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Heather
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Or do you already?

In case you don't, and want to know some good places to put time, energy, money, or even props that provide or support sex education, sexual health, relationship safety and such, here's a short list from me.

By all means, feel free to add on!

San Francisco Sex Information (SFSI)
Advocates for Youth
Sex, Etc.
The Abortion Conversation Project (which includes Mom, Dad, I'm Pregnant)
The National Abortion Federation (which includes an important private national and state abortion fund source for low-income women)
The YWCA
The American Social Health Association (ASHA)
The Human Rights Campaign
Our Bodies, Ourselves

More from me later...your turn!

[ 02-15-2007, 11:10 AM: Message edited by: Heather ]

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annaks
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Advocates for Youth
SEICUS
Intersex Society of North America
Planned Parentood Federation of America

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anna k. s.

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kaylea
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Here's another great resource: www.dinahproject.com

I just read a hysterical posting on sex ed
http://dinahproject.com/articles_view_details.asp?id=97

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chimera79
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Lots of good info at [Smile] [Link removed. While we greatly appreciate your interest in helping others and sharing a website you've found to be useful, the site you linked to is not in line with our site guidelines or our goals as a pro-choice, sex-positive, feminist site because much of the advice given in the site you linked to supports rather stringent gender roles and stereotypes as well as unhealthy relationship dynamics and heterocentric ideas. We hope to continue seeing you around the boards!--orca]

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