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I don't know if there are posts already that has to do with the question I am about to ask but Miz Scarlet, how did you become an expert are you considered a Physician or are did you study health in college? I am just admirable to your anwsers you give if that makes sense. If this question is too personal you do not have to anwser i will not get offended.
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You can find info about Heather on this page. Notes about her and our other staffers can also be found here.

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And to answer a bit more, mostly I read. A LOT. I have wall-to-wall bookshelves in my place that are nothing but sexuality, health and gender studies books, I read journals and newswires on sexual health and sexuality every day.

I don't have medical training, rather my background and training is mostly in general education (I was a classroom teacher for many years in various settings), social activism and sociology, general sexuality and women's holistic/alternative health and the arts.

I also grew up with a mother who was very landmark in a lot of public health in the midwest, including working one of the frist children's AIDS wards back in the day when few people even knew what AIDS and HIV were.

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