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22 November 2010

Sex education for the elderly

In its latest bid to stem rising divorce rates, a northern Malaysian state is providing sex education for the elderly, following newlywed sex courses and free honeymoons.

In its latest bid to stem rising divorce rates, a northern Malaysian state is providing sex education for the elderly, following newlywed sex courses and free honeymoons for couples in crisis.

"Because of the lack of intimacy, the couples who are already in their twilight years, get more agitated and tense and this strains their marriage badly to the point of divorce.

 
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