than I Ever Expected and Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud About Senior Sex, after meeting the 64-year-old love of her life at age 57. These books (and her blog) cover her story, society’s misconceptions, and sexual challenges for older people that doctors rarely know how to address. And that’s the kind of stuff we can expect to learn during tonight’s talk, which will be followed by a singles’ discussion focused on dating during those golden years. Go if you’re young, go if you’re old, go if you’re in between. You’ve much to learn, copulating grasshopper.

Joan Price at the Center for Sex & Culture
1349 Mission St. at 10th [SOMA]
Tuesday, August 16, at 7pm

Image courtesy of Joan Price

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