Jane Juska Message Board

petra joy posts on 5/4/2010 1:56:46 PM Hi Jane, you are an inspiration for women everywhere. I loved "a round heeled women" and am blogging about it. We need more erotica from a female perspective. I do just that producing films such as "Female Fantasies" and would love to send you some, if I may. Keep shining as brightly as you are. Women making their fantasies is still a big taboo even more so if they are over 50 and openly talk about it. You go, sister! Petra X PS: I would love to hear from you! You will find me if you google me :) It would be an honour.
no slappz posts on 4/12/2010 2:08:27 PM Jane, I finished reading A Round Heeled Woman last night. I hope it continues to inspire women to remain adventurous. And I hope I meet some women who feel the inspiration.
Mia N posts on 4/7/2010 10:26:13 AM I finished the first book yesterday and now I find out that Jane has written more on the subject. Let me say this : I liked it very much and almost envied her for being so brave... If I had the courage... ;o)

Karen Juska posts on 3/28/2010 2:26:53 AM Hi Jane- I have read each book a few times now and I know you have given a huge gift to your readers out there. Keep up the great work and enjoy each day. Karen
Karen P posts on 2/21/2010 1:49:43 PM Jane, I loved your 2 books & have to confess they did push me to move forward in my life. I'm 62, widowed for 2 yr, queen-sized, but still have feelings & needs, met several men online--the last one was/is wonderful--really made me feel alive again! To Myrna who posted 1/11/2010: men are much less judgmental than we are--REALLY!! If they see you clothed & still pursue you (or see a full-size pix online), it's because they know you're sexier than a stick & that's what they like! They know what's under the clothes and they don't CARE! They just want human touch & caring, the same as we women do. Don't be afraid--life is too short to hold back from it. JMHO
Brian posts on 2/9/2010 1:43:16 AM Jane, Kudos to you on the woman you are. Very much like the woman I seek. See my match ad, I am maydecember there. 42 yo and greatly value the enlightened women of a certain age.
Robin Cox Bishop posts on 2/3/2010 9:32:54 PM Greetings, Jane! This is from Robin and Barbara (Cahill, Nerney) from--you guessed it--Ygnacio Valley. My husband Don (who teaches at CCA) and I would like to attend your play on Saturday but think it is sold out--quel dommage! Barbara is in Mendocino but I held the phone up to the radio during Sedge Thompson's interview this Saturday and she loved it. Congratulations to you--we always knew you were great.(Do you remember Barb's famous ee cummings misadventure with the principal?)
Paula Caracristi posts on 1/13/2010 3:47:25 AM Hi Jane! Saw great article and pictures taking up entire page! January 10, 2010, in The A&E Section of the Contra Costa Times regarding the play, "A Round-Heeled Woman", opening January 16TH. Wishing everyone the best - "Break A Leg!, etc. Wish I could see it, but afraid to ride Bart alone. Linda Pancoast (Gilette), (she also had you sophomore year, 1963), will be there Jan 15TH at pre-view. Know it will be a great success. Just adding my good wishes along with everybody else. Paula Caracristi
Myrna posts on 1/11/2010 10:03:21 PM Jane, I love all your thoughts but I would like to ask, what about being "queen size", with lots of, "flaps, rolls, sags, etc.? And being scared to death of him even touching....lights on or off, the hand feels what the body is like. Thanks
Liz posts on 12/30/2009 6:24:36 PM Jane I love your writing and just heard that one of your book "A Round-Heeled Woman: My Late-Life Adventures in Sex and Romance" has been turned into a play that is performing is San Francisco!!! And Sharon Gless is staring in it!!! It looks like the performance is at Z Space. This sounds like a great show and I am definitely going to go! Here’s that web site it anyone else is interested-
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