At the same time, it also provides peace of mind to the living person.He or she knows that his family or dependents won’t have to bear any hardships even if he dies.It has felt a bit strange, then, that the article which inspired Stitch doesn’t appear on the Stitch blog.We thought it was high time we republished it here, updated to reflect what we’ve learned from the thousands of people who have registered for Stitch so far and told us their stories. We are all living decades longer than we once did, and are staying fitter, healthier (and in some cases, friskier) further into our wisdom years than ever before.
Free of those stereotypes, seniors were able to swap tips about the best time to have sex, educate themselves about the still-real risks of sexually transmitted infections, and share the sort of stories that would make a college dorm blush.
And though there were certainly those who objected to the very idea of talking about sex publicly, the conservations that occurred in these threads were usually equal parts enlightening and hilarious.
"Despite (or maybe because of) the debate regarding the legitimacy of the online sex-related discussions, one of their main characteristics was frequent commenting about the discussions’ role as a sphere for consultation and intellectual dialogue," the authors wrote.
Since we live in a society, the first thought that comes to our mind is how to protect those who are dependent on us.
Life insurance is about providing protection to the dependents.
Noting that there’s been embarrassingly little research into the sex lives of older adults, the researchers decided to explore just how these seniors are talking about sex.