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DALLAS , /PRNewswire/ — OurTime, the largest dating community for singles aged 50 and over, today released findings from its new survey, It’s Still On: Dating After 50, which explores how this diverse, rapidly-growing singles group views love, dating and sex in today’s modern dating landscape. The survey reveals their sexual appetites and level of satisfaction, dating habits and preferences, common misconceptions about 50+ singles, and their current outlook on life compared to when they were younger and single.
- Misconception: Half of singles over 50 agree that the biggest misconception about them is that they are NOT interested in sex (50%). Other misconceptions include that they are not open to new experiences (46%), their health is deteriorating (45%), they are lonely/less social (44%), and they have a negative outlook/not happy (38%).
- A kiss is just a kiss: 53% of singles over 50 feel it is appropriate to kiss someone after one date.
- Lucky 7: 51% of singles over 50 are NOT satisfied with their sex lives. In fact, 69% of singles would like to be going on 2-4 dates each month, and ideally 50+ singles would like to have sex 7 times a month.
- Keeping open minds: When it comes to dating and relationships, 45% of 50+ singles say they’re open to having a «friends with benefits» relationship, and 27% are open to having a one-night stand. They are also open to dating multiple people at a time (20%) and having threesomes (16%).
- Naughty by Nature: 21% of 50+ singles have gone to someone’s house to «watch a movie» and ended up having sex. Additionally, 23% of 50+ singles have cheated on someone, and 17% have ghosted others. Nearly one third (32%) of 50+ singles have dated multiple people at a time.
- Sext please: Nearly 20% of singles 50+ have taken a nude photo of themselves but even more surprising, 66% of those singles have shared the photos, with men doing so more than women (70% vs. 62%). Continuar leyendo «Contrary to popular belief, the survey finds that singles over 50 are very interested in being sexually active and social»