If you have to find a way out of a situation where someone is pressuring you, or if something happens that you didn’t consent to, it is not your fault.
It doesn't seem that there's a room in Hollywood that hasn't been touched by the shadow of Harvey Weinstein's fall and the tsunami of testimonials about industry sexual harassment, assault and intimidation that have followed.
Perpetrators of sexual violence often use tactics, such as guilt or intimidation, to pressure a person into something they do not want to do.
It can be upsetting, frightening, or uncomfortable if you find yourself in this situation.
So, when a murderers' row of showrunners gathered Tuesday afternoon, it was naturally the elephant in the room.
"The industry we work in is very visible," said 's Alan Yang, one of five writer-producers speaking at a Hollywood Radio and Television Society luncheon at the Beverly Hilton.
None seemed confident enough to say that this could signal a sea change — but Yang at least offered up his take on how to move forward. That's one of the ways we can start changing ...
"Let's be allies to people who are speaking out," he said. I wouldn't be so pollyanna-ish to say it's going to end now, but at least we're exposing the beginning of it." Barris, who admitted he regrets not doing more to be part of the conversation before all of the news broke, also noted that the issue is worsened by the current political climate.
Researchers still are investigating the benefits of hormones and other medications, including sildenafil (Viagra), to treat sexual dysfunction in women.
The loss of estrogen following menopause can lead to changes in a woman’s sexual functioning.
These changes may include a loss of desire, and decreased vaginal lubrication and genital sensation.
These problems may be associated with the hormonal changes that occur with the loss of the uterus and ovaries.
Sexual dysfunction refers to a problem during any phase of the sexual response cycle that prevents the individual or couple from experiencing satisfaction from the sexual activity.