Sexual Bereavement

I’ve loved and been loved and I’ve also been married (not necessarily all at once). Despite the destructive path of my relationship with Ric, I consider myself fortunate to have experienced, for some time at least, a sense of long-term sexual intimacy, characterised by shared humour, body acceptance, built up knowledge of each others triggers and a liberating lack of self-consciousness. Therefore an article by Dr Alice Radosh on the Modern Loss website resonated with my own experiences. Entitled “What is Sexual Bereavement?’

Indie’s Journey 2017 Live Index 1

As a result of that post several people commented on the value of getting to know me a bit better. This surprised me, as I thought I’d been doing just that all along. So here is The Journey so far live links with a hint of the content in brackets, favorites in pink. A separate list of #SoSS posts under Politics, Protests and Reposts list below.
F(r)iction posts coming soon in p. 2…

Advanced Care Planning – Sex

if conditions in the aged care sector are still not optimal for mainstream seniors who want and need to maintain some form of ongoing sex life and if the needs and rights of same sex couples are only just being considered, where does this leave the members of the diverse Kink community? Are we all aiming to “grow old disgracefully”, or is there a plan B?