If this many women have a sexual dysfunction, is it even a dysfunction?

“While we are consistently deprived of useful, relevant, and meaningful information about women’s motivations for sex, how sex works from a pleasure perspective (and not a reproduction perspective), and the tools to manage the anxiety associated with the discomfort we feel about discussing sex, we are left open to interventions that reinforce big pharma, false narrative of “normal” and not pleasure, connection, sensuality, or eroticism,” New York City based therapist, Cyndi Darnell, says.