Sexuality for Women
Arkansas Spinal Cord CommissionThe Arkansas Spinal Cord Commission offers a Female Sexuality and Spinal Cord Injury fact sheet.
Center for Research on Women with DisabilitiesThe Center for Research on Women with Disabilities (CROWD) focuses on issues related to health (including reproduction and sexuality), aging, civil rights, abuse, and independent living.
Center for Research on Women with DisabilitiesProvides web pages on abuse related to women with disabilities.
New Female SexualityThis link provides part one of Paraplegia News' two part series on women’s sexuality, written by Dr. Stanley Ducharme, a clinical psychologist in the Departments of Rehabilitation Medicine and Urology at Boston University Medical Center.
New Female Sexuality, pt. 2This link leads to part two of Dr. Stanley Ducharme's series on women’s sexuality, from Paraplegia News
NewSheNewShe is a website for women seeking help with sexual function problems such as lack of desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm, and pain.
University of Washington School of MedicineProvides some details on bladder health.
University of Washington School of MedicineThe University of Washington School of Medicine/Department of Rehabilitation Medicine provides a fact sheet on female sexuality after spinal cord injury.
University of Washington School of MedicineMaintains a very useful site with information on skin care and other health topics.
University of Washington School of MedicineThe University of Washington School of Medicine's Department of Rehabilitation Medicine offers details on bowel management.
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