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Free Communications (Oral Presentations)

Oral Podium Presentations will be granted 7 minutes to present the study, followed by 2–3 minutes for Q&A or discussion.

Speakers’ Ready Room

Speakers’ Ready Room (room no. 333) is located on the 3rd floor.

  • Please submit your slides in the Speakers’ Ready Room at least 1 ½ hour before the beginning of your session. If your presentation has been scheduled for the first session in the morning, kindly submit them one day before the day of your presentation.
  • Your own notebook is allowed to be used for the presentation; please discuss with the technician onsite on this possibility, well ahead of your presentation.
  • During your lecture, you will be using the Remote Control to facilitate the progress of your presentation.
  • All speakers are kindly requested to keep to the allocated time for their presentation.

Opening Hours of the Speakers’ Ready Room

Saturday, 25 July 8:00–17:00
Sunday, 26 July 8:00–17:00
Monday, 27 July 8:00–17:00
Tuesday, 28 July 8:00–17:00

Saturday, 25 July, 14:00–15:00, Room 334

Chair: Pedro Nobre (Portugal)

SMS: An Effective Way to Break the Silence in Conservative settings

Qadeer Baig (Pakistan)

Experience and meaning of genital symptoms to people in Britain: Findings from the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal-3)

Fiona Mapp (United Kingdom)

Intervention-end outcomes for Guy2Guy, a text messaging-based HIV prevention program for gay, bisexual, and queer adolescent men

Michele Ybarra (United States)

Celebrating 20 Years: Lessons Learned from the Decriminalisation of Sex Work in Australia

Zahra Stardust (Australia)

Biopsychosocial changes to sexuality for transgender individuals undergoing hormone therapy in Western Australia

Jessica Cleasby (Australia)

Saturday, 25 July, 14:00–15:00, Room 335

Chair: B Srilatha (Singapore)

An Internet based Study about Sexual Life and the Attitudes of Korean Women in 2014: The comparison with the results of 2004

Byunghun Min (South Korea)

Girls' Peer Sex Counseling in Online Discussion Forums

Nicola Doering (Germany)

Sexual Behaviour and Satisfaction in Finnish Heterosexual Women

Margita Sundstedt (Finland)

Injecting Blood Components for Penile Enlargement

Channappa Sharath Kumar (India)

Development of an innovative rights-based policy template for disability, sexuality & relationships

Tim Bavinton (Australia)

Saturday, 25 July, 15:30–17:00, Room 335

Chairs: Doortje Braeken (the Netherlands) & Tommi Paalanen (Finland)

Life between two genders: A Photovoice approach of been intersexual in Mexico

Enriqueta Valdez-Curiel (Mexico)

Abortion Stigma in West Africa and South Asia: Establishing Baseline Levels of Community Stigma

Doortje Braeken (United Kingdom)

Australian attitudes about heterosexual power relations when women participate in sex tourism

Hilary Caldwell (Australia)

Social construction of men’s sexual health concerns

Sharful Islam Khan (Bangladesh)

Dirty, disgusting but not always deviant: an exploration of the complex narratives and perceptions about HIV and STIs in Britain

Fiona Mapp (United Kingdom)

Is sexual desire meaningful for women? Women's perspective on the meaning, function, and role of sexual desire

Elisabeth Mayawati (Indonesia)

‘Futures Without Violence’: Understanding Violence for Pakistani Women

Qadeer Baig (Pakistan)

A comparison of the Impacts of Intimate Partner Violence when Sexual Violence is or is not experienced

Marika Guggisberg (Australia)

Busting the Myth of Sexual Objectification

Tommi Paalanen (Finland)

Mindfulness and Sex Therapy

Marita McCabe (Australia)

Sunday, 26 July, 13:30–15:00, Room 335

Chairs: Susan Jane Sinclair Logan (Singapore) & Reiko Ohkawa (Japan)

Sexual activity of a women with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser Syndrome (MRKH Syndrome) – preliminary study

Maria Beisert (Poland)

Are young Japanese having less sex? The Celibacy Syndrome in Japan – clinical and cultural phenomenon in sexuality counselling or media theory? The implications for the sexual health professionals based on the quantitative study

Dariusz Skowronski (Japan)

Female sexual dysfunction as a cause of infertility

Reiko Ohkawa (Japan)

Sexual Functions During Pregnancy to One Year Post Delivery in Japanese Couples

Tomoko Saotome (Japan)

