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A WORKSHOP aims to give older people information about having sex in later life.

As part of this year’s 60 plus festival, the free session is being run to explore the realities of sex in the 21st century.

In an attempt to be frank, fun and factual, Generation Sex is an informal interactive session designed to inform older residents about the realities of sex in later years. Any questions people have will be answered honestly to help them get the most out of their sex lives.

Scott Deacon, who is running the session said: ‘It is all about practising and negotiating safer sex. No matter if you are sixteen or sixty, and then some, it is all the same.’

The workshop is being held from 11am until 1pm on Wednesday October 12 in Room F, Norrish Central Library, Guildhall Square.

People can call (023) 9268 8492 to book. Proof of age and Portsmouth residency is required.

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