ronnewmexico wrote:One who as elderly really removed all desire for sex is the exception not the norm.
I have attended to the last years of my father who passed in his nineties, at various homes for the elderly and finally in hospice care. That is simply not my experience.
If I do find one.... a partially realized person I will find and I will prostrate before them.
So I find your response initial claim and retort of no merit. I in fact resemble it to something I stepped upon this morning when I went out to check on the dogs.
It is a hypothetical gossip type thing mentioned of no real value.
Refute me...I order you to, or you do not....and suffer consquence, and perceived loss.
Thank you for such a considered response.
Firstly, I did not say that the elderly had voluntarily given up desirous attachment - I had actually agreed with you, but also noted that I had met some who felt liberated once that desire had disappeared, as well as the ability. I have worked in hospitals and know many olde people - your experience is no more or less valid.
You liken my response to something you trod on when you went out to check on the dogs. If you meant that you trod on a beautiful pearl then I accept the compliment.
I note that you are frequently insulting to members here, as I have ecxamined your posts. Please desist from this or I will edit or delete your offensive remarks.