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Scarleteen.com already offers a lot to its users: extensive articles galore, diverse resources, and countless chances to get personalized help. In fact, if you were to compare Scarleteen to something culinary, it could be a virtual Smörgåsbord of sorts, an all-you-can-eat buffet with the availability of a 24-hour convenience store.
You might divide the many courses that Scarleteen serves up as follows: The articles are the main course, the meat– or tofu– and potatoes whereas the message boards offer second, third and fourth helpings. Sexpert Advice is a dessert bar, and links to outside resources are a bit like recipes to try out later. The Scarleteen blog is hors d’oeuvres, offering appetizing snacks of what’s to come and finger food to go. As for the creators and cooks, Scarleteen Director and Designer Heather Corinna is the head chef, and volunteers are both waiters, delivering the information to your table, as well as cooks adding their unique mixtures to the brew.
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