Yes, women of color that experience racism are also women of color that have lower sexual well-being. These same women also experience less sexual autonomy, which could be a reason for how racism relates to sexual well-being. In part, this means that there is a higher likelihood for STI transmission because women that experience racism also tend to be women that have less condom use self-efficacy (in the moment, they may not feel comfortable with their ability to use condoms).
We can start to see the many ways in which this is really something we should be acting on. Even if we don't know for a fact if racism causes this to happen, it is still a worthwhile path to explore and dismantle (i.e., stopping racist rhetoric may help this problem, but even if it didn't, it would definitely help other problems).
Credit for this amazing visual abstract goes to Vi Le, a volunteer and undergraduate from the University of Maryland.
Citation: Zucker, A. N., Fitz, C. C., & Bay-Cheng, L. Y. (2016). Reverberations of racism and sexism through the subjective sexualities of undergraduate women of color. The Journal of Sex Research, 53(2), 265-272. https://doi.org/10.1080/00224499.2014.1002557