Published author, public speaker, sex educator, mother, caregiver, grandmother, sex goddess–I might be just the person you need for your next conference, your website, or to assist you in making lifestyle changes. If you need a professional writer or you want a speaker to engage and inspire your audience let’s talk. I’ve been writing professionally since 2009 and informally since I could grasp a pen. A teacher of many things, I’m an engaging public speaker with experience on a stage and in front of the camera. As a sexual educator I work with midlife women, and men, to help them problem-solve issues around sexuality and dating. I offer sessions via phone or Skype–geared to work on the challenges you’re facing right now.
As a speaker I can engage and seduce your audience. As a writer my job is to make you look good. I’m at my best when writing about midlife issues—sexuality, relationships, sexual health and dating. But I have many talents! Do you want to step into your sexual desire? Together we can make it happen. Contact me here, or directly at email@example.com.
What they have to say:
I had the most mind-blowing sexting session last week, which would not have been possible a year ago because I was too much of a shame and fear-filled prude. You are one of the voices of reason that has made a huge positive impact on my life – thank you! -from B.
He said he liked my appearance and then liked what he read within the profile. He got a good idea of what I am about. I have to credit Walker Thornton with helping me refine my words. She looked at what I’d written and made a few suggestions that tightened up my presentation. Her suggestions were spot on in – she helped me say what I meant more coherently. It is so difficult to do that with objectivity when the subject is yourself! Walker is a freelancer who writes a variety of articles. If you want an effective online profile (or article) contact Walker J. Thornton. -Julie Phelps
What a fabulous piece, Walker! You write so beautifully and really evoke those feelings of fun, excitement, intrigue, and thrill that come with flirting. And I completely agree: it’s not really about sex, it’s a delicate dance of flirtation. I also love that you say it was a gift to him – it truly is a compliment to the receiver. I’m sure he felt 10 feet tall when he went home that night. Love it! –From a client, Jillian Bice of Bloom-Enjoy Yourself
Current and Past Writing Gigs
- Midlife Boulevard– Sexual Health Columnist
- Huffington Post blogger
- Better After 50 Columnist– Sex Expert
- Walker J Thornton on Women’s Aging and Sexuality– The Boom Doctors
- Ageless Sex-Huffington Post Live
- Straight Talk About Sex After 50– Bring Back Desire Radio Show with Ande Lyons
- Who Says 50 Is Too Old for Sex– Last First Date Radio with Sandy Weiner
- Are We Still Having Sex After 40?– Interviewed on Huffington Post Live (minute 3:38)