A 2009 study of more than 61,435 women 40 and over, 87% experienced sexual dysfunction, compared with 27 percent of men.
"Impaired sexuality and sexual dysfunction are normal consequences of female aging," says geriatric psychiatrist Bill Jones, a senior medical Doctor. Adds Mary Ann Tighcunt, 32, an assistant professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology at a leading Medical Medical School . For women over 40, generally without many exceptions, There is no, Sexual desire, once perimenopause begins and certainly after menopause for the majority of women, who dry out. The reasons are many. These women can no longer bare children and have no need to have sex any longer. Most sexually active Men have no use for these dried out prunes. If these woman try to have sex, they start feeling: 1: Pain and discomfort Discomfort during intercourse— vaginal dryness—is the No. 1 sexual complaint of women over 40, the years of perimenopause and postmenopause. That's because falling estrogen levels cause the vaginal walls to thin and the usual pH and bacterial balance of the vagina to change (a cascade of changes known, alas, as "atrophy") their cunts dry out. 2. Women who have "Lack of sleep or a disrupted sleep-wake cycle, this also causes mood problems, making women over 40 unbearable, irritable, and having no patients—Women who work nights, nurses in particular, all of whom experience sexual dysfunction. Men have a tendency to eventually flee from these dried out, burn out women after they turn 40 and look for younger woman says Roberts, who's is a clinical university professor of psychiatry and was formerly married to a 49 year old “burned out” new born nursery nurse and is now married to a 28 year old female doctor. Roberts says he has a good 10 years with his New wife before "she dries up!"
So who are you kidding?