A woman's sexuality is a complex interplay of physical and emotional responses that affects the way she thinks and feels about herself. A sexual problem can hurt her personal relationships and her self-esteem. Yet, many women hesitate to talk about their sexuality with their health care professionals, and many health professionals are reluctant to begin a discussion about sexuality with their patients. READ MORE

Why Covid-19 Must Be Included in Safer Sex Messaging on College Campuses

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Women's sexual problems are too often discounted as mental or emotional. Talk to your health care professional to get the help you need and deserve.

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