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1 roomate vs girlfriend (post #6) LGBTQA Relationships
2 Am I justified in being upset? (post #3) Village People
3 How to deal with homophobia?? (post #9) LGBTQA Relationships
4 The Bible, written by God? (post #5) Sexual Ethics and Politics
5 Anyone going back to their college/university? (post #0) The Randoms
6 New Here, hello everyone! (post #14) LGBTQA Relationships
7 Italian Stallion (post #8) Relationships
8 Moving...again...a rant (post #3) Parents, Adults and Teens
9 Sex plus religion and spirituality (post #2) Bodies
10 I Love My Breasts, Yes I Do, I Love My Breasts, How About You? (post #78) Bodies
11 never been in a relationship before, but I want one (post #7) Relationships
12 Pink Slip: Your First Gynecologist Visit (post #51) Article Questions & Chat
13 To Answer, Or Not To Answer (post #0) The Randoms
14 Parental Divorce (post #13) Parents, Adults and Teens
15 Songs you cannot stop listening to (post #91) The Randoms
16 rape: truth and lies (post #22) Gender Issues
17 What's Your Pleasure... or is it yours at all? (post #25) Sexual Ethics and Politics
18 A long rant - Pornography (post #14) Sexual Ethics and Politics
19 Your First Concert (post #4) The Randoms

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