This article focuses on reviewing the existing peer- reviewed literature to offer a working definition of the term sexuality social justice and explore how sexuality social justice is currently understood and applied in social work education. The authors recommend that given the recent increased visibility and discussion of sexuality- related issues in society, it is imperative for social workers to apply a social justice lens when addressing sexuality issues in bachelor's- level programs and classrooms. Given the limited studies and literature that are focused specifically on the topic of sexuality social justice as applied to social work practice as well as on undergraduate social work education, implications for future practice and education are presented and elaborated on.

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