Several questionnaires have been developed to evaluate female sexual dysfunction (FSD) and sexual health problems. However, there is a lack of validated versions of these questionnaires in Arabic. One of the most used instruments is the female version of The Sexual Dysfunctional Beliefs Questionnaire (SDBQ). The current study aimed to validate an Arabic version of the SDBQ. The Arabic version of SDBQ-Female was incorporated into an online questionnaire using and distributed among Jordanian Facebook groups and women-only groups. Factor analysis was performed to investigate evidence for the validity of the questionnaire. 530 females (mean age 30 years, SD = 9)completed the questionnaire. Principal component analysis produced the final model composed of 24 items distributed across four factors: Sexual Desire& Pleasure, Affection Primacy, Sexual Conservatism and Age-Related Beliefs. Confirmatory factor analysis was conducted, and fit indices were acceptable (CMIN/DF = 2.52, GFI = 0.91,AGFI=0.89, CFI = 0.90, SRMR=0.05 and RMSEA = 0.05). Income level and marital status both influenced FSD beliefs, with higher scores associated with higher income and being single. The Arabic version of the SDBQ-female demonstrated evidence of validity and reliability. Additional research is necessary to explore beliefs related to FSD within an Arabic context.