WHO Speaks About The Value Of Pleasure In Sexual Health Interventions

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The World Health Organization (WHO) will on Monday February 14, explore the role of sexual pleasure in sexual and regenerative health and rights (SRHR) programming. The Valentine’s Day technical webinar will:

  1. Explore the role of sexual pleasure as an often overlooked but integral part of sexual health and wellbeing.
  2. Present new evidence from a systematic review and meta-analysis which explored whether SRHR interventions which incorporate sexual pleasure have better outcomes than those that do not; and
  3. Spotlight SRHR programmes from around the world for an example of what ‘pleasure-inclusive’ interventions looks like in practice.

The organization is inviting all Participants to share their experiences and ask questions during a Q&A with the moderators.

Panelists will discuss the reason why SRHR programs need to address pleasure if they are to further improve sexual and reproductive wellbeing and health.

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The virtual coffee talk will present the discoveries from a recently published precise audit and meta-analysis to show how interventions which incorporate sexual pleasure can have better SRHR outcomes than those that do not.

Meanwhile, the organization is working on definition of sexual health emphasises a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, one that cannot be separated from sexual well-being.

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