Grandma who has slept with over 800 people reveals the one thing that 'turns men on'

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By Michelle H

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The intimate lives of grandmothers can be a touchy subject for some. With many holding their grandparents in high regard, it’s easy to forget that these elders once engaged in the same activities that brought us all into existence. 

Numerous studies and surveys have shown that sexual activity remains an important aspect of life for older adults, contributing to their overall well-being and quality of life.

Research from the National Poll on Healthy Aging found that 40% of people aged 65-80 are sexually active, and many report being satisfied with their sex lives. Additionally, the physical and emotional benefits of intimacy, such as reduced stress, improved mood, and stronger relationship bonds, are just as valuable for older adults as they are for younger people.

Research from the National Poll on Healthy Aging found that 40% of people aged 65-80 are sexually active. Credit: Solskin / Getty

Medical advancements and a better understanding of sexual health have also contributed to continued intimacy in later years. People are living longer, healthier lives, and maintaining an active sex life is often part of that overall health and vitality.

So let’s not kid ourselves—grandmothers are still very much capable of enjoying a vibrant sex life, even casually.

Take Andrea Sunshine, for instance. This 53-year-old bodybuilding grandmother isn’t shy about sharing what sparks the flame in the bedroom. “I usually attract men half my age.” Andrea candidly revealed to The Daily Star.


Andrea, who has had 800 partners in the two decades since her divorce, has revealed the one thing that she believes turns men on - older, more experienced women. “We have more experience and self-trust which sometimes is missing with inexperienced young ladies,” she said. “My age also turns them on, as well as my muscles.”

Andrea even went as far as to say “there's a type of fetish about mature and muscular women for young men.” 

Since diving into bodybuilding post-divorce, Andrea has amassed over 516,000 Instagram followers as a fitness influencer. Her inbox is flooded with messages from young admirers eager to take her out. She embraces this attention wholeheartedly: “It gives me a kick, I like it as it turns me on and the idea of it brings me to some kind of fantasies. We are at the end of the day instinctive beings and some emotions and reactions we can't control.”

While she enjoys the thrill of younger men’s advances, Andrea prefers older men for long-term relationships. Speaking to outlet, she revealed her lifelong preference for mature guys. From when she was very young, we was more interested in so-called silver foxes.

Andrea believes mature men are more attuned to a woman’s needs, but emphasizes that chemistry is the key to lasting relationships.

“I think it's okay to feel the free spirit with some kind of responsible limitations,” she said. And ultimately, it’s that chemistry she seeks most in a partner, regardless of age.

Featured image credit: Flashpop / Getty

Grandma who has slept with over 800 people reveals the one thing that 'turns men on'

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By Michelle H

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The intimate lives of grandmothers can be a touchy subject for some. With many holding their grandparents in high regard, it’s easy to forget that these elders once engaged in the same activities that brought us all into existence. 

Numerous studies and surveys have shown that sexual activity remains an important aspect of life for older adults, contributing to their overall well-being and quality of life.

Research from the National Poll on Healthy Aging found that 40% of people aged 65-80 are sexually active, and many report being satisfied with their sex lives. Additionally, the physical and emotional benefits of intimacy, such as reduced stress, improved mood, and stronger relationship bonds, are just as valuable for older adults as they are for younger people.

Research from the National Poll on Healthy Aging found that 40% of people aged 65-80 are sexually active. Credit: Solskin / Getty

Medical advancements and a better understanding of sexual health have also contributed to continued intimacy in later years. People are living longer, healthier lives, and maintaining an active sex life is often part of that overall health and vitality.

So let’s not kid ourselves—grandmothers are still very much capable of enjoying a vibrant sex life, even casually.

Take Andrea Sunshine, for instance. This 53-year-old bodybuilding grandmother isn’t shy about sharing what sparks the flame in the bedroom. “I usually attract men half my age.” Andrea candidly revealed to The Daily Star.


Andrea, who has had 800 partners in the two decades since her divorce, has revealed the one thing that she believes turns men on - older, more experienced women. “We have more experience and self-trust which sometimes is missing with inexperienced young ladies,” she said. “My age also turns them on, as well as my muscles.”

Andrea even went as far as to say “there's a type of fetish about mature and muscular women for young men.” 

Since diving into bodybuilding post-divorce, Andrea has amassed over 516,000 Instagram followers as a fitness influencer. Her inbox is flooded with messages from young admirers eager to take her out. She embraces this attention wholeheartedly: “It gives me a kick, I like it as it turns me on and the idea of it brings me to some kind of fantasies. We are at the end of the day instinctive beings and some emotions and reactions we can't control.”

While she enjoys the thrill of younger men’s advances, Andrea prefers older men for long-term relationships. Speaking to outlet, she revealed her lifelong preference for mature guys. From when she was very young, we was more interested in so-called silver foxes.

Andrea believes mature men are more attuned to a woman’s needs, but emphasizes that chemistry is the key to lasting relationships.

“I think it's okay to feel the free spirit with some kind of responsible limitations,” she said. And ultimately, it’s that chemistry she seeks most in a partner, regardless of age.

Featured image credit: Flashpop / Getty