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Dating & marriage aren't as easy in real life as in 1950's sitcoms, and then there's the indelicate issue of S-E-X, too. This PCS section on relationships & sexuality provides you with sources to answer questions on how to find the person of your dreams, deal with differences, and make intelligent decisions about your body.
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Advocates for Youth - This group promotes policies to help young people make wise and informed choices about sex and sexual health. Get smart about sex, including why abstinence-only programs don't work, what contraceptives do work, what sex problems young people face, GLBT youth issues, and more.
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DatingFun - There's *so* much to know about dating, and this site covers it all—instructions on sex, dating tips, creative ideas for dates, things you should bring along, and tales of best and worst dates.
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Divorce Magazine - Sometimes marriages don't work out, but that doesn't mean you have to be left clueless. This site helps you deal with relationships, money, kids, health, counseling, and legal issues when you're considering splitting up with the old "ball-and-chain."
Savage Love - Isn't it time there was a male advice columnist? And a gay columnist at that? Dan Savage's biting sex advice column, "Savage Love," appears weekly, with all the answers you need, regardless of your sexual orientation.
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Scarleteen - Hey, this isn't your parents' Sex Ed—here's a Web site that answers teens' questions about sex and relationships, with separate sections for guys and girls. Get informed and involved before you act!
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Plus and POZ and The Body - It's important to stay safe out there, but HIV is a special concern. It's tough to find answers about risks, about popular myths, and how to live the best life with the disease if you're already positive. These sites have free Q&A's with doctors, info on prevention, updates on medication and research, blogs, details on getting tested, and more.