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I think in 2014, the only chat service still around is Facebook but I never hear much about it. evolution once folks got tired of AOL they moved on to the FREE Yahoo!voice chat that lasted for a little bit then you had the message boards/ forums from Ultimate Bulletin Board and EZboard (i think they were some of the first) etc etc for years then of course the myspace people used myspace liked they used aol back in the day to setup "dates"I believe people still chat some on IRC or even certain websites.

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A person who engages in what he or she may consider a normal, active sex life—such as having multiple partners, or engaging in a threesome—may be viewed as suffering from sexual addiction by someone else who views the situation through the lens of different values.

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Questions not only about the basic mechanics of one’s body, but also about emotions and sex. I’m not even going to touch on the consent issue I feel was betrayed here since I don’t have enough info to really know what happened, but I do wonder if she lives in an area where abortion isn’t an option. This question gets me particularly angry because this kid already has a child and it’s obvious that no one thought to help her have a basic understanding of her body. I’m angry not just because she has a baby and therefore had a whole host of risks and issues surrounding pregnancy and delivery, but because they then put her on Depo and didn’t think to educate her on the risks and benefits of the drug. Secondly, from what I’ve read saline abortions are dangerous and rarely performed. This girl sounds perfectly reasonable and intelligent. They shouldn’t just be teaching the mechanics, they should be giving kids the tools they need to make informed sexuality decisions, and that should cover mental health as well. She could have a UTI, kidney stones, an STD or something else. Why aren’t girls being taught about this most basic of menstruation tools? Kids, and especially girls, often don’t realize that they should to have sex before they have sex.