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The Sexual Freedom Project: Do your own research

The level of sex education in America's schools is impartial at best and at its worst calls for abstinence. What has been your experience? Many people believe that the responsibility for sex education lies with your parents. How has the worked for you? The bottom line makes you responsible for your own sex ed, researching those aspects that teachers, parents, and even your peers left out. There are plenty of good sources of sex ed on the Internet (and in your local library), including sites especially for teens such as teen source, Scarleteen, and sexetc, so you ...

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The Sexual Freedom Project: Discussing Polyamory

Polyamory, loving more than one partner, is finally getting the exposure it needs in the media and elsewhere. These are natural relationships based on shared values and deserve just as much respect as any other relationship. This may not be your cup of tea but that doesn't mean you are incapable of recognizing and respecting relationships that are different from your own. Consider this: monogamy, and the rigid jealousy with which it is partnered, has long been the cause of so many broken families, needlessly, because of a general misunderstanding of what fidelity is all about. It's not about ...

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The Sexual Freedom Project: Use it or not

Revisiting what Eneko said about generational differences in how we talk about sex, saying, for example, that the use of pornography is always a choice -- use it or not. What was your sex education growing up? Was it easy or hard to talk with your parents about sex? Is accessibility to pornography important to you? Do you think is pornography serves society? Or helps with sex education? Please share your thoughts with us -- make your own video, write us a poem or an essay, or make us an original work of art. If your work is featured on the site, we'll ...

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The Sexual Freedom Project: You Don’t Think I Was Born This Way?

También en Español Do you think it makes a difference whether someone is "born this way" or just makes a choice? If someone chooses to be a heterosexual isn't that just as much a choice? Isn't the distinction irrelevant to fighting intolerance? Join The Sexual Freedom Project cast with your own video or essay (via columbia@venusplusx.org), and we will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt to thank you. More videos here. Video by Tiye Massey.

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The Sexual Freedom Project: Activism Intersects With All Walks of Life

What motivates you to be an activist? Was there one radicalizing experience that made you get up and do something, or was it a gradual evolution?How does your activism interact or relate to other aspects of your life? Join The Sexual Freedom Project cast with your own video or essay (via columbia@venusplusx.org), and we will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt to thank you. More videos here. Video edited by Tiye Massey.

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The Sexual Freedom Project: Sexual Identity

What does sexual freedom mean to you? How does it relate to your sexuality, sexual identity, sexual orientation and/or gender identity? What do you think? Join The Sexual Freedom Project cast with your own video or essay (via columbia@venusplusx.org), and we will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt to thank you. More videos here.

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The Sexual Freedom Project: I have a different view…

(También en español) There can be many reasons why some people do not understand same-sex relationships, but tolerance for others and acceptance of  same-sex relationships is increasing each year. Has it become kind of taboo to be downright anti-gay? Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or make your own video or blog to share. We will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt or slap bracelet to thank you. Video by Tiye Massey.

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The Sexual Freedom Project: How Can You Say That You Support Love?

Are you frustrated with the hypocrisy in society, politics, and the media when it comes to sex and love? Are you going to do anything about it? Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or make your own video or blog to share. We will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt or slap bracelet to thank you. Video by Tiye Massey.

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The Sexual Freedom Project: Gender Definition

Do you think that gender is a social construct to support the binary point of view? As gender lines blur, will binary objectification fade? Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or make your own video or blog to share. We will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt or slap bracelet to thank you. Video by Tiye Massey.

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The Sexual Freedom Project: For the Next Generation

(También en Español) Has one of your family members or your thoughts of a future generation motivate your activism? Coming out as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender or Gender-queer is a political act in and of itself, but how does it help change other family members' acceptance of LBGT community-at-large in a different light? Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or make your own video or blog to share. We will send you a free VenusPlusX t-shirt or slap bracelet to thank you. Video edited by Tiye Massey.

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