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Removing the stigma of sexually transmitted infections among women

There is a popular perception that women in ‘developed’ countries enjoy an equal existence to men across a range of sociocultural issues, including health. There are assumptions that women now ‘have it all’ in terms of employment and careers, excellent childcare provision, and lifestyle choices. In short, the general view is that the equality battle has been won and the word ‘feminist’ has been consigned to the distant past.

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