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I am a 49-year-old divorced mother of three grown children who has recently fallen in love with a woman. Some “late-bloomer” lesbians come to realize, when looking back, that they were probably always gay and simply repressed their attraction to women in earlier years.

An orgasm is the same regardless of where the stimulation that triggers it comes from.

In general, the clitoris is more sensitive to stimulation than the vagina and is more reliably able to trigger orgasm when stimulated.

However, many more women report that they were not at all aware of their sexual attraction to other women until later in life.

Some may have enjoyed good relationships and sex with men and then find themselves attracted to women or in love with a female friend.

However, in some women stimulation of the vagina may be more likely to trigger orgasm or may lead to stimulation of the clitoris.

What should a recently divorced postmenopausal woman know about safe sex?

I’ve been experiencing bothersome hot flashes for the past year, and I wake up almost every night sweaty and then get cold.

My sex life was fine until menopause, but I’m just not interested any more. Bothersome hot flashes, especially if they’re associated with night sweats and sleep disruption, certainly could affect your sexual interest.

Regular vaginal sexual activity is important for vaginal health after menopause because it stimulates blood flow, helps keep your vaginal muscles toned, and maintains your vagina’s length and stretchiness. We have a loving marriage and snuggle a lot, but we haven’t had sex in years. Although many couples enjoy sex in their older years, there is absolutely no “normal” frequency for having sex at any age.

If there’s no conflict around sex in your relationship and the relationship is loving and intimate in other ways, there is nothing to be concerned about.

I’ve always enjoyed sex and I’m worried that my vagina will change after menopause. With menopause, the ovaries stop making estrogen, which can cause your vagina to become dry and less elastic or “stretchy.” Fortunately, low doses of vaginal estrogen therapy can keep the lining of your vagina healthy.