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1 Going OFF BC? (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
2 Abnormally long period (post #0) Bodies
3 Abnormally long period (post #0) General Health & Nutrition
4 Sex talk with bf gone badly (post #3) Relationships
5 Is my boyfriend being controlling or caring? (post #3) Relationships
6 Sex talk with bf gone badly (post #1) Relationships
7 Sex talk with bf gone badly (post #0) Relationships
8 What a crappy reason to break up! (post #2) Relationships
9 Staring in bed? (post #0) Relationships
10 Never Mentioned His GF! (post #0) Relationships
11 Ex has a new gf (post #0) Relationships
12 Do I have anything to lose? (post #4) Relationships
13 Do I have anything to lose? (post #2) Relationships
14 Do I have anything to lose? (post #0) Relationships
15 Shy Boys (post #2) Relationships
16 Shy Boys (post #0) Relationships
17 BC side effects (post #2) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
18 Jeopardizing Friendship? (post #2) Relationships
19 I have OCD, who else suffers from this? (post #12) Support Groups
20 Jeopardizing Friendship? (post #0) Relationships
21 What is wrong with me? (post #11) Relationships
22 Masturbation and Virginity (post #0) Ask Scarleteen

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