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Sexologies

Sexologies

Sexologies, french-speaking Journal of sexology and Sexual Health, is the official journal of the Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Association of Sexology (Aius). It is dedicated to the publication of scientific literature - biomedical sciences, human and social sciences - and clinical literature on issues related to sexualities: sexual functions and dysfunctions, sexual satisfaction, sexual behaviour, gender identities, sexual medicine, public health, sociology and history of sexualities, history, etc. It aims to be a high-level scientific journal of sexology, open to the plurality of methodological and theoretical models, and oriented towards sexological practices - health care, medico-social and educational - in the countries of the French-speaking world.

As a support for training and continuous development, its ambition is to enable professionals in the field in French-speaking countries to benefit from the latest developments in French-speaking and international scientific sexology in a multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspective. The current state of French-speaking sexology is thus approached through the prism of medical, psychological, social, societal, legal and ethical news in order to promote exchanges between researchers, clinicians and other professionals.

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Volume 32, issue 1, March 2023

Éditorial

En accès libre New perspectives for the journal, a response to the challenges of francophone sexology?
Brice Gouvernet, Françoise Adam
Free Access

I. Acteurs et praticiens du champ de la santé sexuelle

Article Actors in sexual health: why we should worry about it, why all together, and who does what: an update from the Aius association (Part 1)
Pierre Bondil

Article Assessing and understanding reproductive coercion on women: an explorative study among health professionals in Belgium
Firuzan Tas, Charline Equeter, Françoise Adam

II. Usagers et problématiques des services de sexologie

Article Sexual function of women living with bladder exstophy-epispasdias complex: Review of the literature and clinical implications
Élise Dubuc, Michelle S. Gérard, Frédérique Courtois

Article Sexual function of women living with bladder exstrophy-epispasdias complex: Review of the literature and clinical implications
Élise Dubuc, Michelle S. Gérard, Frédérique Courtois

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