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For those of you -- and there have been a lot of you -- who have expressed sex has felt that way, or who have other reasons for wanting to slow things down and need some help, we've got you covered now. [Smile]

Heather Corinna, Executive Director & Founder, Scarleteen
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This really came in handy! i asked my bf well ex as of Saturday, could we spend less time in the house and more time going out and getting to know each other better. He completely by passed the question and went off on a tangent about how he's a bad bf now? and im like all i asked was for us to slow down and hang out like we did before we had sex. Cuz as soon as we had sex he hasn't taken me out since. Then Saturday he dumps me ?? idk y? but his loss rite?!


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