“You should have sex with the people you date because you need to know you are sexually compatible.” This myth would not be a myth if sex were static. But it is not. Even secular sex columnists agree that sex is composed of learned “skills.” Indeed, sex requires a level of communication, practice and patience. This reality

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“The death of Hugh Hefner has elicited tributes of many kinds, including that he was a pioneer who liberated the sexual frustrations of a culture. In reality, his efforts and entrepreneurial pursuits helped enslave generations of both women and men.” – Jim Daly, President of Focus on the Family” Hefner himself was not single-handedly responsible

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According to Marripedia, children raised in intact families tend to be healthier, have better access to health care and exhibit less emotional and behavioral difficulties as compared to children raised in non-intact families. However, the percent of married-parent families has significantly declined over the past 50 years, while the proportion of divorced, cohabiting and single-parent families

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The newest Netflix original series, Big Mouth, is scheduled to release on September 29, 2017. Be advised, the agenda presented is vulgar and repulsive. According to concerned mother, Rebecca Smith, Netflix has proven willing to operate in a gray area where anything goes. Click HERE to read Smith’s full review of the new show targeted at teens.How can you be a pro-active,

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According to a recent study, teens who start drinking at younger ages are more likely to have their first sexual encounter earlier than others. Research revealed that the onset of drinking before age 14 more than doubled the odds that adolescents of either gender would have earlier sexual encounters. For females who had their first drink

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Abstinence Clearinghouse staff members Erica and Alyssa had the privilege of attending the Child Protection League event, Hijacking Their Minds, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Erica and Alyssa had the opportunity to learn from Stella Morabito and Dr. Karen R. Effrem as they unmask the radical, child endangering trends in education. Attendees discussed how ‘safe schools’ and

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Many weddings today are filled with fun and creative elements to make a couple’s special day memorable for all who attend. One bride from Australia decided to make her day memorable by using donuts instead of flowers for her and her bridesmaid’s bouquets! Click here to see her delicious and beautiful bouquet!

Dating apps, television shows and social media has lowered the bar when it comes to commitment. In a culture where first dates have become more casual, it is more important than ever to set clear expectations when going on a first date. So what’s the difference between going out for coffee and going to dinner? Moral

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  Setting goals, personal or professional, is a great way to lead a purposeful life. Many times these goals include things like buying a house, maintaining a successful career or saving for retirement. But what about setting goals as a parent? Here are a few questions for parents (or soon to be parents) to consider

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This month, the American Academy of Pediatrics warned against the consequences related to tattoos and piercings. Researchers suggest that both parents and doctors should talk intentionally about the dangers of tattoos and piercings with teens and young adults. By starting the conversation early, teens are aware of the dangers before they are able to make decisions about

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