by Ian Baker
Lifts the lid on the secret world of grey love and covers various aspects of senior congress - from geriatric anatomy and attraction, through to mating rituals, sex positions, post-sex heart condition medication and proper service and care of pace makers.
What is the Kama Sutra ? Is it a spiritual text written by a visionary man of wisdom in India almost two millennia ago? Or is it the world's first mucky book? Well, it's the former - it's a spiritual text written by a visionary man of wisdom in India almost two millennia ago. Though shocking for its time, the Kama Sutra has gone on to become the world's most respected guide book on all matters sexual, and is now on top of the wardrobes or under the beds of over sixty per cent of the world's teenage boys. It is a common and misconceived belief among the younger generations that sex is something not only void in the minds of our senior citizens, but is most likely physically impossible for those who are at or beyond retirement age. The glorious truth may come as a bit of a shock to the youth of today - it may even conjure up images in their minds best left 'till after lunch! The world's oldies are sexually active. New and exciting research has uncovered startling new evidence that oldies are still 'at it', and still 'do it' whenever they don't have a bad back. Can it be true? Are our most senior citizens getting their wrinkly legs over? If you are an older person, take heart - there's a lot of dusty action out there. Sex in the twilight years, though similar in mechanics to the couplings of youth, is in fact vastly different.
Publication date: 22/09/2011
Publisher: Constable an imprint of Constable and Robinson
|Publication date:||22nd September 2011|
|Publisher:||Constable an imprint of Constable and Robinson|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, The Real World,|
|Categories:||Sex & sexuality, sex manuals, Humour,|
Ian Baker has been a professional cartoonist and comedy writer for over twenty years. His cartoons have appeared in Private Eye, The Times, Sun, Reader’s Digest, The Oldie and many more.More About Ian Baker