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-Jill
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Just a reminder that only advocates, sexperts and the original poster are allowed to reply in this forum.

Please don't hesitate to offer advice and support in the other forums.


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Insane
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I was just wondering if only sexperts and advocates can post, then why at the top of the page (the the discussion lists) does it say "Replies: All registered users may post replies in this forum. "

Thanks


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Milke
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-Jill
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As Gumdrop Girl has posted elsewhere an emergency or crisis situation is one of these:
  • a person may have a real unwanted pregnancy or STD risk
  • a person's life may be in imminent danger (suicide threat, or threat from an abusive lover, parent, relative, etc.)
  • a person needs help reporting and/or coping with a sexual assault
  • a person needs help reporting and/or coping with physical, sexual or emotional abuse
  • a person may have committed a crime either knowingly or unknowingly and needs legal help

[This message has been edited by ookuotoe (edited 07-03-2003).]


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