If exploring sex and sexuality is a passion of yours, this week’s round up of Sex Stories We Love is for you.

With Age Comes Wisdom - In Three Parts

If we’re lucky at some point in our lives we’ll be 84 or 90 years old. So why is it a shock when we hear that people at those ages are still getting their sexy on? Over the past few weeks, we found three very different stories that address this topic.

Part 1: In a country where the average person doesn’t lose their virginity until 23 and arranged marriages are still the norm, saying that the people of India are sex starved or not sexually savvy is not exactly an understatement.

But one man is stirring the pot by dispensing basic sex education advice in The Mumbai Mirror - and he’s 90 years old.

During the nine years he’s been writing his daily column, Dr. Mahinder Watsa’s editors estimate that he has received upward of 40,000 letters seeking advice on sexual problems and basic information. He’s been formally accused of obscenity in court. Parents clip his column out of the paper before passing it along to their children.

Find out more about a typical day in the life of Dr. Watsa and the typical sex lives of Indians in this recent piece from the The New York Times.

Part 2: At 84, Betty Dodson is still preaching to and teaching women the power and pleasure of self-love. Jenny Block was lucky enough to be in on an educational group masturbation session where the bodacious Ms. Dodson showed up and gave her some hands-on help. Lucky woman? You bet, and in more ways than one. Check out what else Jenny has to say about her time with Betty and others in HuffPost Gay Voices.

Part 3: On the flip side, 28-year-old writer Rodney Rothman exposes what really goes on with those "demure mature women" and "cute old men" inside a retirement community in Florida in Nerve. It’s a pretty saucy tell-all. He has quite the gift for getting the ladies to open up to him and dishing the dirt on how some men act and what they reveal in their sexual escapades. This is a really fun fly-on-the-wall read.

Now Hiring: No Experience Preferred

When most of us think of Sao Paulo, Brazil, we think of it as a cosmopolitan and cultured city. However, a city policy defies that image.

A number of human rights groups are rallying against a policy in the city that requires prospective female education department employees to either take a pap smear test or prove their virginity in order to be employed.

So how is the City of Sao Paul defending its employment qualification? Check out what it has to say in Opposing Views.

Stealth Sex Toy Management

How do you manage to get your sex toys delivered to you discreetly if you’re not home to accept delivery during the day? And, once you get them, how do you keep the kidlings or other family members who have no concept of personal boundaries from finding them? For those sex toys that need to get charged, how do you keep them out of view? What about the rest of your "contraband" - porn, lube, bondage gear? Lunabelle of Ninja Sexology has some great tips in one of her recent posts, Stealth Sex Toy - Stash Management.

$#@! Your Brains Out - Literally

Admit it; every once in a while (or often) you really want to get your brains f***ed out. Short of suffering from shaken baby syndrome, which really can’t happen in the adult brain, Marie Franklin of I Married a Sex God offers some safe tips for shaking things up both physically and psychologically.

Is it Lust or Love?

Speaking of the brain, it can play some crazy tricks on us when we meet someone who really turns us on. What is it in the brain that makes us dive into a hot hook-up or affair? What if you’re looking for a soul mate? How can you tell the difference between lust and love? Dr. Judith Orloff offers some ways to engage in more rational thinking before doing some things you might regret in Danger Alert! Do You Confuse Love with Lust? in The Elephant Journal.

Sex and the Plus Size Gal

Everyone is entitled to sexual pleasure, but body acceptance by ourselves, others, our culture and advertising can get in the way. Elle Chase (AKA Lady Cheeky) wrote about this in her blog back in January, and Safersex.education felt it was a story worth repeating. This isn’t just a healthy dose of affirmation by the divine Ms. C; She also refers to several excellent books, people and blogs that are worth checking out. This is recommended reading not just for big gals, but anyone who has issues with their body, which, unfortunately, is pretty much everyone.