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Sex-Related Questions

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Sex-Related Questions

International Black Women for Wages for Housework / Est. 1975
Asian Women's Fund / Est. 1995
Next Genderation Network / Est. 1998
Women in Dialogue / Est. 1975
Pacific Women's Bureau / Est. 1982
Informal Working Group on Gender and Trade
Gender Research on Urbanization, Planning, Housing and Everyday Life / Est. 1991
Asia Pacific Network of Sex Workers
Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies / Est. 2002
International Forum for Sexuality and Disability / Est. 1980
Association of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Psychologists / Est. 1990
European Association against Violence against Women at Work / Est. 1985
Institut européen de sexoanalyse / Est. 1994
Collectif 95 Maghreb égalité / Est. 1992
International Society on Impotence / Est. 1983
African Federation for Sexual Health and Rights / Est. 2002
The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation / Est. 2009
European Sexual Health Alliance
World Congress of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Jews / Est. 1980
Associated Country Women of the World / Est. 1930
European Gender Research Laboratory
Caribbean Association for Reproductive and Sexual Health / Est. 1993
Nordic Association for Clinical Sexology / Est. 1978
KARAT Coalition / Est. 1997
Rutgers Foundation

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World Problems relating to Sex-Related Questions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Abuse of tourism for sexual purposes
Sexual molestation of children
Sexual torture
Discrimination against women in politics
Unseemly public displays of affection
Enforced celibacy
Sexual exploitation
Sexual harassment in the working place
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Deception between sexual partners
Sexually segregated schools
Unsafe sex
Exploitation of the prostitution of others
Sexual deviation
Violation of rights of transsexuals
Sexual discrimination
Juvenile prostitution
Lack of celibacy
Sexual impotence of men

Action Strategies relating to Sex-Related Questions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting chaste living for youth
Abstaining from sex
Campaigning against childhood genital mutilation
Advancing interests of women
Correcting gender bias in policy-making
Combatting sexual abuse in countries of refugee asylum
Educating about safe sex practices
Teaching about sexuality
Establishing equal opportunity for women in employment
Providing reproductive health counselling for adolescents
Protecting sexual and reproductive health
Dealing with victims of rape
Combatting sexual harassment in the workplace
Countering sexual exploitation of children
Publicizing information on gender issues
Combatting sexual abuse in countries of refugee origin
Researching gender issues
Establishing cultural expectations of gender functions
Using sexual wholeness ministries
Using positive discrimination
Assisting victims of sexual violence
Publicizing family planning methods
Promoting adolescent reproductive health awareness
Publishing materials about adolescent sexuality
Giving attention to sexual health of women

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