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This Week in Sex: We’re Still Not Surprised That Abstinence-Only Doesn’t Work

A new study with middle schoolers just adds to the flood of evidence. The post This Week in Sex: We’re Still Not Surprised That Abstinence-Only Doesn’t Work appeared first on Rewire.
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