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…With Sexual Liberty and Justice for All

After 16 years of being bludgeoned by zealots wielding sex as a weapon to divide and conquer Americans, can it be time for a new sexual revolution in the age of Obama? Creating Change says yes.

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Get Real! Why Can’t I Orgasm?

The very best thing I can tell you to do when it comes to becoming orgasmic is to masturbate.

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Goth, Wannabe, and Christian Sexuality

Goths, Christians, and wannabes — all seen as “odd,” though young people in these groups are not so different from us. Like us, sexuality is central to identity-making in each group.

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Get Real! I Want to Be Held, But That Doesn’t Happen

You are entitled to all kinds of relationships and a sex life that are uniquely about who you are, what you want and need, and where your unique body and mind are at any given time.

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An Uneasy Relationship: Sex and Religion

In its purest essence, religion seeks to promote justice, dignity and compassion. These core values can be harnessed in the effort to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights.

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Sexy Spring – For the Young, the Old and the Kinky

The fifth annual Sexy Spring conference in Minneapolis had something for everyone to explore — from kink to demystifying transgender bodies and sexuality, from raising a family to DIY sex toys.

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What’s Perverted About Curiosity About Sex?

By shaming scientists who research sex, culture warriors restrict access to valuable knowledge that could help women and gays push back against their oppression and advocate for better health and happier sex lives.

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Get Real! We Waited for Marriage – Now What?

Heather Corinna brings Scarleteen’s popular sexual health advice column to RH Reality Check! This week, Heather advises a newlywed who is frustrated by her incompatibility with her husband.

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Almost All Sex Is Sin?

With a very limited and negative view of sexuality, the Catholic Church’s attention always seems inordinately focused on what it views as “unnatural sex acts” — and it doesn’t bother distinguishing between consensual acts and abuse.

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Virgin Club Wins “Who Judged First” Contest

I know it’s considered only politically correct to be generous to sexual abstainers, and I am, so long as they’re humble about their choices. But the holier-than-thou abstainers get no sympathy from me.

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