I've just started listening to Jacqueline Hellyer's Podcasts, and they're pretty cool. The radio show is called "The Tantric Lounge" and she explores sexuality in a variety of contexts, integrating therapeutic, scientific and spiritual perspectives. I find it particularly interesting because she explores the so-called "third wave" of sexuality, following the shaming from the Victorian era and the sleaze of the 60s and 70s sexual liberation, to now. Can we have a societal view of sex as a varied, positive and empowering experience, and not necessarily "dirty"? I think so, and I think views like that would lessen the connection we see between sexual problems and depression and anxiety.
For anyone who is interested, her website is: www.jacquelinehellyer.com, and it has a variety of articles, as well as links to her Podcasts, which are released weekly.