Articles in Clinical Sexology

#Metoo Movement: An Awareness Campaign


The aftermath of the strings of sexual allegations faced by Harvey Weinstein, one of the most powerful faces of Hollywood, the #metoo movement went viral in social media. This innovative and creative movement was initially launched in 2006 by Tarana Burke aimed at helping survivors of sexual harassment. Taking examples from different countries, this commentary attempts to analyze the #metoo movement and answer the question as to why most victims of sexual harassment chose to remain silent. [...]

#Metoo Movement: An Awareness Campaign2022-09-16T16:07:44-04:00

Yeshiva University vs. LGBTQ Club Pride Alliance


Yeshiva University wants the US Supreme Court to intervene in a dispute over the establishment of a pride student group, in the latest national legal clash over LGBTQ protections and the free exercise of religion. [...]

Yeshiva University vs. LGBTQ Club Pride Alliance2022-09-16T16:07:45-04:00

History: Roe v. Wade 410 U.S. 113 (1973)


We forthwith acknowledge our awareness of the sensitive and emotional nature of the abortion controversy, of the vigorous opposing views, even among physicians, and of the deep and seemingly absolute convictions that the subject inspires. One's philosophy, one's experiences, one's exposure to the raw edges of human existence, one's religious training, one's attitudes toward life and family and their values, and the moral standards one establishes and seeks to observe, are all likely to influence and to color one's thinking and conclusions about abortion. [...]

History: Roe v. Wade 410 U.S. 113 (1973)2022-09-16T16:07:46-04:00

Help Your Clients Reduce the STI Stigma


We know life isn’t over if you’ve tested positive for a STI, but we want to make sure our clients are equipped to have a fulfilling sex life, regardless of their STI status. That includes being empowered and clear about their own boundaries and navigating safer sex practices. [...]

Help Your Clients Reduce the STI Stigma2022-09-16T16:07:48-04:00

Teaching Puberty for LGBTQIA+ Diversity


Inclusion of diverse sexualities, genders, and to some extent sexes, has been a relatively recent focus for many in education, psychology, health services, and public policy. In this moment of both historic progress, and extreme backlash, marked by both pro and anti LGBT legislations, and simultaneous increases in bias-motivated violence. [...]

Teaching Puberty for LGBTQIA+ Diversity2022-09-16T16:07:49-04:00

Heterosexual Men’s Accounts of Unwanted Sex


While scholars are giving greater attention than previously to sexual assault against women, they have ignored the fact that men report unwanted sex as well. This article examines 39 heterosexual men’s narratives about their experience of unwanted sex in college. [...]

Heterosexual Men’s Accounts of Unwanted Sex2022-09-16T16:07:50-04:00

Sex-related Distress& Self-medication Drinking In College Women


Consistent with self-medication theory, some drink to cope with sex-related distress, which may reduce distress, but lead to greater drinking quantity before sex and negative sexual consequences. How women with ASA histories navigate sexual situations and cope with sex-related distress is under researched. [...]

Sex-related Distress& Self-medication Drinking In College Women2022-09-16T16:07:51-04:00


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