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12.14.2017 | Arts & Pop Culture, Business & Economics, Education, Family & Relationships, Politics & Law | Posted by admin | Article

In the past few months, I have routinely encountered a few of the same questions/comments about what others are rightly calling “The Reckoning.”

12.07.2017 | Arts & Pop Culture, Business & Economics, Family & Relationships | Posted by admin | Article

It’s the easy — and altogether wrong — thing to do.

11.13.2017 | | Posted by admin | Article

Help us celebrate Transgender Awareness Week by learning these simple tips to an open, honest conversation about sexuality.

11.09.2017 | Arts & Pop Culture, Business & Economics, Education, Family & Relationships, Politics & Law | Posted by admin | Article

We need to stop asking when the wave of allegations will stop, and instead, we need to ask how it all began.

11.08.2017 | Education, Family & Relationships | Posted by admin | Article

Religious extremists tend to believe that if you teach abstinence — and only abstinence, without any comprehensive understanding of sexuality, diseases, safety, etc. — then teens will, in turn, not have sex. Turns out, they’re wrong. And there’s proof.

11.01.2017 | Arts & Pop Culture | Posted by admin | Article

While this is no love letter to these two men, I am grateful for the dialogue they’ve inspired — one about the intelligent management of human sexuality.

10.30.2017 | Family & Relationships | Posted by admin | Article

Sexual fantasy is healthy and normal. But of course, we all know that some sexual fantasies are scary — perhaps even borderline deviant. And if you’re concerned, I have ideas.

10.13.2017 | Family & Relationships | Posted by admin | Article

Choices are real. Fantasy is in your head. And fantasy can be healthy.

10.12.2017 | Family & Relationships | Posted by admin | Article

Did you know it’s actually possible to not only survive an affair — but to thrive as a couple in the aftermath?

10.09.2017 | Education, Family & Relationships | Posted by admin | Article

The alphabet soup that is the LGBQTIA+ acronym is confusing and unwieldy. But the bottom line is this: Each letter has a specific meaning. And each meaning is important. 

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