Title

Women's Sexual Health Rights in Egypt

Publication Name

Journal of International Women's Studies

Abstract

The Egyptian youth makes up 60% of the Egyptian population. Accessing proper reproductive health information still continues to be one of the main issues that the youth in Egypt faces, especially the unmarried fragment. This situation is largely due to religious conservatism. Because this issue remains a taboo, information on STI's, FGM, contraception, sexual consent and other sexual health-related issues remain very limited. Private hospitals and clinics in Egypt do not offer youth-friendly services and only focuses on activities that would generate income (antenatal care and delivery). The lack of knowledge leads curious young adults to refer to online sources that reflect sexual health inaccurately and inappropriately which puts women and girls at particular risk.

Open Access Status

This publication is not available as open access

Volume

23

Issue

1

First Page

1

Last Page

9

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