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(VIDEO) Real Sex Ed: Is the Obama Administration Just Playing Games?

The National Institutes of Health pays for a $434,000 video game in which kids “score” by not kissing boys, money that could have been far better spent on real sex ed.

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Comprehensive Sex Ed Gets Help From the Administration

Abstinence only sex ed may finally be on the decline with support from the federal government for fact-based sex education.

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(VIDEO) California’s Sex Education Program: Ongoing Struggles Behind the Success Story

California’s policies have undeniably made a positive impact on sex education in the state. But, unfortunately, sex education advocates can’t dust off our hands and move on. Many California public schools are still providing abstinence-only-until marriage programs, in spite of policies that forbid them.

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The People Behind Gallup’s Polls

Recent polling data from Gallup suggested a drop in support for legal abortion among young adults. But we need to look past the numbers to uncover the reasons for these numbers, and what needs to be done to change them.

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Roundup: Abstinence-Motivational Speaker Shuts Down Sex Ed Class in Nashville

One parent makes a complaint about a Nashville school’s voluntary sex education class which leads to it being shut down. One detail: the parent just happens to be an a motivational speaker on abstinence.

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Sex Education is not “Teaching Sex for Pleasure”

Lon Newman, executive director of Family Planning Health Services in Central Wisconsin responds to Juneau County District Attorney Scott Southworth’s recent assertion that teaching sex ed is “advocating” for teen sex.

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Roundup: Wisconsin DA Threatens To Arrest Sex Ed Teachers

Imagine your school district got a letter from the district attorney threatening to arrest and charge teachers for teaching a curriculum approved by the state legislature for contributing to the “delinquency of a minor.” That’s exactly what happened in Wisconsin.

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(VIDEO) The Ab-Only Sex-Ed Zombie Can Be Killed!

Last summer, the $50 million-a-year federal Title V abstinence-only-until-marriage grant program died a quiet death, only to come back to life, zombie-like, in the healthcare reform bill.

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The New Health Reform Law: Pros and Cons for Reproductive Health

For the nation’s consumers and providers of reproductive health care, and for advocates of reproductive health and rights, the healthcare reform legislation just enacted is something of a mixed bag.

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Let’s Talk About Sex, Says New Religious Institute Report

Encouraging spiritual leaders and congregations to promote open, factual discussions on sex, sexuality and social justice is the focus of a new report by the Religious Institute.

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