In our 20s and 30s, there tends to be a strict standard of beauty that we hold ourselves to, but after giving birth or being with a partner for many years, it's easier to redefine individualistic beauty. But with sex, the only good thing about old people banging is visualizing the disturbing images to prevent yourself from blowing your load too early. Just ask my man Tiresias. I feel the same about my own body. Ageism can affect the attitudes and behaviours of health professionals and service providers too, which impacts the care and resources made available, while sexual health promotion campaigns focus predominantly on young people. Personally, I think it's a reaction etched in our psyches when we were children. They even tested how well seniors could see, taste, hear and smell — things that affect being able to have and enjoy sex. The survey had a remarkable 75 percent response rate. That is, if I make it to that age, because those distracting girls are the reason I almost get hit by at least two cars every day trying to cross the street. Additionally, some women link birth control to lower levels of desire and decreased libido. There are many reasons for this. When I asked if he had sought help from his GP he said no. Or, maybe I am just too damn tired. One older man had been told by his GP that he had to want to have sex for his erection to work. And then of course there is Hollywood which has cultivated a visual image of sex that involves flat stomachs, perky breasts, and penises that don't fail in critical moments. The idea of two bodies with less than firm parts going at it between the sheets elicits an "ewwww.