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Which must be why – despite the widely publicised damage caused by alcohol (high blood pressure, liver disease, obesity, cancer, emotional problems) – we not only keep on boozing, but are now drinking than ever.To be precise, it’s baby boomers that are drinking more than ever.“There is, in fact, very little data on the sexual interests and experiences of older people,” Friedan says.People want to believe that seniors are asexual beings, but seniors desire — even need — romantic relationships, just as we do.
While our parents were already young adults when therapy culture emerged to combat the layers of repression and shame they’d faced as children, we grew up immersed in credos about self-love, self-care, and emotional management.
While younger people are increasingly abstaining, with most born since 2000 having never drunk (or smoked), and those in their 20s and 30s finding ways to cut back, our friends aged between 55 and 74 were responsible for the vast majority of drinking-related hospital admissions last year.
Alcohol-related hospital admissions in England in this age group have increased by a whopping 64 per cent over the last decade, and are at their highest level in history. Baby boomers are richer than everyone else, estimated to own half the personal wealth in this country.
They talk about sex whenever possible, engage in it – or try to – whatever the consequences (just look at their divorce statistics: marital terminations tripled in the 1970s alone), and think sexuality is the most fascinating of all subjects.
Where there's a naughty innuendo, there tends to be a baby boomer. Some transference, or hangover, of Victorianism was inevitable, with all its repressiveness, obsession with sexual constraint, and fixation with rigid moral and social codes.