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The lights may be on, but the voltage is low.

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Chronological age itself is not the critical factor in sexual activity or physical intimacy. While sexual activity does tend to decline with age, there are tremendous individual differences in this intimate aspect of life. In part, these differences are determined by cultural norms, health or illness, and the availability of sexual or romantic partners. As in so many other aspects of aging, chronological age itself is not the critical factor in sexual activity or physical intimacy. The basic human need for affectionate physical contact, which is apparent even in newborn infants, persists throughout life. The voltage is never too low for that - in fact, it may help keep the lights on.

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