Vanessa Grigoriadis, contributing editor at The New York Times Magazine and author of Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus, visits Zócalo to explore how ideas about sexuality, as well as the written and unwritten rules of sexual engagement, are being redrafted at America’s institutions of higher learning.
As with the Occupation itself, the task of building and running the American University of Iraq-Sulaimaniya was given to Bush/Cheney administration loyalists.
Hot flashes are reported by as many as 75% of perimenopausal women in the United States.
Some hot flashes are easily tolerated, others are annoying or embarrassing, and others can be debilitating.
For more on weighing the benefits and risks of hormone therapy, see “Hormone Therapy: The Benefits & Risks” on The North American Menopause Society website.Hot flashes can contribute to sexual problems in any number of ways: Hope for hot flashes.Although available treatments may not eliminate all hot flashes, they can offer enough symptom relief to make a big difference in many women’s quality of life and interest in sex.Most women experience hot flashes for 6 months to 2 years, although some studies suggest that the average period is as long as 3 to 5 years.In some women, hot flashes linger for 10 years or more, and older women are known to have occasional hot flashes.