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Sexual Health as a Framework for Addressing Holistic Prevention Efforts: Connecting the Dots Between Movements

Sexual education and empowerment leads not only to responsible and respectful sexual behaviors and attitudes but also an increased access to effective preventative, screening, treatment, and support services that promote physical and sexual well-being. But we need integrated approaches and more connection to achieve our goals.

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Get Real! Am I Stupid for Loving a Guy Who Only Wants Sex?

You can have conflicting feelings about someone but loving and being loved is about honoring and celebrating who we are and what we want.

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(VIDEO) So… About that Video

Heather critiques a sexuality education video from a national organization which, she argues, unnecessarily perpetuates negative stereotypes about both men and women.

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How Do You Discuss the Multiple Layers of Love?

There are many layers of "Love." When we have the "talk" with our children, how do we successfully address the complexities of love and sex knowing that they are sometimes but not always related? 

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Get Real! Are We Addicted to Sex?

Sexual desire is not the same thing as sexual addiction, and sexual addition is an overused term. Learning to best manage sexual desire, feelings and choices is a something we all need to learn for normal, healthy relationships.

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Get Real! Should I Be Concerned About His Sexuality?

Bisexual, heterosexual and homosexual are terms meant to describe personal identity. Identity is how we conceptualize ourselves, and we may choose one of those terms to describe one part of who we are, not what we do or have done.

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