No one wants to picture their grandmother discussing the latest innovations in vibrators, but Sue Johanson has made a living out of doing just that. Today she sits down with Suzanne to chat about her show and how you can enjoy your sexuality, regardless of age. Sue initially got involved with helping young people when, in the late s, a friend of her daughter came to her pregnant and scared.
Johanson and Klein addressed topics including the differences in male and female sexuality, dispelled common myths and took anonymous questions from the audience. Klein, the author of six books and articles about sexuality, told the audience that attempting to climax with your partner is futile. Besides giving tips for more fulfilling sex, Klein and Johanson encouraged the practice of safer sex by using multiple forms of birth control.
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With typical bluntness Sue Johanson tells older men and women to get over body image: the ''turkey neck,'' the ''wear and tear,'' the hormonal deficiencies. But in her cheerful, no-nonsense style she adds that there are creams, patches and pills to help them, and if all else fails, that they can always kiss and cuddle. Johanson, who won't reveal her age but looks like a something grandmother who knits and makes sourdough biscuits she does bothis having a lot of fun herself just talking about sex.
Sue Johanson's groundbreaking work in sex education has created new space in the public sphere for open and engaged discussions of sex and sexuality. For the last 35 years, Sue Johanson has provided frank and honest sexual education to thousands of individuals through her lectures, radio programs, and the Sunday Night Sex Show on television. Johanson first achieved popularity as a sex educator and therapist on rock radio station Q in Toronto with a two hour phone-in show dedicated to advice on sex.
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As a registered nurse and venerable leader in sex education and counseling, Johanson's mix of humor and candid, practical advice about love and sex has made Talk Sex one of Oxygen's most popular programs. In Johanson began hosting the popular radio program Sunday Night Sex Show in her native Canada, which was brought to Canadian television in and to Oxygen Network in For more information, visit www. SIRIUS delivers more than channels of the best commercial-free music, compelling talk shows, news and information, and the most extensive sports programming to listeners across the country in digital quality sound.
Sue JohansonCM born March 16, is a Canadian writer, public speaker, registered nursesex educatorand media personality. Her great-uncle was Lord Baden-Powell [ citation needed ]. Her mother died when Johanson was ten.