58% feel they have had minimum adequate training in taking a sexual history
64% feel they have minimum adequate training in screening and treating sexual diseases
55% ask about sexual activity at an annual health exam
15% never ask about sexual abuse
75% ask about sexual activity if relevant to the chief complaint
45% ask about sexual orientation
Female physicians are more likely to ask about sexual activity than male physicians, but only one fifth of those physicians also ask about the patient’s partner’s sexual practices 
Let’s get back to Betty.
14. Wimberley, Y.H, Hogben, M., Moore-Ruffin, J., Moore , S.E., Fry-Johnson, Y. Sexual history-taking among primary care physicians. Journal of the National Medical Association. 2006: 98(12); 1924-1930.