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.


Volume 32, issue 3, Septembre 2023


En accès libre Is sexual health an international issue?
Brice Gouvernet, Françoise Adam
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Article Sexual dysfunction in patients with schizophrenia: Associated factors and relationship to quality of life
Najeh Smaoui, Wissem Masmoudi, Asma Guermazi, Imen Sellami, Rim Feki, Imen Gassara, Nada Charfi, Jihen Ben Thabet, Lobna Zouari, Mohamed Maalej, Sana Omri, Manel Maalej Bouali

Article Parental stress, relationship satisfaction and sexual satisfaction in mothers and fathers
Stella Gurreri, Lolita Frésard, Alison Paradis, Natacha Godbout

Article Sexuality among Tunisian women treated for breast cancer
Wafa Abbes, Sondes Bader, Sourour Fallah, Samir Aloulou


Article The impact of sexual dysfunction in people with schizophrenic disorder treated with antipsychotics: a review of the literature
Louise Michaudel, Jonathan Biglietto

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