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Tags: For Teenagers, Abstinence Education Program Suggested by Olivier Reaches 10,000 teens annually, in the areas of NJ and NY, with a message of healthy relationships and character development.
Tags: For Teenagers, Conservative Values Organization Suggested by Olivier A thoughtful an frequently-updated blog by a college gal named Angel, who created it to share her experiences and beliefs regarding abstinence, and to develop a large-scale conversation on sex and the rhetoric surrounding chastity.