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The CSPH contributes to the public and professional conversations regarding sexuality through a variety of methods.

  • We offer commentary on popular news stories through news outlets on sexual health, sexual behaviors, relationships and sexual freedom issues.
  • We have had articles written by our staff and board members published in professional, peer-reviewed journals.
  • We provide reviews for books and documentaries.



motifMotif Magazine

“Sex Q&A” 

As we’re a regular contributing voice to Motif, a variety of different writings can be found on the link above, mostly written by Yvonne Yu and Gypsy S. Vidal.



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“Pansexuality and Bisexuality – What’s the Difference?”

Kimberly Jackson, July 2014


jsmThe Journal of Sexual Medicine

“Sexuality and Sexual Pleasure After Sexual Assault.”

Megan Andelloux and Talia Daglieri, October 2013



hotandfastHot and Fast: Sexy, Spontaneous Quickies for Passionate Orgasms

Megan Andelloux, September 2012




Woodhull Sexual Freedom Report

“Sexual Health Education and Policy in Medical Schools: The Importance of Incorporating Basic Human Rights into Medical Education and Training.” September 2011.

The CSPH writes about the importance of incorporating basic human rights into medical education and training.


Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Human Sexuality

William Taverner, Ryan McKee, & Megan Andelloux. September 2011.

Megan Andelloux argues that the benefits of porn on American society outweigh the questionable consequences.



Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud About Senior Sex

Joan Price and Megan Andelloux, July 2011, pg. 363. 

Megan Andelloux gives advice on how to properly choose your lubrication products.





Nursing for Women’s Health Journal, Products for Sexual Lubrication, Understanding and Addressing Options With Your Patient

Megan Andelloux, June/July 2011, pp 253-257. 

Megan Andelloux discusses the causes of vaginal dryness and a patient’s options for artificial lubrication.



Teaching Safer Sex: Securing the Back Door

Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey & Megan Andelloux, May 2012

Megan Andelloux provides a lesson plan on how to teach about anal sex in a manner that is sex positive, age appropriate and medically accurate. This is a lesson plan that can be used for individuals who want to learn how to answer many questions teens and adults have regarding anal behaviors and health.


The Journal for Sexual Medicine

“Summit on Medical School Education in Sexual Health: Report of an Expert Consultation”

Megan Andelloux participated in a summit which discussed and provided strategies to improve medical school education in sexual health.