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18 Sexy Movies for Grown Women

18 Sexy Movies for Grown Women

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Published by Jed Diamond
Sex can be wonderful, but it isn’t always easy. When we’re young, we get turned on easily. We don’t need any external support. We just think about our partner or a sexy image and we’re hot and bothered. But that feeling doesn’t last. As we age we need additional stimulation. But how do we find erotica that we can share? Here’s what Dr. Barb DePree founder of MiddleSexMD has to say.
Sex can be wonderful, but it isn’t always easy. When we’re young, we get turned on easily. We don’t need any external support. We just think about our partner or a sexy image and we’re hot and bothered. But that feeling doesn’t last. As we age we need additional stimulation. But how do we find erotica that we can share? Here’s what Dr. Barb DePree founder of MiddleSexMD has to say.

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Daniel Craig promoting "Enduring Love" during the Toronto Film Festival. September 11, 2004.© Armando Gallo / Retna Ltd CreativeCommons
 
18 Sexy Movies for Grown Women
Jed Diamond, Ph.D. has been a health-care professional for the last 45 years.He is the author of 9 books, including
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places,Male Menopause,The Irritable Male Syndrome,
. He offers counseling to men,women, and couples in his office in California or by phone with people throughoutthe U.S. and around the world. To receive a Free E-book on Men’s Health and afree subscription to Jed’s e-newsletter go towww.MenAlive.com. If you enjoy myarticles, please subscribe. I write to everyone who joins my Scribd team.Sex can be wonderful, but it isn’t always easy. When we’re young, we get turnedon easily. We don’t need any external support. We just think about our partner or a sexy image and we’re hot and bothered. But that feeling doesn’t last. As weage we need additional stimulation. But how do we find erotica that we canshare? Here’s what Dr. Barb DePree founder of MiddleSexMD has to say.As a general rule, women over 40 need more stimulation to become arousedenough for good sex. When we were young, just thinking about making love withour partners may have been enough to arouse us physically, but as we growolder, as sex hormones decrease and distractions build, it takes more. But nottoo much more. For some of us, reading a steamy novel will do it. For others,visual stimulation works better. A hot movie, for instance.Ever since I first conceived of MiddlesexMD, one of my goals has been to gather a tasteful collection of erotica, visual and verbal art that will stimulate arousal inolder women. All we had to do is find it, right? How hard could that be?None of us at MiddlesexMD had really explored the world of erotic art. So we setour product buyer to work, buying up a sampling of the “state of the art,”beginning with films. She studied and chose a good selection, from how-to filmsto soft-boiled, story-centered erotic movies. We chose films targeted at women.And films targeted at older women. As the DVDs piled up in our product room,we decided to take an analytical approach to our selection.Sort of analytical. We each invited a few girlfriends over for glass of wine, aviewing and a discussion.Our goal was to review these films to gather criteria and characteristics of filmsthat most appealed to our friends — some way to inform our buying choices for the store. Which would they use? Which would they recommend to their friendsor watch with their partners? How would they rate them? What, specifically, didthey like about each? We had our notepads and our pens poised. We hadpoured the wine, curled up in front of the TV… And then, showtime!
 
One film after another… fell flat on its face. We couldn’t watch more than aminute or two of any of them without reaching for the eject button. There was noanalysis, no rating, no pulling apart criteria. We all… hated everything about all of them.And we were disappointed. Really? Does it all really have to be so awful? Webegan again, discussing scenes in mainstream movies that we love, that work for us. We could easily name dozens of scenes that made us blush just recallingthem. Scenes fromThe English Patient,A Room With a View,Breathless,9 1/2 Weeks,Body Heat,The Piano,Atonement (Widescreen Edition),Shakespeare in Love,The Unbearable Lightness of Being,Looking for Mr. Goodbar ,The Godfather ,Sweet Land,The Graduate,Under the Tuscan Sun,Thief of Hearts, Vicky Cristina Barcelona,Moonstruck, anything withDaniel Craigin it. We exhausted ourselves thinking of the scenes.And what characteristics did these movies and scenes have that mattered to us?The story is important, the emotions feel real. There is a buildup of passion,tension, and release. The woman’s seduction receives detailed attention. Inshort, there is romance.What we didn’t like? Explicit sex. Mechanics. We really enjoy using our imaginations to fill in, and are perfectly happy with closeups of rapt faces.We learned a lot from each other that night. We learned, too, that among our friends, at least, we’d all rather read a good sex scene than watch one.How about you? Have you found tried-and-true erotica that works for you? Whatdo you like about it? Have you failed to find anything? What is it about the worksyou’ve tried that doesn’t work for you?
Barb DePree, M.D. bio
I've been a physician providing women's healthcare since 1989. I had atraditional obstretrics and gynecology practice for 17 years. Since 2006 mypractice has been devoted to midlife women, specifically providing gynecologiccare and helping women navigate the perimenopausal and menopausal years.(It's tricky for some women, in case you hadn't noticed.)One of the trickiest issues is women's sexual health. I realized that there aremultiple changes, common to many women at this stage of life, which result in(sometimes unpleasant) changes in sexual function. But there weren't greatresources for women to access to learn more about it, or purchase products thatmight help.In April 2010, I launched an on-line business,MiddlesexMD.comto help womenenjoy sexuality for life, offering clinically sound information, practical advice, and

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