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You could have philosophical and religious reasons for choosing to deny the sexual part of yourself. You could have boxed yourself into the corner of thinking that your body no longer bears inspection or that it might not function in the way it once did.
Or you might not be able to face the idea of an elderly male body not functioning as it once did either.
I don’t know if this is true but people who are lucky enough to find and form partnerships in later life realise how little this matters once they have found someone they love.
It concerns me that you are so decided about the celibacy. Isn’t the natural tendency of all male-female relationships to move towards “a loving relationship and more”?
All the references to “loving relationships and more” do not appeal to me. Do you know of an organisation I can pay to find a matching companion? I am sure you are not the only person who feels the way you do. You are the last person whose letter I am going to answer in this column because my tenure, by my choice, is nearly at an end.
Some people are lonely, I do agree, and it is a downside of ageing that there is shrinkage and loss.The question I have, though, is why she doesn’t want a sexual relationship.If it is due to intimacy issues, any form of relationship beyond a casual friendship may be challenging.There is a website, which caters for people who want sex to have no part in the relationship.I logged on and I can’t say I saw anybody who I would have wanted to meet, but you never know until you try.