APA Handbook of Sexuality and Psychology, Vol. 2: Contextual Approaches. 2014
DOI: 10.1037/14194-008
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Abstract: Sexual rights broadly refers to the freedoms, opportunities, and protections for individuals, groups, and communities to engage in sexual self-expression, develop healthy sexualities, and have those diverse sexualities accepted by society (Tolman, 2006). These rights include equal access to sex education, romantic relationships, and the socioecological contexts to achieve them free of violence, discrimination, and harassment. These rights also include having the resources and support to produce empirical knowl… Show more

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“…As a nonviolent act that can be consensual, prostitution should be decriminalized, rather than serve as an axis of arrest disparity and an excuse for investigative inaction of assaults perpetrated against transwomen. If sex work were a regulated industry, it would allow transwomen and others to exercise their practice-and relationship-based sexual rights (Graham and Padilla 2013); organize to protect themselves from violence, sexually transmitted infections, discrimination, arbitrary arrest; and serve as a source of tax revenue.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As a nonviolent act that can be consensual, prostitution should be decriminalized, rather than serve as an axis of arrest disparity and an excuse for investigative inaction of assaults perpetrated against transwomen. If sex work were a regulated industry, it would allow transwomen and others to exercise their practice-and relationship-based sexual rights (Graham and Padilla 2013); organize to protect themselves from violence, sexually transmitted infections, discrimination, arbitrary arrest; and serve as a source of tax revenue.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An intersectional approach to COVID-19's impact reveals disparities in power, exposing decades of health and social inequalities, and revealing that those who belong to poorer and conflict zones may be enable to protect themselves from the virus, and their access to sexual and reproductive health may be unwarranted 21 . The clinical approach in the context of sexual health needs to take intersection into account and acknowledge that different identities (e.g., sexual minorities) may experience different forms of social injustice, namely unbalanced access to sexual health services or lack of attention to sexual rights 22,23 . Indeed, the reorganization of health services to assist COVID-19 may negatively impact the availability of sexual and reproductive health services, including access to safe interruption of unplanned pregnancies, especially in sexual diverse populations 24 .…”
Section: J O U R N a L P R E -P R O O Fmentioning
confidence: 99%
“… 21 The clinical approach in the context of sexual health needs to take intersection into account and acknowledge that different identities (eg, sexual minorities) may experience different forms of social injustice, namely unbalanced access to sexual health services or lack of attention to sexual rights. 22 , 23 Indeed, the reorganization of health services to assist COVID-19 may negatively impact the availability of sexual and reproductive health services, including access to safe interruption of unplanned pregnancies, especially in sexual diverse populations. 24 Sexual health professionals are better positioned than other professionals to make sure sexual rights are respected during pandemic times “as health-care providers are often not encouraged or sufficiently trained to feel comfortable providing services, which place pleasure or rights at the center of their engagement with clients”.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%