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New Campus Law Redefines Sexual Assault

Steph Auteri

A new law aimed at college campuses has redefined the concept of sexual violence, expanding its definition to include dating violence, stalking, and same-sex assaults.

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New Legislation Would Improve Access to Emergency Contraception For Rape Victims

Steph Auteri

New legislation introduced in the Senate this past Tuesday would require federally funded hospitals—under Medicare or Medicaid—to provide emergency contraception to rape victims who request it. A group of Democrats are backing this legislation, titled the "Emergency Contraception Access and Education Act of 2014." 

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Summer 2014: AASECT Congratulates Those Who Have Been Recently Certified

Steph Auteri

AASECT congratulates the following members on their new certifications:

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Disabled Students Not Receiving Adequate Sexual Education

Steph Auteri

Previous blog posts on AASECT Express have highlighted the ways in which sexual education across the United States is lacking, oftentimes because of legislation that limits access to more a comprehensive sex education.

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Sexual Orientation Still Being Pathologized

Steph Auteri

The World Health Organisation recently released a report detailing the extent to which sexual orientation and gender expression/gender identity are pathologized in The International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems.

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Half Of Young Women Don't Understand Their Own Anatomy

Steph Auteri

Half of young British women don’t understand the basic anatomy of their vaginas, reports the Eve Appeal, a women's cancer charity.

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Anal Sex Study Reveals Frequent Instances of Coercion

Steph Auteri

Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, in a study led by Dr.

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Sex Ed Textbook Labeled As Pornography

Steph Auteri

It was only last month that we posted about the results of a study indicating that sex ed should start sooner. Yet parents of high school-aged kids — the typical starting age for sex education — are still pushing back against sex-related educational materials.

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Sexual Dysfunction Experienced By Those Who Survived Childhood Cancer

Steph Auteri

Earlier this year, we ran a piece in Contemporary Sexuality on how chronic illness can affect sexual functioning.

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Why Sex Education Must Start Sooner

Steph Auteri

Considering the theme of AASECT's recent Summer Institute — "Is Sex Good for Adolescence?" — the publication of a recent study on sex education for adolescents in Global Public Health: An International

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