Sarah Kilgallon
Sarah Kilgallon

Sarah Kilgallon is from Boston, MA and holds a BA in English Literature and a MFA in Creative Writing. Her articles and stories have appeared in magazines, journals, and anthologies, and her visual work has been featured in US and international group exhibits, calendars, trade journals, and galleries. She's currently working on articles regarding women’s health, mental health, and holistic wellbeing, with a special interest in women’s health and lifestyle over the age of 50. She strives to create works (written & visual) with emotional integrity and truths. Her website:

How can something so sweet cause sexual dysfunction?
More outside activities as the weather warms lead us to naturally develop feelings of affection.
This chronic condition damages the lining of blood vessels and might be a source of low libido.
We no longer seek mates solely for our survival. We're influenced by culture and society, too.
Engaging in simple, intimate activities improves life for people dealing with this disease.
Awareness of your partner's emotions and needs from their perspective can solidify a connection.
Millions of people have chronic pain, affecting their daily lives and their sexual health.
Who could feel alone with social media, TV and worldwide mass communication? Maybe a lot of us.
Creating healthcare sensitivity protocols improves the patient experience.
Orgasms, sensual touch and intimate connections play roles in a vibrant love life and longevity.