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11/07/2011 10:09 am ET Updated Jan 07, 2012

Boobs, Bras, Sex, Cougars and Sluts

It's been just over a month since launching Huff/Post50 and seeing what you have been reading has been very informative. It seems our top five most clicked on pieces for the month had boobs, bras, sex, cougars and slut in their titles. If there had been a way to tie Kim Kardashian's butt into Huff/Post50 I'm sure that would have trumped all of the above. Needless to say, the statistics speak for themselves.

Lee Woodruff's piece, The Many Splendors of Boobs, was more than what you thought it would be, right? I laughed my way through Lee's brilliant observations about the ten terms used to refer to breasts, while embracing the unique experience women have with them, not to mention men. Diane Gilman's Say It Isn't So, Demi: A Cougar Survival Guide was not so much about Demi as about staying healthy if you're going to date a younger man. Soraya Chemaly wrote about taking your daughter on a slut walk. I had never heard this term before but as a teenager my girlfriends and I thought that it would be fun to costume ourselves as hookers for Halloween one year. I thought this might be what it was, a mother daughter costume party. Instead, I learned that slutwalks are about protesting the sexist idea that how a woman dresses is somehow inviting rape. Michael Apstein's Bra Clasps and Dating at 51 poignantly described dating after losing his beloved wife and knowing that he would never be seen again as the 27-year-old his wife had fallen in love with.

We are trying to bring you content that is inspiring, helpful, informative, fun and creative. We want to reflect what being Post50 is from many different voices. We are always willing to hear from you and what you want to know more about. Have no fear, I'm sure there will be more sex, drugs and rock and roll to come. We are a very lively generation. We might also show that the sex might be about how you're not getting it, the drugs might be about Viagra, the rock might be about the knots in your neck and the roll about that extra weight around your midsection. We are all curious about each other's experiences as we embrace Post50.

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