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"I ask them how they'll feel telling every sexual partner for the rest of your life you have HIV.Normal aging brings physical changes in both men and women. The walls become thinner and also a little stiffer.We’ve both got partners but, even if I didn’t, I think it would be companionship I was after rather than sex...and definitely not hot sex.’The rise of silver surfing has seen more pensioners turn to online dating.
When dance instructor Joan Price of Sebastopol, Calif., met the love of her life in her line dancing class at the age of 57, she was already wise to the steps and spins of modern dating, especially when it came to sex.Last year a survey showed more than seven in ten single older people are looking for sex in a relationship.Twice-married Mrs Currie, who famously had an affair with fellow Tory John Major in the 1980s, said: ‘Baby boomers know how to enjoy themselves, both with our own families and a whole host of things that would seem embarrassing to a younger generation.‘We are the ones at weddings who get up and dance and have the best time.‘The younger ones haven’t a clue – they think they invented sex but we know that we did.’In the four-part series, which starts on June 13 and features a host of other celebrities including John Prescott, Eve Pollard and Dame Esther Rantzen, Mrs Currie dyes her hair pink as she hits the stage with punk band UK Subs, whose frontman Charlie Harper is 73."Society's view of aging women as sexless is wrong, wrong, wrong," Price writes. She urges these women to ask their partners to prove they've been tested for STIs."Many of them say, 'I can't ask that,'" Forsythe says.