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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 The year-old grandmother became very popular and has become a frequent guest on the late night talk show circuit. Almost six years later, Talk Sex has come to an end. I love doing this show.
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In this week's Wisdom Watch , Johanson, 78, talks about her decades-long career as a sex expert, and also weighs in on debates about sex education for kids. In a few minutes, we're going to take a moment to acknowledge the passing of Warith Deen Mohammad. He is the son of the founder of the Nation at Islam, but he went on to lead thousands of African Americans into orthodox Islam. He died yesterday at the age of But first, Wisdom Watch.
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. The family moved to North York , where Johanson kept house and raised her children. She worked there as clinic coordinator until