Love Blooms for Seniors at Los Angeles Jewish Home | KCET
Love Blooms for Seniors at Los Angeles Jewish Home
As we age, some of life's special pleasures can fall away, compromised by illness or a lack of robust energy. But that does not have to be true about a good sex life. Just ask Dorothy and Harry, who have discovered that sexual intimacy and romance do indeed get better with age.
Video Courtesy of the Los Angeles Jewish Home
Director Jesse Selwyn
Producer Carey Melcher
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