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Bait and Hitch: Abstinence-Only Programs Use Sex to Push Marriage

The real goal of abstinence-only programs is not to prevent teen pregnancies or STDs and or even to prevent premarital sex – it’s to make sure that all people get married.

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Get Real! Why Am I So Paranoid About Sex?

It’s not paranoid to be concerned about pregnancy with sexual activities which can result in pregnancy. It’s not paranoid to worry about pregnancy happening when it isn’t what you want or are ready for.

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Texas Workshops Help Parents Talk Sex

And now, some positive news about sexual education in Texas.

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Our Little Wizards Are All Grown Up

Sex enters the Harry Potter universe, and the muggles are freaking out.

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Get Real! Am I Ready for Sex, Or Is It Just My Hormones Talking?

The best any of us can do is be self-aware in terms of our feelings as well as our needs, limitations, life goals and relationships, and make our sexual choices based on those things as well as sound information.

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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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