SASH Admin

Welcome to the SASH Blog

SASH is proud to present information on sexual health and problematic sexual behavior (PSB) written by our members. Our blog is dedicated to providing new views on what is happening in our field which includes a wide variety of interests and specialties. Our blog provides easy to read, up to date, cutting edge information that is aimed to help clinicians, clients, consumers, and coaches stay on top of what is new in the field of sexual health.

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The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH) sponsors this blog for the purpose of furthering dialog in the field of problematic sexual behaviors and their treatment. Blog authors are encouraged to share their thoughts and share their knowledge. However, SASH does not necessarily endorse the content or conclusions of bloggers.

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risky business, mental health month, sex addiction

Risky Business in May

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critical porn analysis

Critical Porn Analysis versus Porn Literacy

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March 16, 2017
masturbation, recovery, prostate cancer

Masturbation, Recovery and Sexual Health

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porn age restrictions

Does Porn Need an Age Verification? Interview with an Expert

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