Society for Sex Therapy and Research

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The Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR, pronounced "star") is an international non-profit professional association. According to its website, it was founded in 1975 and its members "have clinical and/or research interests in human sexual concerns."[1] It provides means for exchanging ideas among clinicians and scientists treating or studying human sexuality. SSTAR provides annual professional meetings, clinical conferences, membership newsletters, and an e-mail listserv for members. Notable members have included Peggy Kleinplatz, Sandra Leiblum, Marta Meana, and Kenneth J. Zucker.


See also[edit]

List of sexology organizations