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UPDATE: THIS BILL HAS PASSED THE SENATE BUT STILL WE NEED THE HOUSE TO PASS IT! ABOUT THIS BILL: The bill stipulates that public schools teach sexual education in a medically-accurate, LGBTQ-inclusive way.
Please send an email or make a phone call to your State House Representative and ask him/her to support this bill. If you don’t know who your state rep is, or are not on Cape Cod check here to find your rep and his/her contact information. This is a great pdf put together by Planned Parenthood that describes this bill and why it is so important. Planned Parenthood Advocacy has great information about why we need this bill, including this clip: ensures that a Massachusetts school electing to teach sex education uses a curriculum that’s medically accurate, age-appropriate, and truly comprehensive.
Ok, so I know many of the people reading this are going to judge me and HATE me and I'm sorry for offending you, but I am only on here to look for guidance and advice.
Parents today use a variety of resources to help young people learn about the facts and circumstances surrounding sexual activity.
In addition, most young people get the run-down on pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in school.
I am still very much physically attracted to my wife and I tell her that I think she's beautiful and sexy quite frequently.
But in spite of all these efforts, when I try to initiate sex, my wife participates through the foreplay and then tells me that she just doesn't feel like having sex or is too tired.