At some point in my early tweenhood, my mom ushered me into a room, just the two of us, away from my dad and younger brother, and presented me with a book.
"The ubiquity of porn requires a willingness to start talking out loud"
"It felt right, even though we don't have the approval of our parents"
Even our rock concerts are "all superego and no id"
Daters--mostly men--pay writers to assume their identities
An Atlantic writer asserts girls today want a boyfriend more than ever
New evidence may help build his case
A landmark study shows that some programs delay sexual activity
Philandering has gotten a lot easier to expose in the era of text messages
Parents are shocked 1/3 of American teens admit to risqué texts, but think MTV could help
Bloggers say they'll take their generation's dating rules over the old ones any day
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