Sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice should be at the center of our understandings of our bodies—and discerning how they have been and continue to be oppressed and politicized.
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“Curiosity is a normal and great thing,” said sex educator Melissa Pintor Carnagey, “and through curiosity is an opportunity to learn and connect.”
We haven't convinced everyone to wear condoms, but there are certainly lessons to be learned from decades of trying that we can apply to this moment with face masks.