Desexualisation in later life : the limits of sex and intimacy /
Despite evidence of a more sexually active 'third age', ageing and later life (50+) are still commonly represented as a process of desexualisation. Challenging this assumption and ageist stereotypes, this interdisciplinary volume investigates the experiential and theoretical landscapes of...
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|Series:||Sex and Intimacy in Later Life.
- Front Matter
- Notes on editors and contributors
- Series editors' introduction
- Introduction to volume two: themes, issues and chapter synopses
- Consent and sexual literacy for older people
- 'At YOUR age???!!!': the constraints of ageist erotophobia on older people's sexual and intimate relationships
- The aesthetic(s) of eroticism in later life
- Menopause and the 'menoboom': how older women are desexualised by culture
- Ageing, physical disability and desexualisation
- Ageing, intellectual disability and desexualisation
- Dancing in- or out-of-step? Sexual and intimate relationships among heterosexual couples living with Alzheimer's disease
- Older people living in long-term care: no place for old sex?
- Ageing and the LGBTI+ community: a case study of Australian care policy
- The role of professionals and service providers in supporting sexuality and intimacy in later life: theoretical and practice perspectives
- Final reflections: themes and issues arising from the volume on desexualisation in later life