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Ardmore, PA (May 18, 2017) Recent neurological research supports existence of disorders due to addictive sexual behavior says The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health. As part of Mental Health Month The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH) has published a position paper (see below) on the issue of diagnostic categories around a variety of problematic sexual health disorders including pornography and sex addiction. (read the full press release...)
SASH Petition to Psychology Today
Ardmore, PA (October 26, 2016) The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH) and the International Institute on Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) have just sent a petition with some 735 signatures and additional letters and other supporting items to the officers and editors of Psychology Today. (read more, sign the petition here...)
New studies by medical doctors in Europe and the US raise concerns
Ardmore, PA (September 1st 2016) The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health cautions that doctors in Europe and the United States are concerned about the possible effects of internet porn use on men’s sexual health.
Two journals released articles last month suggesting that sexual dysfunctions during partnered sex, such as difficulty climaxing (delayed ejaculation and anorgasmia), unreliable or absent erections (erectile dysfunction), and problematic low sexual desire for partnered sex, may be associated with internet porn use, and therefore often reversible with a change in (read the full press release...)
Attend the upcoming SASH conference to learn about problematic sexual behavior
Ardmore, PA (September 5, 2016) Former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner is just one of many high-profile politicians like Mark Sanford, Gary Hart and Bill Clinton to name but a few, who has become more famous for his sexual behavior than for his political judgment. Sadly, problematic sexual behaviors afflict more than just politicians. It is a problem that goes to (read the full press release...)