She's pushin' 50 (she'll hit the big 5-0 in July), but Opal, a dance teacher from Colorado by way of Idaho, knows that when it comes to sex, experience is always a good thing. "I feel sorry for men my age who always have their eyes on young girls," she said. "You'd think they'd spent so much time complaining about young girls who don't know what to do in bed, they'd want to experience a woman who knows what to do. I don't even think I became good at sex until I turned 40. That's when I learned that sex is a lot like dancing."
By "sex is a lot like dancing," Opals means, "You can't just sway back and forth. It all comes from the pelvis. You have to gyrate, relax your body, go with the motion. That's what I teach my dance students, and usually by the middle of a lesson, they have a hard-on." Not that Opal does anything about it. She's a professional. She saves sex for her private life.