On Our Radar: Sex In 2019

Yes, Valentine's Day is coming. Yes, it may mean sex. Here are a few thoughts.
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It's an anticipated love-filled week, and yet there is a void in frank talk about sex, sexual love, pleasure and all the nuances in between. Why is it that we are we still talking about sex in hushed tones? It's as vital to humanity as say, breathing, so let's drop the pretenses and explore what sex is in all its vast forms. Expect more from us on this topic soon, but for now, let's talk about sex, baby:

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