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Sexuality

There is no place like home … for sex ed

Even very young children are now exposed to information about sex, and it's much better coming from you.

Walmart removes Cosmopolitan from its checkout areas

Is it a step forward, a step back, or a useless move?

Should you give up sex for Lent?

What the Church says about it ... and a few other cautions.

How men and women speak differently about love

There's no shame in recognizing that the two sexes don't communicate about love in the same way.

‘LoveEd’: The parents’ guide to ‘The Talk’ that we’ve been waiting for

This rich program is so much more than mere "sex-ed" and a very helpful tool for parents, parishes, and schools.

Discover the family-planning app that can free you from the pill

Elina Berglund Scherwitzl, the Swedish scientist who designed it, says it's as effective as oral contraceptives -- but without the side effects.

Catholic laity and the undiscussed sex scandal of our times

Bad clergy are always problematic, but it's Catholic parents who are these days helping along a serious strain of sin.

An important message from a 33-year-old virgin (VIDEO)

This actress decided to save sex until marriage and says the wait is worth it.

Learn about the ministry for transexuals that Pope Francis is praying for

The pope sent a note assuring his support as group prepares to staff a new home for the elderly

A lesson in sex RE-education for grownups

Go beyond eroticism and get to the heart of what sex is really about.

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