Jane Fonda reveals how age improves sex life: "We know what we need"
The 'Book Club' star reveals all
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CELEBRITY Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda has quite the secret for achieving her ageless good looks and unwavering spirit—and it's hidden in the bedroom. The star of the film 'Book Club' opened up about maintaining a sex life in your 60s and 70s in an interview with News.com.au, and everyone is loving her advice.
When asked about having sex in your older years, Fonda revealed, “For women it gets better because we understand our bodies more,” she explained. “We know what we need and we know what we like and we’re less afraid to ask for it."
The star explained why exactly sex is better when you're older, she said, “Also, what’s good is that men tend to slow down a little more as they get older. Slow is the operative word, finally they get it … or they’re forced to get it.”
Fonda said that intimacy can be a great reason to introduce a sexier atmosphere into the bedroom, she said, “You want lighting to change as you get older. Lighting is important. We tend to want a lot of candles and I usually carry a red scarf with me to put over the lamp. Dark is good,” Fonda joked.
Fonda stars in the recent film 'Book Club' which follows four friends as they embark on reading the erotic book series 'Fifty Shades of Grey.'
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