Women often experience sexual dysfunction following colorectal cancer surgery. The purpose of this integrative review is to explore changes in body image and sexuality associated with colorectal cancer and its treatment in women. We used a feminist perspective to explore differences in gender role, in body image, and sexuality in the context of women who are treated for colorectal cancer. Results of our review suggest that additional studies and interventions are needed to better understand and assist women with sexual dysfunction associated with colorectal cancer. Research should focus on how age, physical, psychosocial factors influence sexual function in particular.