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Women’s History Month: It’s Time to Talk About Sex

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It’s Women’s History Month and we are looking forward to all the events and books that celebrate the impact that women have on the world. In addition to bringing you the latest pop culture news and reviews where women are the focus, this month, we are also going to share with you some of the best BookTrib articles of the past that celebrate women and diversity.  Today, we feature this piece from April 24th, 2014 about why it’s time women begin talking about sex and reproductive health.  Men who deal with sexual issues or dysfunctions have a host of pharmaceutical options available to them, and doctors who are ever-willing to pull out their prescription pads. Women, on the other hand, are more likely to…

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Women, it’s time to start talking about sex!

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Men who deal with sexual issues or dysfunctions have a host of pharmaceutical options available to them, and doctors who are ever-willing to pull out their prescription pads. Women, on the other hand, are more likely to be told to schedule a date with their husbands, or take a bubble bath. That is, if women can even bring themselves to ask their doctors about their sexual issues. Many women simply remain silent on this topic, despite the fact that almost half of all women experience unpleasant or downright painful sex. Dr. Lauren Streicher wants to help. Her new book, Love Sex Again: A Gynecologist Finally Fixes the Issues That Are Sabotaging Your Sex Life (HarperCollins, April 22), aims to answer…

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