Get ready for the ride of your life!

Great sex really can start at 50
Ian Kerner
Still sexy after all these years… Tracey Cox has been delivering exceptional sex advice for twenty years running, and her latest book inspires women of all ages to never lower their sexpectations.
PhD, LMFT, sex therapist, and New York Times bestselling author of She Comes First
About the book

There’s no denying that something happens to us sexually at 50. From menopause to the mixed blessing of Viagra to other challenges that go beyond the physical: How do you ignite desire after decades with the same person?

Thankfully, information and enthusiasm can help you reclaim a robust sex life—and greater health, as a result. In this easy-to-follow guide, I use a blend of research, case studies, practical techniques, and personal anecdotes to show you how to arouse yourself and your partner, regain your passion, navigate relationship issues, and create the perfect conditions for sex. Great Sex Starts at 50 is reassuring, honest, funny and most of all useful. If you love sex or dread it, used to love it but have lost enthusiasm, or never got what all the fuss was about but would like to, this book is for you. Buy it wherever you get your books - hopefully your local, independent book store.

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Cox is fantastically unshockable. She has the practical unsqueamish air of a doctor without the white coat.


Great Sex Starts at 50 is perhaps Tracey Cox’s most intimate book to date. After 20 years answering sex questions from people all over the world, she knows the questions everyone is wondering about (“Is something wrong with my libido, or am I just bored?”) and answers them all with her trademark sanity and compassion. Hoping to keep having great sex for the rest of your life? Be sure to keep this book next to your bed.

Stephen Snyder
MD, author of Love Worth Making: How to Have Ridiculously Great Sex in a Long-Lasting Relationship

Great Sex Starts at 50 upends the notion that people over a certain age have lost all interest in sex. Cox offers readers research, suggests techniques, and collects personal anecdotes aimed at helping women—she interviewed hundreds of them, ages 45 to 80—reinvigorate or reaffirm their sexual desires. Both practical and explicit.

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