Late last night, Oxygen aired the last episode of its popular call-in show, Talk Sex with Sue Johanson. The series began as a Canadian call-in show back in It was extremely popular and featured sex educator Johanson offering colorful and up-front sexual advice. Reruns of the series were picked up by Oxygen but American audiences became frustrated by not being able to call in. As a result, Talk Sex with Sue Johanson debuted in
Talk Sex with Sue Johanson Canceled, Oxygen Series Ends
Her great-uncle was Lord Baden-Powell [ citation needed ]. Her mother died when Johanson was ten. Johanson attended nursing school in St. Boniface Hospital Winnipeg , graduating as a registered nurse. Soon after, she married a Swedish-Canadian electrician named Ejnor Johanson. They had three children: Carol, Eric and Jane.
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. Because abortion was illegal in Canada at the time, Sue took the girl across the border into the United States.
Watch the video. Title: Talk Sex with Sue Johanson —. A live talk show where viewers could call in and ask questions about sex.