How important are self-perceptions of genital appearance for sexual wellbeing?

Natalie Centner

Genital image concerns are a prevalent issue in many Western societies. However, little is actually known about the importance of genital self-perceptions for an individual's sexual wellbeing. An online study was conducted to examine the relationships between genital image and various aspects of sexual wellbeing, as well as whether these relationships are mediated by genital self-consciousness during sexual activity.  The analyses were compared across gender and sexual orientation. 

 

 

The 6th Multidisciplinary Sexual Dysfunction Biennial Conference,
Recorded in Sydney, Australia on 25 - 27 April 2014
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Natalie Centner

Natalie Centner is nearing the completion of her PhD in psychology at Deakin University. She is interested in sexual health research and her thesis focuses on factors associated with genital image and self-perceptions of sexual attractiveness, including comparisons across gender and sexual orientation.

Co-authors: Prof. Marita McCabe: Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.
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