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Older women and sexuality ... are we still just talking lube?  
http://www.cwhn.ca/en/networkmagazine/olderwomenandsexuality

Discusses an array of sexual health issues facing older women and looks at the false assumptions society makes about older women’s sexual lives.

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Published: Summer 2012
Gender dimensions of HIV status disclosure to sexual partners: rates, barriers and outcomes for women  
http://www.who.int/gender/documents/women_and_girls/9241590734/en/index.html

The purpose of this document is to synthesize the current information available on HIV status disclosure in terms of the rates, barriers and outcomes of HIV status disclosure among HIV-infected individuals. Particular emphasis is placed on women’s experiences with disclosure to sexual partners. Through a comprehensive review of the literature and a solicitation of experiences and input from researchers and practitioners in the field, the report aims to identify the major barriers and describe programmatic and policy strategies that have been adopted to address these barriers and support women through the disclosure process. The report ends with a section on recommendations for ways to move forward to increase disclosure rates and the support available to women who would like to disclose their HIV status to their sexual partners safely.

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Published: January 2003
Assisted Human Reproduction: Getting a clearer picture  
http://www.cwhn.ca/PDF/FQPN-CWHN-ART-final.pdf

The goal of this brochure is to raise collective awareness of the issues involved with assisted reproductive technologies in terms of health, certainly, but also in terms of social, economic and ethical issues.

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Published: 2008
European Guidelines: Experts say sexuality education should start from birth  
http://www.cwhn.ca/sites/default/files/WHO_BZgA_Standards[1].pdf

These guidelines were developed by a group of 20 experts from 9 European countries under the guidance of the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe. They provide step-by-step instructions and a detailed matrix to support health and education professionals in their efforts to guarantee children accurate and sensitively presented information about sexuality.

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Published: October 2010
Still doing it: the intimate lives of women over 60  
http://stilldoingit.com/

This book explores the lives of older women. Partnered, single, straight, gay, black and white nine extraordinary women, age 67-87, express with startling honesty and humor how they feel about themselves, sexuality and love in later life and the poignant realities of aging. This was also made into a movie.

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Published: 2010
Kiss me deadly  
http://www.thehealthyaboriginal.net/comics/KMD.pdf

A sexual health comic book that covers a range of issues, from respect and communication in relationships, to pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, two-spirit people and sexual health as a career or youth led project.

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Published: 2011
Montreal Health Press collection  
http://archive.org/search.php?query=collection%3Acanadianmuseumforhumanrights&sort=-publicdate&page=1

The publications that make up the archives of the Montreal Health Press, scanned by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, and now available online. 

The first publication of the MHP was the Birth Control Handbook, published in 1968  when it was illegal to give out information about contraception in Canada. This and subsequent guides to the successful use of birth control methods have influenced and helped generations of women and men for over 40 years.

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