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Best Friend or Boyfriend?: Should You Tell Him You Like Him?
Last edited 21st January 2014

Q: I’ve been best friends with a guy for awhile. But now I feel like there could be something more to our relationship. I am scared to tell him how I feel, scared to ruin our awesome friendship… yet I feel so ready to be in a relationship. Should I tell him how I feel?

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Amy Webb: How I Hacked Online Dating
Last edited 14th January 2014

Amy Webb has a wonderful story. She was committed to finding a husband and starting a family but first she needed to hack the online dating world and create her own data to find her perfect match.

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Porn and Naked Art: What’s the Difference?
Last edited 12th December 2013

A question I am often asked when speaking on the topic of pornography is ‘what’s the difference between nude art and pornography?’

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Beauty Queen Promotes Morality in Recent Interview
Last edited 24th October 2013

The first ever Filipina-American to be crowned Miss World revealed her traditional values in a recent television interview. Megan Young, the 23 year-old who was crowned Miss World on Sept. 28, said in a recent television interview that she is pro-life, rejecting both abortion and contraception. When asked how a single woman as “gorgeous” as herself could remain abstinent, Young replied with a laugh, “you just say no, that’s it.”

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Virtue Makes You Beautiful
Last edited 23rd October 2013

This group does an excellent job re-writing the words and performing to the song What Makes Beautiful by One Direction. They put a twist on the words by focusing on virtue. A great youth ministry video to use for fun or to focus on a night speaking about virtue and beauty!

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Australia's HIV Infection Rates at 20-Year High
Last edited 20th October 2013

The rate of newly diagnosed HIV infections in Australia has risen by 10% in 12 months – the largest increase in 20 years, a new report shows.

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Plan B: Is It Contraception or Not?
Last edited 19th October 2013

Population Research Institute released a fun and informational video today that explains how Plan B really works. Steven Mosher, President of PRI, says: "Our three-minute video will make you laugh out loud, and teach you how Plan B reliably produces negative pregnancy tests. You will want to not only watch it yourselves, but share it with others who may be tempted to use Plan B."

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What is Married Love?
Last edited 18th October 2013

'Love' has been the topic of many stories, songs, novels and movies throughout the ages, with people from all generations trying to understand its true meaning. Men and women have succeeded in love, failed in love, been hurt by love, and have been fulfilled by love from the beginning of our existence. And yet we still find it hard to reflect on what love really is. In particular, the love between a man and woman within marriage has been challenged and at times put down in our modern era, with many people claiming it can be redefined.

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Sweetening the Pill - A Young Woman Dissolves the Sugar Coating on the Contraceptive Pill
Last edited 17th October 2013

Holly Grigg-Spall is a young woman who calls herself a feminist but who is deeply unpopular with some of the sisterhood right now. English, 30-ish, married to an American and living in California, she has written a book criticising the contraceptive pill. Actually, Sweetening the Pill: Or How We Got Hooked On Hormonal Birth Control is more than critical; it is a sweeping polemic against the pill and every form of hormonal contraception.

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How to Live Well: The Moral Gaze of Jane Austen
Last edited 10th October 2013

Jane Austen wrote romantic comedies about middle-class girls looking for a good husband among the landed gentry. If that were all there was to it we wouldn't take her any more seriously now than the genre hacks published by Mills and Boon. But Austen was also a brilliant moral philosopher who analysed and taught a virtue ethics for middle-class life that is surprisingly contemporary. Appreciating this can help us understand why she wrote the way she did and how we should read her today.

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