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Abstinence, Abortion Rates & America’s Disastrous Sex Education

Incomplete sex education programs don’t always lead to pregnancy or abortion. However, research shows these factors are highly correlated. In light of recent legislation passed in Alabama, Georgia and Missouri to essentially ban abortions and place harsh restrictions on women seeking to terminate their pregnancy, it is worth paying attention to the context that led us here. How our country’s conservative attitude towards sex and positive views of religion and family relates to the education


A Note To Trump: Trans People #WontBeErased

Trans Lifeline:  877-565-8860 I GLBT National Help Center: 1-888-843-4564 In their latest attempt not to discriminate against women under Title IX, the Trump administration has decided to institute a legal and fixed definition of gender, which in turn discriminates against transgender people. (Nailed it.) For those who don’t know what Title IX is, it’s a law under the Education Amendments Act of 1972 that basically says no federally-funded institution can deny someone from participating in


A Controversial New App Creates “Legally-Binding Contracts For Consensual Sex”

As movements like #TimesUp and #MeToo are making a breakthrough in 2018, women from all over the world who have been assaulted in one way or another by people in power are taking a step forward to tell their stories. But with every positive step ahead, there is always something wiping out the footprints from behind. With more than 120 renowned celebrities of Hollywood like Kevin Spacey, Harvey Weinstein, Andrew Duncan, Morgan Spurlock, Ben Affleck

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What Is Sexual Coercion? And Why You Should Be Informed

Sexual coercion is defined as “the act of using pressure, alcohol or drugs, or force to have sexual contact with someone against his or her will; … tactics of post refusal sexual persistence defined as persistent attempts to have sexual contact with someone who has already refused.” The difference between sexual coercion and other acts on the sexual aggression continuum is that sexual coercion is more subtle manipulation, like the use of pressure, trickery,


Porn ID Checks: Who Are They Benefiting?

Matt Hancock, the Minister of State for Digital, has signed the commencement order for the Digital Economy Act, which received Royal Assent in April 2017, meaning the law should come into effect April 2018. The Digital Economy Act outlines new regulations regarding access by under 18s on a website or platform that provides pornography on a ‘commercial basis’. It would implement an age-check requirement, through either your driver’s license, mobile number or credit card details, and


Oregon Introduces Third Gender Option for Driver’s Licenses

Coinciding with the LGBTQIA+ community’s Pride Month, Oregon’s Department of Motor Vehicles has recently announced a new policy change that will allow non-binary drivers to choose a third gender on their state-mandated licenses. The law previously required drivers to define their sex between the two binary genders, male and female. Oregon’s Transportation Commission approved for the new gender option to be available beginning in July of 2017. In light of this news, it is always


Why Don’t We Talk About Sexual Coercion?

Dating abuse and sexual violence manifest themselves in countless ways, and there are often gray areas surrounding what constitutes abuse, rape, or sexual assault. The baseline for all kinds of sexual abuse is a lack of consent — voluntary, sober, enthusiastic, non-coerced, continual, active, honest, usually verbal consent. For right now, I want to focus on one specific part of that definition: “non-coerced.” Sexual coercion is a form of dating abuse characterized by forcing a partner


We Need Better Sex Education In Schools Now

Although nationwide teen pregnancy rates are decreasing,  249,078 babies were born to women ages 15 to 19 in the United States.  Sex education is the determining factor in decreasing teen pregnancies and decreasing sexually transmitted diseases and infections. Only 24 states in the United States legally require public schools to teach sex education and HIV education. Furthermore, only 20 states require that their sex education is medically, factually, or technically accurate. Personally, I attended a Catholic


Sex Should Always Be Agreeable

Sex should never be contractual. I have seen far too many cases where sex is in fact tit for tat. Sex should always be a consensual agreement between two people. Sex should never be used as a means for keeping a relationship together or a way to get something else. Although this article may seem to be presented through a heteronormative lens, it is not an issue that is exclusive to heterosexual couples. I think

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The Best Way To Cheat

Hey! Hey, you! Are you sick and tired of your significant other, well then you’ve come to the right article! Here at Infidelity Inc.™, we are outfitted with the best methods and reasons to cheat. Of course, don’t mind the fact that in most relationships there will come a time when the passion, fire, and sexual drive to %@#^& and @&^$%!@^* your significant other will run dry; that’s completely unnatural and signals that one should

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