Joan Price

Media Responses to Naked at Our Age

“A page turner. I found Naked at Our Age almost impossible to put down. It’s beautifully balanced between personal experience and objective information. Warm and learned, it is the most helpful book on sex I have ever seen. Naked at Our Age is for all of us over (or much over) 50, whether our sex life is great, just okay, or blah. It’s also a must-read for mental health professionals, urologists, and OBGYNs. A psychiatrist to whom I showed this book spent a half hour reading it, then started to make lists in his head of which of his patients he should give a copy. I plan to buy a half dozen copies myself to give to my senior (nonpatient) friends.”

Larry LeShan, PhD, psychotherapist

At last the void is filled. Hang on, because Naked at Our Age breaks all the barriers and goes where ordinary books on this subject dare not. Some readers may be shocked and challenged, and others delighted by this bold, direct, honest and completely uncensored approach. An eye opening challenge for anyone who dares to think that sex ends at 60. The message is clear – as far as sex in the senior years, the best is yet to come. While this groundbreaking book will have some of you blushing, you won’t put it down.”

Dean Edell MD

Emmy Award-winning host of the Dr. Dean Edell Program, and author of the best-selling book, Eat, Drink and Be Merry

“Told through the voices of real people interspersed with great advice from smart professionals, Naked at Our Age is an important resource for anyone who wants to keep pleasure and sensuality in their lives as they move in to their later years. I especially like Joan Price’s warm and supportive tone and her ability to get people to share their stories, from which we learn a lot!”

Candida Royalle

Pioneer of woman-friendly erotica and author of How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do

“Joan Price tells it like it is, “The Old Ways Don’t Do It Anymore!” Then, with irresistible enthusiasm, she tackles all the outdated expectations and promotes a plethora of new ways to celebrate sexuality throughout the later years. Poignant quotations from seniors aged 50 to 90 illustrate the distress caused by the common sexual problems of aging. Succinct responses by professionals describe a rich variety of alternatives. “Talking Out Loud About Senior Sex” is exactly what we do in my course, “Older, Wiser, Sexually Smarter,” so Naked At Our Age will be the perfect text.”

Peggy Brick, M.ED, CSE

President, Sexuality and Aging Consortium at Widener University; co-author, Older, Wiser, Sexually Smarter: 30 Sex Ed Lessons for Adults Only