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  • Z is for Zero Tolerance

    Let’s make something clear: it doesn’t matter if a person is walking butt-naked down a street, they do not owe…

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  • Y is for Yes

    California’s new sex education bill attempts to challenge rape culture by moving beyond “no means no,” and teaching that “yes…

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  • X is for XXX

    If all kinds of sex work were legalized, I think I’d see more people going into the business without hating…

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  • W is for Weddings

    When I get married, in the next 10 years, I will absolutely not be married in white nor will I…

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  • V is for Virginity

      “Are you a…virgin?” This question strikes fear into the heart of many girls, because it’s a trap. If you…

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  • U is for Undies

    Undies, panties, thongs, granny panties, knickers, lingerie, pretties, unmentionables – all colloquialisms for truly the quintessential piece in our wardrobe.

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  • S is for Sex Work

    Sex work can be a tricky subject to discuss because of personal beliefs and ideologies. But by advocating for stricter…

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  • All countries, from the developing to the highly industrialized, need to heed the reproductive rights of their women, and recognize…

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  • Q is for Queerbaiting

    To hint at a character being queer, and then flat out deny any possibility of the character actually being queer,…

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  • P is for Penis Envy

    Imagine young students being introduced to the notion that their genders are not innate, that they are not born male…

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