Oh, my....At The Villages retirement complex in Florida, the largest of its kind anywhere, it is reported by the New York Post and foxnews.com that (a) the female-to-male ratio is 10-to-1 in its population of 70,000, and (b) lechery and indecency is a major problem.
Behavior like the article describes (summarized below) would be condemned—and properly so—in the younger generation, but when you read that the elderly—the supposed wiser segment of the population—are behaving like alley cats, it has a nauseating effect. With the understanding that there are no doubt virtuous people among that population, here is what we learn about some of the others:
- There is a black market for Viagra.
- Both men and women are looking for opportunities. One woman was quoted, "A lot of the men down here are cheaper than heck," she says, "and a lot of the women are extremely brazen. Some girls will go into the parking lot with a man and come back a half-hour later like nothing happened!"
- Sexually transmitted diseases are a growing concern. Referring to one local gynecologist, "she treated more cases of herpes and human papillomavirus at The Villages than she did when she worked in Miami." Other STD's are also becoming more common.
- Local law enforcement "just tries to keep up."