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[Comment] Detangling and detailing sexual health in the SDG era

Sexual health, as an area of health and as a concept, has evolved during the past 40 years. WHO’s earliest deliberations on sexual health, in 1974, urged a positive approach to human sexuality, with an emphasis on pleasure, the enhancement of personal relationships, and the right to information.1 Subsequent considerations described the concept in terms of its relation with reproductive health. The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) positioned sexual health as a subset of reproductive health.