Sexologist Louise-Andrée Saulnier is now not

Sexologist Louise-Andrée Saulnier is now not

Louise-Andrée Saulnier, sexologist and host, misplaced her battle in opposition to most cancers, surrounded by her household, Friday, in Quebec.

The sexologist was acknowledged, amongst different issues, for having hosted two every day packages aimed toward intercourse training within the Nineties and 2000s. She notably hosted this system “Des mots pour le dire”, on TVA, earlier than persevering with with the favored present “Sexe et confidences”, broadcast on TQS in 2001.

“I’ve collaborated together with her a couple of instances and have all the time favored her outspokenness in the case of sexuality. She was not afraid of phrases,” columnist Serge Drouin wrote on his Fb web page on Saturday.


A pioneer within the discipline of sexology in Quebec, Louise-Andrée Saulnier has usually collaborated with the media for her demystifying strategy to sexuality. She has given quite a few conferences throughout the province throughout her profession, along with writing books as a author.

And regardless of all these occupations, she didn’t cease training her job as a sexologist.

Marie Grey, creator of the well-known “Tales to make you blush”, additionally provided a touching testimony on social networks.

“Louise-Andrée Saulnier was a pioneer, a decisive inspiration, a mentor, a formidable soul of unimaginable generosity and openness. […] She has influenced my writing profession phenomenally,” she wrote.

The sexologist is survived by her two daughters, Émilie and Sophie.

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