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Everyone Has Questions About Sexuality...

It's not always easy for anyone to learn about sex in school and many of us have similar questions about sex and sexuality.

Lesbian, Gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students have questions about sexuality that may not be covered in class, and they can't necessarily be answered by a trip to the library. Check out the section on Sexual Orientation on this website for more information & some great links.

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Don’t be embarrassed. If you’re having sex you need to talk about condoms.

It's much smarter to talk about condoms before having sex, but that doesn't make it easy. Some people — even those who are already having sex — are embarrassed by the topic of condoms. But not talking about condoms affects a person's safety. Using condoms properly every time is the best protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs — even if you're using another form of birth control like the Pill.

Peer pressure is always tough to deal with, especially when it comes to sex.

Some teenagers decide to have sexual relationships because their friends think sex is cool. Others feel pressured by the person they are dating. Still others find it easier to give in and have sex than to try to explain why not. Some teenagers get caught up in the romantic feelings and believe having sex is the best way they can prove their love.

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