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I can't imagine why anyone would want to be celibate, even when ED is a factor. Sex isn't only the organs, it's the caressing, kissing, and exploring different techniques, that some will fail, some succeed. Sex is an important integral part of life, in the younger years for procreation, and in later years a time to express heart felt intimacy. Sex's sought after result is the smile, the closeness working as a team.
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All about keeping things interesting..56 yrs old and My wife and I still enjoy our Intimacy moments..As far as being Happy as a child without it....The old expression Ignorance is bliss applies..Do the best you can to keep yourself attractive. Just remember how hard it was to get with the opposite sex when you were young and the amount of effort you put forth to reach that level if you put forth at least half that amount of determination.. it can almost be guaranteed that your results will be wonderful...
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Perhaps "many" people are happy living without sex, but MOST are not.  That's why the words "sadly" and "astonishing" were used.  
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In response to your survey on sex at 50+ one really wonders why you use the words sadly and astonishing in the sentence about 33% or respondents said they rarely or never have sex and that one-forth of those are extremely happy. Many people like to lead a celibate life and yes we are extremely happy. If you will just remember you did not engage in sex as a child and were perfectly happy then and you can be that way again.

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In response to your survey on sex at 50+ one really wonders why you use the words sadly and astonishing in the sentence about 33% or respondents said they rarely or never have sex and that one-forth of those are extremely happy. Many people like to lead a celibate life and yes we are extremely happy. If you will just remember you did not engage in sex as a child and were perfectly happy then and you can be that way again.

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