In our interview, I asked Lisa this question directly and she gave me a simple answer.

The saying goes that men are from Mars, while women are from Venus.

And now, people who have dated both sexes have revealed that it sometimes really does feel like men and women are from different planets.

Now, as we reach our 50s and 60s, the situation is somewhat more complicated.

To get a view into the male mind after 60, I sat down with dating coach, Lisa Copeland for a quick chat.

One said '[I]n general, sex with women is more varied, tends to last longer and everyone orgasms 5 -10 times', while another added 'Sex with women seems less climax oriented'.

Another added: 'Guys are so much more focused on sex, with women it's much easier to just cuddle but sex feels a little desired'.It also revealed the different strategies used by the sexes in their search for a partner.He said: “The findings demonstrate that gossip is intimately linked to mate competition and not solely the product of a female gender stereotype that may be viewed as pejorative.“It is a highly evolved social skill essential for interpersonal relationships, rather than a flaw of character."Those already in a relationship may have other concerns, namely if their partner is cheating.Research published in the journal Evolutionary Psychological Science provides the first verifiable evidence for a positive link between intrasexual competitiveness, the amount of gossip that people take part in, and whether they are OK with such talk or not Adam Davis, lead author in the study, said gossip is a highly evolved social skill and a competition tactic that relates to women's and men's evolved preferences.It is, therefore, essential for relationships between people, and not necessarily a character flaw.The others measured how often participants gossiped about others, how highly the value gossip and whether they thought was to to talk about others behind their backs.