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1 Cramps and boobies ache (post #0) Pregnancy and Parenting
2 Teachers Making You Dance! (post #5) The Randoms
3 What songs make you cry? (post #75) The Randoms
4 Sex=love? (post #3) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
5 Favourite SAD songs (post #13) The Randoms
6 Big Boobs or Little Boobs part II (post #7) Bodies
7 Oh those funny sexual antics! (post #43) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
8 It's YOUR life, OmnipotentLover! (post #10) Village People
9 Are you what you eat? (post #33) Bodies
10 Are you what you eat? (post #33) General Health & Nutrition
11 Do you? (post #1) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
12 Poetry Please (post #10) Village People
13 New Year's Resolutions (post #1) The Randoms
14 Band Geeks! (post #4) The Randoms
15 relationships (post #2) Relationships
16 cybersex, cheating or not? (post #12) Sexual Ethics and Politics
17 What are you're favourite quotes?! (post #67) The Randoms
18 *Your Sweetest Compliments* (post #67) Relationships
19 to all those with insicurities:) (post #13) Bodies
20 How many U.S. residents does it take to find themselves on a map? (post #11) The Randoms
21 Long Distance (post #33) Relationships
22 little annoyances (post #61) The Randoms

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