Association between mode of delivery and postpartum sexual functioning in Primiparous Women in Ciptomangunkusumo National General Hospital

Muhammad Anwar Irzan (Indonesia)

Changes in sexual function of women with breast cancer

Gustavo Maximiliano Dutra Da Silva (Brazil)

Overview of the most prevalent metabolic syndrome component causing more sexual dysfunction in postmenopausal women

Gustavo Maximiliano Dutra Da Silva (Brazil)

The prediction of women's sexual dysfunctions based on parents' sexual training patterns, personality of women, marital and sexual satisfaction

Ghasem Naziri (Iran)

“A smile on my face”: Women’s descriptions of sexual satisfaction

Madalena Grobbelaar (Australia)

Sunday, 26 July, 15:30–17:00, Room 334

Chairs: Deepak Jumani (India) & Lau Lang Chu (Singapore)

India is the Erectile Dysfunction Capital of the World

Deepak Jumani (India)

Lowering of Intima Media Thickness (IMT) in patients with erectile dysfunction, after daily treatment with a natural compound

Giuseppe Romeo (Italy)

The impact of stress urinary incontinence on sexual function in a Malaysian population

Renly Lim (Malaysia)

Androlife Campaign: andrologists and psychosexologists in team- premature ejaculation, the main sexual dysfunction diagnosed in young men

Vilma Duretto (Italy)

Hyperhomocysteinemia and sexual dissatisfaction: A clinical observation in neurological disorder patients

Wei-Hsi Chen (Taiwan)

Sexuality six years after stroke – experiences, coping and communication with health care professionals

Marie Nilsson (Sweden)

The relationship between Personality character and Sexual desire of Methadone replacement therapy in heroin dependence subjects

Chia-Chang Chien (Taiwan)

The Role of Attachment Styles, and Parental Bonding in Sexual Addiction

Sareh Behzadi Pour (Iran)

Sunday, 26 July, 15:30–17:00, Room 335

Chairs: Osmo Kontula (Finland) & Margaret Redelman (Australia)

Reaching gay, bisexual, and queer adolescent males: Development and refinement of an online recruitment strategy

Tonya Prescott (United States)

Beta test results of Guy2Guy: an mHealth HIV prevention program for sexual minority adolescents males

Tonya Prescott (United States)

The association between Internet use and sexual attitudes and behaviors of the secondary school students in Bangkok

Nitinai Thonglua (Thailand)

The Prevalence and Probable Impact of Childhood and Adolescent Sexual Experiences in Japan: separately analyzing wanted, unwanted, and coerced incidents

Philip Tromovitch (Japan)

Ethical considerations of test messaging-based interventions with a vulnerable population: Gay, bisexual, and queer teen men

Michele Ybarra (United States)

The relationship between sexual self-concept and attachment style in married women

Tayebe Ziaei (Iran)

Internet: pros and cons in the affective relationships

Sheila Reis (Brazil)

Forensic Sexology: The Missing Link in the Investigation of Sexual Abuse in the Mexican Judicial System

Sergio Antonio Rueda Anthony Wheeler (Mexico)

Monday, 27 July, 13:30–15:00, Room 335

Chairs: Helen Ginger Bush (United States) & Vesna Dramusic (Singapore)

The Sexual Mind and Its Faces

Domenico Trotta (Italy)

A training modality assisting in the understanding of sexual identity and fluidity

Delene Van Dyk (South Africa)

We know more than what you think: Parents understanding, through their children’s drawing, the importance of sexual education

Enriqueta Valdez-Curiel (Mexico)

Young adult outcomes of early sexual behaviour

Laura Prendergast (Australia)

Recent legal recognition of transgender people as “separate gender”: Challenges ahead

Sharful Islam Khan (Bangladesh)

Survey on Identity styles in patients with gender identity disorder in Fars

Ghasem Naziri (Iran)

Analyzes of all gender dysphoria persons attending Stª Maria university hospital gender unit

Rui Xavier-Vieira (Portugal)

How to Avoid Professional Sexual Misconduct: Sexual Attraction in Psychotherapeutic Relationships

Helen Ginger Bush (United States)

A comparative analysis of understandings of sexual behaviour among key stakeholders in UK secondary schools

Beverley Yamamoto (Japan)

Identity and Sexuality – Stories from Individuals Who Identify as X-Gender in Japan

Sonja Pf Dale (Japan)

Monday, 27 July, 15:30–17:00, Room 335

Chairs: Kyoko Yamanaka (Japan) & Luis Perelman (Mexico)

Be clear about sex!

