The loss of physical sexual sensation, and the loss of uterine orgasm, are not psychological or emotional. The uterus is a hormone responsive reproductive sex organ that supports the bladder and the bowel. The vagina is shortened, made into a closed pocket, and sutured shut at the top. Women are as psychologically and emotionally affected by having their sex organs removed as a man would be after his penis is amputated and his testicles are removed. It is more than patronizing and condescending to portray the losses women experience after removal of the female sex organs as anything but physical. A woman who is so traumatized by the fear of pregnancy that she needs a permanent solution has several forms of contraception available and if that is unacceptable, her partner can have a vasectomy or she can have her Fallopian tubes tied, she does not need her female organs removed any more than her partner needs his male organs removed in order to avoid pregnancy.
To understand female anatomy and the adverse effects of hysterectomy and female castration watch the short video "Female Anatomy: the Functions of the Female Organs" at http://www.hersfoundation.org/anatomy. It's every woman's right to know.