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THE POPE'S EASTER MESSAGE 2015- NEW BEGINNINGS

My Dear Children of Christ.

As We enter into the Festive Season of Easter where We Celebrate the Murder of Our Dear Lord Jesus Christ and His Rebirth. 406 more words

Birth Control

Safe Contraception

The secular world tells us that we can have sex whenever and with whomever we please, even outside of marriage, as long as we’re “safe,” and take the “necessary precautions” to prevent children, whether it be birth control, barrier contraceptives, or even abortion. 1,156 more words

Birth

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Barriers to using barrier methods?

This blog is a guest blog from Ruth Abebe, a UNC graduate interested in HIV and sexual health, and was originally published on April 1, 2013. 683 more words

General

5 ways ladies are stimulating the adult products industry

For too long, sex toys and other products in the adult industry have been largely designed by men–even certain products that are primarily designed for use by a woman.  596 more words

Arts And Culture

What's scarier, suburban sprawl or a shape-shifting sexually transmitted demon?

There’s a line in It Follows that I would have written down, had I been able to temporarily disengage the two-handed terror-grip that I maintained on my date’s upper arm from the first 45 seconds of the film onward, but the gist was this: One of the secondary characters shares the realization that her parents had forbidden her from ever crossing 8 Mile unsupervised — … 393 more words

Living

"We're not taking requests." (Whatever Wednesday)

You know what’s weird?

No one used to ask me the awkward questions because I was obviously awkward enough.

“Do you have a boyfriend?”  Not once. 878 more words

Growing Up

Archbishop Chaput: "The current White House may be the least friendly to religious concerns in our history."

“The current White House may be the least friendly to religious concerns in our history. But we’ll see more of the same in the future – pressure in favor of things like gay rights, contraception and abortion services, and against public religious witness. 240 more words

Religious/Theological Reflections