Marie Calvert is one of those woman who separates love from s*x and adores experimenting. She has had s*x with 3,000 men over the last 35 years, she is marrieds and she is proud of it. Oh, yes, besides, she is 63 years old.
Marie Calvert who had only slept with one person – her husband – until she was 28 and then somehow broke bad tells her unbelievable story of s*xual experiences to The Guardian interviewer. Grab your pop-corn or whatever you have by your side asap and just read the text below.
“It was the night I slept with 14 men that I first started to try to work out how many partners I’ve been with. The truth is, I’m not sure. My conservative estimate is about 100 guys a year for more than three decades. I’m 63 now and I’ve slowed down a little – but only a little. Why do I do it? Having s*x isn’t something I do for a living, but it is my passion. It’s the most enjoyable, exhilarating, satisfying way to spend your time. Some women like yoga, some like badminton. I like carnality.
“I am actually married. Barry and I have been together since I was 15 – we wed when I was 19, have two grandchildren, and he’s my world. But neither of us puts s*x on a pedestal. We see it for what it is: separate from love. It’s not natural to stick with one s*xual partner for 60 years. Life is about experimenting and experiencing, and that’s what we do. Barry goes with other women. I don’t get jealous because I know he loves me,” she said.
“Until the age of 28, I’d only been with him and we had a terrific s*x life, but one day he brought home a swingers’ magazine he’d picked up from a workmate. He sort of joked we should try it; I told him not to be daft, and he never mentioned it again. But I kept looking at the mag and imagining how fun it might be. Eventually I told him we should give it a go. He looked like a kid at Christmas,”she added.
“The first couple we met – through the listings in that magazine – were university lecturers in their 40s, and I still remember driving to their home that Friday. We were so nervous, but we were also insanely excited. I said we’d try it once and see how it went. And it went…. joyously. We became committed swingers, spending weekends meeting up with couples or going to parties to swap partners. Suddenly everything was exciting.
“You’d be at work, and you’d think about what you were up to that evening and it sent a shiver down your spine. The night I slept with 14 men was at a swingers’ party in Manchester. I remember driving there feeling almost uncontrollably lustful. The next day I felt achy, in that lovely way, like when you’ve been to the gym. In 1997, we decided to open a swingers’ club in Sheffield,”
“We were fed up with work and wanted to do something we were passionate about. It’s still thriving today. However, I had only three lovers last year. I still have the same s*x drive but I’m more relaxed now. I’m not someone who’s ever going to dress like a woman half her age just to get attention. But if guys still find me attractive – well, why not? People ask if we have any regrets and we do – we wish we’d found that mag five or six years earlier.”