In perhaps one of the most disturbing pieces ever to grace the New York Times Style section, 70-year-old Jane Juska recently revealed a personal advertisement she wrote just three years ago: “Before I turn 67 — next March — I would like to have a lot of sex with a man I like. If you want to talk first, Trollope works for me.”

Now, after having lots of sex with lots of men, Ms. Juska is ready to publish her memoirs “A Round-Heeled Woman: My Late-Life Adventures in Sex and Romance.” This promiscuous granny seems to think her near-anonymous sex is just fine and dandy, despite meeting men who stole her underwear, her champagne flutes, and even her heart.

But the pure pathetic tale comes through in some of her other comments and stabs at humor — from “not getting pregnant was part of my popularity,” to “I had no hope of it turning out to be anything like this….I expected to be murdered, or made sad at the very least…I guess I found out that men are people.”

Hopefully the younger generations won’t listen to Ms. Juska and will realize that men are people without engaging in emotionally and physically dangerous sexual activities.