Sexuality and Sexual Health is recognised by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a human right for all people.
In 2014, the World Association of Sexual Health (WAS) produced the Declaration of Sexual Rights, which was submitted to the UN in April 2014.
Sexual health is becoming increasingly acknowledged as an important dimension in the overall well-being and health of all persons.
Disease and disability of any system in the body due to medical negligence or a motor vehicle accident will impact negatively on the sexual functionality and satisfaction of a person. And in turn, on their quality of life and happiness quotient.
People have the right to be compensated for the loss of sexual function and health.