Jul 26, 2022 • 31M

Episode 6: Why men should pay for sex

The second part of our interview with Cathy considers how men and women relate over 50

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Suzanne Noble
Peter Marriott
Everything you need to know to have a thriving, nourishing sex life as you age—whatever that means for you. Suzanne Noble and sexologist Zoe Kors are sixty, sexy, and honest. They discuss their own experiences and—as women in their sixties—bring years of sex and intimacy to reflect on in a witty, open and enthusiastic way. The series is dedicated to helping older people find their way to a healthy and enjoyable sex life. Whether you are just starting out with a new partner or continuing with an old one, there's sure to be something new here for you.
Episode details

Episode six is the second part of our interview with Cathy. Although it follows very much from the first part in discussing the socio-economic dimensions of relationships, it brings in lots of new ways of thinking about exactly what is happening between men and women over 50.

What happens to relationships when the imbalance between the man and the woman in terms of their earning power has been enmeshed into the non-economic and emotional level.

Is it possible to simultaneously retain some authenticity within the relationship as leading what might be considered and in authentic life are tied up in the production and consumption of goods and services? The discussion turns to questions of how it becomes very difficult to disentangle oneself from broader social questions.

The question is whether that is why different ways of living together or separately are now considered. Young people seem to be much more open to less rigidly defined sexual relationships, and the question is, therefore, whether those of us in the older age bracket who have gone along with the prevailing orthodoxy are also able to break free.

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