By Andy Merrett
Jun 3, 2005
Baby Boomers haven’t lost that lovin’ feeling
Sex is still a big deal for the “free love” generation, judging from a new report by AARP. The organization’s latest survey, “Sexuality at Midlife and Beyond,” confirms that relationships and sexuality remain at least as important — if not more so — than six years ago, when the previous study was released.
The 2004 research focuses on almost 1,700 adults ages 45 and older, measuring attitudes and other factors affecting their health, sexuality and quality of life.
It offers frank viewpoints and revelations of women and men ages 45-59 (representative of three-quarters of the 78 million Baby Boomers), as well as individuals in their 60′s, 70′s and older.
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