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Some 60 per cent of women with children over 18 say they have had more sex since their children moved out, while 91 per cent of working women with children under 10 say their sex life has been ''wrecked''.
Nicola Down, editor of Top Sante, said: ''The real sexual adventure begins when the children are older or have left home and women have the body confidence and experience to enjoy sex more than ever before.
''It's sad that eight out of 10 women think society and younger people in particular don't have a positive image about older women, when in truth, they are the ones worldly enough to enjoy a wonderful sex life.'' The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
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