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RH Reality Check Interviews: Jessica Valenti, Author of The Purity Myth

RH Reality Check’s Laura Janoff spoke to Jessica Valenti about liberal parents, schoolgirl fetishes, and women’s sexuality unleashed.

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Get Real! If I’m Bisexual, Why Don’t I Feel the Same About Men and Women?

There are bisexual people in the world who find that they have fairly equal levels of attraction to people of all genders, but I’d say it’s more common to find that we have differences in how we experience different genders and different relationships.

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CHIP and Contraception: Legislative Interference in Montana

Montana is one of only four states—along with North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Texas—that have legislative bans on the coverage of contraceptives by CHIP.

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Get Real! The Luck (or Not) of the Draw

Using withdrawal may have sometimes protected you, but you’ve been lucky — and at risk for a sexually transmitted infection.

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Protection Denied: Condoms Under Lock and Key at CVS

CVS’s decision to keep condoms under lock and key ensures that fewer teens will be able to act responsibly when having sex.

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Get Real! Is Something Wrong with Me If I Like BDSM?

Anyone interested in BDSM needs to figure out if it is something they want or like, and then if it works with their feminism and with their life and relationships as a whole or doesn’t.

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Get Real! I Want to Wait to Have Sex…Can I?

What I hear you saying is that you’ve yet to be in a situation or relationship where sex has really felt like the right thing for you, or like something you wanted and took part in on your own terms.

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Get Real! Where Has My Sex Drive Driven Off To?

Libido — the desire for sex of any kind — is a very complex thing, much like sex and sexuality are complex.

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Get Real! How Do You Masturbate?

In honor of Masturbation Month, Heather answers young women’s questions about sex for one.

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Can We Shame Our Way Out of Teen Pregnancy and Parenting?

A glittery panel discussion about teen pregnancy prevention shames teens who parent, treats girls as sexual gate-keepers and ignores dating violence and sexual coercion.

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