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When It Comes to Sex Education, There Are No Stupid Questions

When It Comes to Sex Education, There Are No Stupid Questions Anya Garrett
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“What do the balls actually do?” I asked my friend, Ellen Friedrichs (who teaches sex ed to middle and high school students). We were talking about sex and I realized I genuinely didn’t know the answer.

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06/06/2011
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06/07/2011

Regarding the comparison of premarital sex to chewing used gum ... I don't suppose they ever went on to compare married sex to chewing the same stick of gum for the rest of your life. Did they.

06/08/2011

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