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Dear Internet, can you save us from high school Sex Ed?

I learnt some incredible things in high school Sex Ed.

One was that a woman’s hymen is structured like the seal on a Ricoffy tin: that once she has sex, her body is open for business and will never be the same again. (I remember the sneaking suspicion that once I “broke my seal”, my ovaries would somehow begin to grow stale).

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No Shame for Victim-blamers

What?!” Paul has been absent-mindedly scrolling on his laptop for a while, but now he has found something that really removes him from our jovial meeting. “Two people were shot dead..! In a res room..! Here..!” 

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Google: not just a search engine, drives TV too

After its less-than-successful Google TV, the Internet giant is fighting back and moving forward with some projects that are marking the future of TV.
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Internet axes porn mags in Army, Air force

Top shelf magazines will no longer be sold at US Army or Air force military bases after a deliberation was made on Wednesday 31 July 2013 to remove such magazines from the shelves at base exchanges due to plummeting sales as the result of the proliferation of free sexual online content made available on the Internet.

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Faithful, but not online

“___________ (Insert name of person) will you have this wo(man) to be your husband/wife; to live together in the covenant of marriage? Will you love him/her, comfort him/her, honor and keep him/her, in sickness and in health; and, forsaking all others, be faithful to him/her as long as you both shall live?”

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