For many people in the United States Sue Johansson and the Sunday Sex show is probably not a well known name. Sue is to Canada as Dr. Ruth is to the United States. A down to earth educator on human sexuality. She provides an oppurtunity for people to call and discuss relationships, having sex, common sexual diseases and to how to use sex toys and devices Here is a short Bio. Sue Johanson is Canada’s foremost sexual educator and counsellor, recipient of the distinguished Order of Canada. For the last 30 years, she has provided frank and honest sexual education to thousands of Canadians through her lectures, radio programs, and the Sunday Night Sex Show on television. Aside from her duties as a sexual educator, Sue is a Registered Nurse, a mother, and a grandmother. She continues to tour universities and special events, lecturing on sexuality and answering a panoply of audience questions that runs the gamut from anal sex to zygotes I was channel surfing one Sunday night, the first time I came across Sue. I could not believe how frank she was, so comfortable with questions from the viewers. Always to the point and down to earth. The most remarkable thing with Sue is how she connects with viewers instantly. .She listens intently to the viewer’s question and formulates answers that make common sense. Adding a little dose of humor to lighten the conversation and make the caller feel relaxed. The odd caller would stump Sue, she would tell the caller to tune in next week. She would do her research and come back next week with the answer. I tuned in every Sunday night to watch, if I was busy, I taped the show and viewed it later. My favorite part of the Sunday night sex show was the treasure chest. Each week Sue would go to the treasure chest and introduce a new sex toy. She gave an honest open opinion on the sex toy. She described the advantages and disadvantages of the toy. If Sue did not like the sex toy she would explain why. Sue has introduced her own line of sex toys. They can be viewed here at Online Guide Joys of Sex Toys You can also find many of the common questions and answers on sexuality in our Guide To Joys of Sex Toys at GoToSextoys.com Here is a recent post on www.talksexwithsue.com Posted by R. on October 19, 2005 at 05:25:25: Hello,That really sucks she isn’t doing the Sunday Night Sex Show anymore. Why? I know a lot of people who watched it. Is there anyway for us to watch the US show in Peterborough? Webmaster Reply: This was a very difficult decision for Sue to make. She had been doing the Sunday Night Sex Show for 21 years STRAIGHT in Canada, and she felt that Canadians were well enough informed about sex that it was getting redundant. So, she decided to focus on ‘Talk Sex’ for the US and Brazil. No Canadian broadcaster currently carries ‘Talk Sex’, but that may change in the New Year. Write to CBC and ask for it. Randy America check your local listings and tune into Sue “Talk Sex”,I guarantee you will be thrilled with Sue.