Sue Johanson to sex up Concordia

Headlining a CSU-sponsored event this Thursday night, sex educator, columnist for the Toronto Star and popular talk show host Sue Johanson will be talking about “Sex, Sex, and More Sex,” according to the title of her most recent book. And yes, she is prepared to answer any questions from the audience about sex.

Headlining a CSU-sponsored event this Thursday night, sex educator, columnist for the Toronto Star and popular talk show host Sue Johanson will be talking about “Sex, Sex, and More Sex,” according to the title of her most recent book.
And yes, she is prepared to answer any questions from the audience about sex.
The sex educator has over 25 years of experience teaching and talking about it. She started teaching sexuality in schools in 1974 and now speaks to schools and colleges across North America to de-mystify the whole subject.
Johanson is the host of the radio program “The Sunday Night Sex Show,” which began airing nationally on WTN in 1996.

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