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It is a good thing that women in my family get menopause in their 60's.
My mom is in her 50's and she still gets her periods.
As a result, many older people are unprepared for the sexual changes aging brings, and instead of adapting, they withdraw from sensual play. I know many people in their seventies and eighties who are actively, happily sexual. I'm 60 and want just as much sex as when I was less than half my age, including intercourse.
So people, you don't have to have a mediocre, frustrating sex life just because your spouse wants you to. But, of course, if it works for you it might work for some others. I have average about one or two a day, and more on some days.
If your spouse won't talk about it or isn't willing to change, find someone else, either openly or discreetly. The theory is that the more you use it, the less you lose it!
They don't have penis-vagina intercourse, but so what? Now, I'll agree that my wife stopped being interested in intercourse, not to mention all sex, by her age of 50.
Hands, mouths, and sex toys offer many erotically satisfying ways to make love and enjoy orgasm. I'm still sexually active and I'm determined to stay that way for the rest of my life. So all I can say is, thank god for younger women who like healthy and vital older men!