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'Girls & Sex' And The Importance Of Talking To Young Women About Pleasure

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A daily pill called Addyi is the first medicine to be approved for the purpose of boosting women's sexual desire. Allen G. Breed/AP hide caption

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FDA Approves First Drug To Boost Women's Sexual Desire

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The experimental drug flibanserin, made by Sprout Pharmaceuticals, is at the center of a regulatory controversy. Allen Breed/AP hide caption

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Advisers To FDA Recommend Agency Approve Drug To Boost Female Libido

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Can A Person With Dementia Consent To Sex?

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Justice Department Moves To Further Rein In Racial Profiling

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The Colorado Rush, a gay rugby team in Denver, at practice. "I've always thought of myself as ... the rugby player that happens to be gay," says Skyler Meyer. "I never want to be the gay man who happens to play rugby." Luke Runyon/KUNC hide caption

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In Changing America, Gay Masculinity Has 'Many Different Shades'

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Johnson with her fellow researcher and sometimes husband, William Masters. The pair helped legitimize the study of human sexuality. AP hide caption

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