Anesthesiologist and sexual health advocate Alyssa Vail is asking the public to share their thoughts about how to better understand and access sexual health services in the U.S. and how to ensure access to care for the many women who do not receive that care.

“What is it like to be the one who is not in charge of your own health care?” she asked.

“It’s a big part of the reason we have so many barriers to access.”

Vail has been pushing for a nationwide public health awareness campaign for years, and she is optimistic that the Trump administration’s repeal of the ACA will spur more women and men to share what they know with one another.

Vail told The Hill that many women in the United States do not feel comfortable sharing their sexual health concerns with one-another.

“They feel like they’re not being heard, so they don’t feel safe to share,” she said.

“That’s one of the reasons we need to work together to create an awareness campaign that really encourages people to talk about sexual issues.”

In an interview with The Hill, Vail said she was working on a new online platform, AlyssAway, that will allow people to report sexual harassment, domestic violence, and sexual assault.

Vails is also working on an app for women in healthcare, which will be open to the public and available by the end of the year.

“I think we’re at a point where we need all of us, including the politicians and the media, to be on the same page and to come together and say we’re going to get this done,” she told The Washington Post.

Vilsay is a co-founder of Alyssas Wellness, a women’s health advocacy group, which has received more than $400,000 from the National Institutes of Health to develop and launch the platform.

The group has been a champion for women and LGBTQI people in health care, particularly those who are not white, cisgender, and male.

It launched AlyssAsWellness.org in September, which is a way to share information on sexual health and empower women to make healthier choices.

It also works to provide resources for survivors of domestic violence.

“Women are often overlooked because we’re often invisible in healthcare,” Vail explained.

“We can be the ones that are the survivors, the ones who are actually in charge.”

Vails said that many in the health care industry do not have the experience to make this sort of change and often fear what will happen if they speak out.

“There’s a lot of fear in the industry because it’s seen as a male-dominated industry,” she noted.

“People are fearful of speaking out about these issues because they are seen as being masculine and men.”

In 2017, Vails launched Ayla Wellness to support sexual health education for women.

She is currently working on other projects, including Alyssasmouth, a program to support LGBTQI survivors of sexual assault and violence.

Alysssouth is a non-profit that focuses on building a safe and healthy workplace, including providing education to workers and students about sexual harassment and violence in the workplace.

In 2017 and 2018, the group also hosted a workshop for LGBTQI workers to discuss sexual harassment in the healthcare industry.

“If we are going to empower women in our healthcare, we need an entire industry to be committed to making sure that this is something that women can and do feel comfortable discussing and being safe from,” she explained.

Valls said that it’s important to educate workers about sexual violence in healthcare.

“The healthcare system is not working.

We need to get people to take responsibility for their own healthcare,” she added.