Half of young Australian women experience sexually-related personal distress, with one in five women having at least one female sexual dysfunction FSD , new research by Monash University shows. A study conducted by the Women's Health Research Program at Monash University has reported, for the first time, an overall picture of the sexual wellbeing of Australian women between the ages of 18 and The findings have been published today Monday 24 February in the international journal, Fertility and Sterility. Results showed This relates to the degree of feeling guilty, embarrassed, stressed or unhappy about their sex lives. A concerning
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Background: Although young women's friendships remain understudied in drinking contexts, some researchers have pointed to how young women can make use of each other to manage sexual advances when drinking. In this paper, we explore how young women make use of friends to negotiate their sexual boundaries, and construct the meaning of sexual experiences in a context of heavy alcohol use. Methods: The data stems from a large scale research project at the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research, Aarhus University, which included interviews with young Danes between the ages of In the present study, we primarily use narratives from 33 in-depth interviews with young women, who recall their personal sexual experiences with men in the context of heavy alcohol use. Results: We find that these young women make meaning of their sexual experiences in relation to friends through a negotiation of their emotional response as well as dominant gender norms.
She was also the recipient of the Jackie Kirk Fellowship. Sex education in Canadian schools continues to be highly politicized and young people are paying the price. In many Canadian classrooms, factors like inadequate teacher training and discomfort impact what topics are addressed or avoided. Unfortunately, these circumstances mean that youth may not get the information they need to engage in healthy, positive sexual relationships.