Wijnand Van Der Werf (The Netherlands)

Engaging, practical and empowering: Sexuality and relationships education at Curtin University, Australia that supports pre-service teachers

Jacqueline Hendriks (Australia)

Sexuality Education and Sexual Prejudice: Perspectives from Chinese Teachers in Hong Kong

Diana K. Kwok (Hong Kong)

Do more educated people have less sexual dysfunctions: A population study

Hamdi Nezih Dagdeviren (Turkey)

Young Lesbians' Peer Sex Education on YouTube

Nicola Doering (Germany)

The prevalence of mental disorders among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) In Baghdad

Hafidh Farhan (Iraq)

A controlled study of depression and suicidal ideation among homosexual students in Nigeria

Olakunle Oginni (Nigeria)

Sexual Intrusive Thoughts in Patients with Obssesive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Firoozeh Raisi (Iran)

The Analysis of Psycho-social Problems that People with HIV/AIDS Experienced after HAART in Japan

Kyoko Yamanaka (Japan)

Tuesday, 28 July, 13:30–15:00, Room 335

Chairs: Johannes Soedjono (Indonesia) & Lim Kok Bin (Singapore)

Photovoice: A Capacity Building Experience for Sexual Health Promoters Working With Adolescent in Puerto Rico

Maria Del C. Santos-Ortiz (Puerto Rico)

Why People Go to Commercial Sex Workers

Arunkumar Subbian (India)

Sex with commercial sex workers among adolescents attending a public STI clinic in Singapore

Junice Ys Ng (Singapore)

Partnerships that effectively inform prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and blood-borne viruses (BBVs): A case study from Western Australia

Maryanne Doherty (Australia)

Distribution of Socially hazardous infection HIV/AIDS and STIs among Internally displaced people in Georgia

Nino Gulua (Georgia)

Erectile dysfunction and comorbid conditions: An analysis of 8690 cases

Kunjappan Promodu (India)

Categorization of erectile dysfunction based on the penile colour duplex Doppler ultrasound

Kunjappan Promodu (India)

Erectile Dysfunction and Depression: A Neurobiological Overview

Taufik Tiji Wijaya (Indonesia)

Successful reversal of intractable sexual headache by renin antagonist

Wei-Hsi Chen (Taiwan)

Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder as a Dissociative Trauma Related Condition Treated with Brainspotting – a Successful Case Report

Patricia Mattos (Brazil)

Tuesday, 28 July, 15:30–16:30, Room 334

Chair: Saroj Jayant Gumaste (India)

The effects of sexual stereotypes on clinical practice

Antonio Prunas (Italy)

Why don’t mental health workers talk about sexual health with consumers? Starting the conversation using online learning

Georgina Livingstone (Australia)

Talking about periods: Strategies for supporting girls and women with intellectual disability

Georgina Livingstone (Australia)

The Sexual and Marital Satisfaction in intercultural Western-Japanese committed romantic relationships. The implications for sex therapy and couple counselling based on the qualitative study.

Dariusz Skowronski (Japan)

Prevalence and Risk Factors of Female Sexual Dysfunction in Korean Women: 10 Year Follow-up Internet-Based Survey

Hyojin Shin (South Korea)

Tuesday, 28 July, 15:30–16:30, Room 335

Chairs: Yuko Higashi (Japan) & Zhong Wei Huang (Singapore)

Feelings of Enjoyment and Happiness, and associations with Sexual Self Concepts and Contraceptive use among urban youth in Norway

Ann K. Valle (Norway)

A Study of Love Schemas, Affinity-seeking and Reactions to a Romantic Break-up of Senior High and Vocational School Students in Taiwan

Chee Khiong Chew (Taiwan)

Sexuality in deaf adolescent girls

Hamid Mehrabi Kolibiki (France)

Importance of adolescents’ attitudes towards contraception, early parenthood and abortion

Jacqueline Hendriks (Australia)

Demographic characteristics of 400 women from Ireland and the Philippines who completed the online consultation form of the telemedical abortion service Women on Web

Marlies Schellekens (The Netherlands)

15 years WomenonWaves/Web: from safe abortion hotlines to telemedical service (What will be the future for South East Asia?)

Marlies Schellekens (The Netherlands)