Show This To Your Partners, Pronto!

Whether we admit it or not, most of us like to share stories about our men:

The good, the bad, and the ugly stories! And, it wouldn’t hurt of they knew a few of the tales we’re telling.

With this in mind, the new FabOverFifty Men Blog will share “intelligence” about our “better halves.” Some of it will be serious, some will be informative, and some will be just plain funny.

Perhaps you’ll even call them over so they can read them, too!

How erectile dysfunction can affect your relationship


Over 100 FabOverFifty women told us whether their partners experience
erectile dysfunction (ED)…Read More

What he wants to change about her
after 46 years of marriage


How your
husband proposed


In sickness & in health:
Your vows in action


Meet 9 husbands who
cherish their parents


Have a great idea for our new MEN section?

A New Way To Pleasure Your Husband Or Partner

As your partner gets older, he may start having a hard time achieving an erection, or can’t achieve one at all. The reason could be physical. Or, he’s so anxious about work or money, that he simply can’t focus on making love.

Researchers at the University of Chicago found that one-third of men between 50 and 64 years old experience erectile dysfunction, and that figure jumps to approximately 44 percent for men between 65 and 85. Although most of these men have the option to take drugs to stimulate erection, many simply refuse to go that route.


When Erectile Dysfunction Enters Your Bedroom

Over 100 FabOverFifty women told us whether their partners experience erectile dysfunction (ED), how it affects their relationships, and what they’re doing (or not doing) about it!  

[ANONYMOUS POLL] Has Erectile Dysfunction Entered Your Bedroom?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects nearly 30 million American men, reports the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases at the National Institutes of Health.

A common condition, which can be caused by everything from kidney disease and diabetes to stress and depression, ED can take a toll on a couple’s sex life and relationship. We’re curious whether the men in your life experience ED.

Please take our anonymous poll so we all can learn more.



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