Sex Is Not for Sissies, a candid, tell-it-like-it-is seminar created by Valda Ford, is a guide to a fulfilling sex life based on the most frequently asked questions she received — especially from women over 40 — about sexual literacy and safer sexual practices. Valda has helped individuals and groups rediscover the flame they once had, understand their body changes due to perimenopause, and learn how to get their men to be less selfish as lovers. She has also helped many younger women who complained that their husbands or lovers were totally lacking in the romance department.
Valda Ford sits down with Tim Clark, host of WOWT Channel 6’s Heartland Focus, to discuss diversity, the increase of STDs in Omaha with young people as well as older people who are getting back into the dating scene, and how her upcoming seminar Sex Is Not for Sissies addresses the issues that so many are tentative to discuss. (Click the play button in the image below to begin the video.)
Click here to watch part two of this interview.
In part two of Valda Ford’s interview with Heartland Focus’s Tim Clark, she discusses the importance of being informed if you are going to be sexually active. Why? You may not want to wreck the moment, but you don’t want to wreck your life! She also addresses how to facilitate discussion with young people, the resources available at health departments and other agencies, and information about her upcoming seminar Sex Is Not for Sissies.
Click here to watch part one of this interview.
Valda Ford sits down with William King at 1690 AM “The One” in Omaha, Nebraska to discuss her life, her upcoming book, and the beginning of the Sex Is Not for Sissies seminar national tour!
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