Women as Lovers:
Sex through the life cycle: Do we (they) expect too much?
Sexuality is a core part of being human. And yet, it is one of the most challenging topics for us to discuss with our health care providers, partners, and friends. For women, the perimenopause and postmenopause years represent a time of unique challenges for maintaining our sexual health. This interactive session will feature a panel of health providers who will focus on the social, cultural, medical and psychological influences on women's sexual health during this phase of life. We hope you will join us for what promises to be a stimulating conversation.
Angela Dempsey, MD, MPH
Gweneth Lazenby, MD
Linda Austin, MD
Sue Ellen Hawkins
Darlene Shaw, PhD
Join us Wednesday, Jan, 13 at 6 pm on the MUSC Campus at the Basic Science Auditorium
Event and parking are free (parking available at Ashley-Rutledge garage)
To register, please call 792-5817
Additional Sponsors: Skirt! Magazine and Wachovia Bank
Food provided by Whole Foods