Journal article

Sexual Functioning in Men With and Without Disabilities: Findings From a Representative Sample of Australian Men

Anne-Marie Bollier, Tania King, Tom Shakespeare, Jane Hocking, Anne Kavanagh

Journal of Sexual Medicine | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2019


INTRODUCTION: Studies on sexual function in men with disabilities have mainly relied on clinical samples; population-based evidence on this topic is limited. AIM: The aim of this study was to compare aspects of sexual function between disabled and nondisabled men using a representative sample. METHODS: We used data from Ten to Men, a national cohort study of Australian men aged 18-55 years. We first compared the prevalence of 15 sexual function-related difficulties in disabled vs non-disabled men. Next, we used Poisson regression to examine associations between disability and sexual function. The main analytic sample had 8,496 men. Weights and adjustments appropriate to the sampling methodol..

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