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Cervical Cancer Took Our Matriarch

January is Cervical Health Awareness month. Nearly 13,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year.   In 1999 one of those women was my great-grandmother, Elizabeth "Malizabeth" Smith Jones. My great-grandmother was the matriarch of our family. She was known for feeding us good ole country meals, keeping a huge 5-gallon… Continue reading Cervical Cancer Took Our Matriarch

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2017: We Did That!

2017 has been such a great year for The Minority Sex Report (MSR) and we have all of you to thank for it!  2 0 1 7 700 Condoms Distributed 1045 Instagram Followers 527 Tweets A new Facebook page  4 Conferences 1 Award Numerous networking opportunities, words of wisdom, laughs, smiles,  and sex ed questions… Continue reading 2017: We Did That!

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We Are Still Here: Native Sex Ed

November is recognized as National Native American Heritage Month.  During this time we celebrate our traditions, cultures, and histories, as well as honor our ancestors and Indigenous Peoples worldwide. Last night I had the opportunity to attend The Second Annual American Indian Culture Show hosted by the Carolina Indian Circle. There were so many great… Continue reading We Are Still Here: Native Sex Ed

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Recap: NCSEXCON “Sexual Health Equity”

On September 14th and 15th we had the opportunity to attend the NC Sexual Health Conference (NCSEXCON). This year's theme  "Sexual Health Equity" was inspired by Dr. Cornell Wright's closing keynote speech at last year's conference. He defined sexual health equity as "an approach to the state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to… Continue reading Recap: NCSEXCON “Sexual Health Equity”