It's very difficult to talk to your own kids about sex. If parents should have an opportunity to talk to their kids about what they think sex is for, what circumstances under which they should be happy, just to impart their values, and that when you have clinics and places like that, that kids can have access to without the parents, that gives them an out without having those conversations. The show was called Sunday Night Sex Show and existed for nineteen years between and Well, because it's different. You don't have a conversation. And keeping it sexy, I hope. Of course, that is illegal. She worked there as clinic coordinator until Americans know her as the former host of "Talk Sex with Sue Johanson" on the Oxygen network, and she's with us now.
All of them cover the sex topics from different points and include the detailed answers of the most delicate questions asked commonly about sexual life, Johanson's advices and health information. And so many, many women are very uncomfortable with it, very nervous about it, very fearful about it, and so they should be. Sue Johanson has been talking about sex and teaching about sex for more than three decades. Originally she had a one-hour phone-in radio show dedicated to advice on sex. I'm just wondering, why do you think that is. The educational format of the show combined with Johanson's profound knowledge of the subject and healthy sense of humour made the program popular with all age groups. And sometimes, I get questions from males who say, my girlfriend wants to try this. What do you mean, like particular practices, or you mean having multiple partners? In this radio program was turned into a TV talk show with the same name on the community television , Rogers Cable. So our kids are talking about it, thinking about it, and curious about it, and along comes somebody who talks them into it, and please don't think that's necessarily a male trying to talk a female into sex because I've watched in enough universities to know that some of those ladies are coming on like blockbusters. If parents should have an opportunity to talk to their kids about what they think sex is for, what circumstances under which they should be happy, just to impart their values, and that when you have clinics and places like that, that kids can have access to without the parents, that gives them an out without having those conversations. Radio and TV programs[ edit ] Johanson achieved popularity as a sex educator and therapist on rock radio station Q We left the show because Oxygen was taken over by NBC, and the climate changed that way, in that respect. It was very well received, very popular. Oh, right now, continuing to teach at universities. Career[ edit ] Johanson's career rose rapidly since her first classroom teaching in the North York schools. And it is scary for some males. So has something changed over the years in the way you talk about this? Anybody who's old enough to ovulate, to menstruate, to be involved in a sexual relationship is old enough for effective birth control. I mean, a lot of parents say, well, that's exactly why the message, particularly for young people, should be abstinence until marriage. Is it just we need somebody from somewhere else to tell us how to get it together? And pulling out, it was not a method of birth control. You cannot embarrass me at all. I just love teaching. I think one of the benefits that I have going for me is my age.