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Community bloggers knock my socks off

Check out these awesome recent posts on the community blog:

Eight years and one open marriage later, Lauren writes
An Open Letter to Brad Henning
, the abstinence-only speaker who came to her high school. x364173 has noticed that once you tell Facebook you identify as a “she,” the advertising starts telling you that you’re fat and ugly. And we’ve had some great TV-blogging lately: Pandrosian on father/daughter relationships on TV shows, Starzki6 on the X-Files’ Dana Scully: Feminist Icon and JentheFem on how abortion is (or rather, isn’t) depicted on television.

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Check out these awesome recent posts on the community blog:

Eight years and one open marriage later, Lauren writes
An Open Letter to Brad Henning
, the abstinence-only speaker who came to her high school. x364173

Community Blog Highlight: The biggest lies about sex I was ever told

From Community Blogger Lauren:

Way back in January there was a post about an abstinence-only video that used duct tape as a metaphor for one’s body. The duct tape was being stuck to doors, walls, garbage cans, and a fat girl. It ended by saying “What if two clean pieces stuck together? They could stay together forever!” And that, dear friends, is the set up for a rant.

Read the full post here.

From Community Blogger Lauren:

Way back in January there was a post about an abstinence-only video that used duct tape as a metaphor for one’s body. The duct tape was being stuck to doors, walls, garbage cans, ...

Check out all the community posts!

We just approved a whole load of community posts (sorry for the delay, too many of us are on vacation this weekend!) – and they are fantastic. Make sure to check them out; maybe they’ll inspire you to start writing as well!

We just approved a whole load of community posts (sorry for the delay, too many of us are on vacation this weekend!) – and they are fantastic. Make sure to check them out; maybe they’ll ...

It’s a pregnancy test, not Plan B

You know that scene in Juno where Ellen Page’s character takes pregnancy test after pregnancy test at her local convenience store? Over on the community blog, Aly tells us how the reality can be quite different. She and her friend, both 15-year-olds, went through quite the ordeal trying to buy a simple over-the-counter pregnancy test.

We’re in CVS, searching for a pregnancy test. ["Shouldn't they be over here?" "I can't find them! Are they by the tampons?" "Nah, if you're pregnant, you don't need those anymore." "Fuck, should we ask someone?" "Wait, no, I think I found them! No, shit, that's a yeast infection thing." "Aly!" "Sorry! They both make you have to pee on them, I think!" "No, you ...

You know that scene in Juno where Ellen Page’s character takes pregnancy test after pregnancy test at her local convenience store? Over on the community blog, Aly tells us how the reality can be quite different. ...

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