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There Ain't No Shame in a Virgin's Game

By KAPPI
Published: October 29, 2013

Sure, there’s a lot of pressure to have sex, but put your hater blockers on because there ain’t no shame in a virgin’s game. 


Myths About HIV/AIDS part 2

By KAPPI
Published: August 22, 2013

In part one we told you a few common myths about HIV/AIDS, and we defined what HIV/AIDs is. Today we’re going to break down these myths one by one.


Myths About HIV/AIDS part 1

By KAPPI
Published: August 16, 2013

Knowledge of HIV/AIDS has come a long way since the 80s, but there are still a lot of myths floating around.


Why do I keep getting erections all the time?

By KAPPI
Published: July 31, 2013

As you go through puberty, you probably have noticed several changes in your body. If you're a guy, you might start getting erections—lots and lots of erections—and you may be wondering why.


Can I get pregnant if we're both virgins?

By KAPPI
Published: July 25, 2013

Teens have a lot of questions about sex, and one we hear more often than you might think is: can I get pregnant if we’re both virgins when we have sex?


What if I am being pressured to have sex?

By KAPPI
Published: June 18, 2013

You may at some point deal with pressure to have sex, and this could come from a boyfriend/girlfriend, friends or just someone who you may be spending time with. There are a few things to remember if you’re facing this kind of pressure.


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