Media Responses to Naked at Our Age

“Joan Price’s new book, Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud about Senior Sex, is a candid, generous gift to young and old alike. Price, along with many medical specialists, therapists and people struggling with sexual concerns, speaks frankly and compassionately about subjects many of us are too embarrassed to broach — much to our great disadvantage. Price’s approach: Problems are meant to be solved and should not be suffered in silence. To that end, Price consults many experts who apply their knowledge and experience to what are, in fact, normal issues for any of us lucky enough to find ourselves in a maturing body.” Read more here.

Rae Francoeur, GateHouse News Service

“I’m a fan. I’ve read your book Naked at Our Age and seen you lecture at several sex ed conferences over the years. I love what you’ve created in the world. Your no-BS honest writing about sex and relationships has been a game-changer for my clients who’ve read your work in tandem with my coaching. You’ve busted through the taboo of talking about and having sex as a senior. Thank you so much for your work. You have so much wisdom and expertise to share with women who want to stop struggling in their sex lives from a lack of information or damaging myths and feel truly alive and confident in their bodies.”

Eva Blake, Sophisticated Sex Ed and Intimacy Coaching

“As seniors, my wife and I were struggling with how aging and our sex lives were intersecting. Joan saved our sex lives and brought fun and adventure back into our marriage.”

Sam, age 64

“I bought Naked at Our Age, and it was an eye opener for me, 7 years divorced. It helped give me the confidence for online dating, where I met a wonderful man. I wasn’t sure Sex after Grief was going to be relevant to my situation, but how wrong I was. My boyfriend is 3 years past a sudden loss of a long-term relationship. I can see from Sex after Grief that perhaps I’ll be the one to lead the touching, and slow is good. Your book is just a treasure trove of ideas of how to proceed. Thank you so much for writing this book that I thought I didn’t need.”

“Emma” age 72