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Condoms go nicely with anything, and go anywhere.

Condoms go nicely with anything, and go anywhere.

I'm okay if we disagree on political positions as long as we agree on sexual positions.

I'm okay if we disagree on political positions as long as we agree on sexual positions.

Today is GYT (Get Yourself Tested) at Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida. Come in, get tested - know your status.

Today is GYT (Get Yourself Tested) at Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida. Come in, get tested - know your status.

Fascinating! Sex-ray vision: Video reveals how intercourse looks in an MRI scanner

Sex-ray vision: Video reveals how intercourse looks in an MRI scanner

Fascinating! Sex-ray vision: Video reveals how intercourse looks in an MRI scanner

We must all do our part to fight the #stigma around #HIV & #AIDS. Please share facts and not fiction!  #facts #fiction #gettested #STI #STD #sex #sexeducation #sexEd #icyc #vaginal #anal

We must all do our part to fight the #stigma around #HIV & #AIDS. Please share facts and not fiction! #facts #fiction #gettested #STI #STD #sex #sexeducation #sexEd #icyc #vaginal #anal

Anyone who has ever wondered “is it safe to have sex during pregnancy” can rest assured that sexual desire is normal and healthy. You can learn about comfortable sexual positions, common myths and more with this article geared toward expectant mothers and their partners.

Is It Safe To Have Sex During Pregnancy?

Anyone who has ever wondered “is it safe to have sex during pregnancy” can rest assured that sexual desire is normal and healthy. You can learn about comfortable sexual positions, common myths and more with this article geared toward expectant mothers and their partners.

Parents need practical ways of communicating beliefs & values about sexuality. The fear of saying too much about sex too soon is very real for parents, so we often choose silence because it feels safest.    My perspective is that comprehensively educating them about both the physical and social realities of sexuality is the most protective thing we can do. Parents need to feel empowered to speak up.

Parents need practical ways of communicating beliefs & values about sexuality. The fear of saying too much about sex too soon is very real for parents, so we often choose silence because it feels safest. My perspective is that comprehensively educating them about both the physical and social realities of sexuality is the most protective thing we can do. Parents need to feel empowered to speak up.

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