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Scarleteen.com already offers a lot to its users: extensive articles galore, diverse resources, and countless chances to get personalized help. In fact, if you were to compare Scarleteen to something culinary, it could be a virtual Smörgåsbord of sorts, an all-you-can-eat buffet with the availability of a 24-hour convenience store.
You might divide the many courses that Scarleteen serves up as follows: The articles are the main course, the meat– or tofu– and potatoes whereas the message board. offers second– and third and fourth– helpings. outside resources are a bit like recipes to try out later. The Scarleteen blog is hors d’overues, offering appetizing snacks of what’s to come and finger food to go. As for the creators and cooks, Scarleteen Director and Designer Heather Corinna is the head chef, and volunteers are both waiters, delivering the information to your table, as well as cooks main page, but did you know that many more articles are frequently added? Spotlight on Scarleteen will help bring some of those to your attention.
You will see contributions by and/or interviews with the following people and more: Abbie is an equine major who comes from the home state of Ben and Jerry. Alice is inspirational young mom who hails from the Pacific Northwest; Courtenay is based in British Columbia and hopes to make her love for dogs into a career as a Vet Tech. Jacob is an engineering student living in Leeds, UK; not one for emphasis on labels, he offers an introspective take on topics like sexual orientation, while being one of the few male volunteers at Scarleteen. Joey is a grad student who currently calls Germany her home but never leaves her Buffy collection behind during all those moves; Lauren recently traded sunny southern California for the Nordic terrain of Finland. Maggie is an awesome, all-around helper, and you will also be hearing more from orca, who will be generously lending a hand. Last but not least, Véro spends her time offline reading books, doing Aikido, and studying social sciences in Canada.
Our first message board feature will spotlight users sounding off on Sexual Milestones and our first article highlight will be on Going the Distance on how to make long-distance relationships work. If you would like to recommend any articles or message boards threads for us to highlight here, we would appreciate it. If you have any specific questions for volunteers, we’d love to hear those, too. Thanks for reading, and we look forward to sharing more with you soon!