What Teens Really Want To Know About Sex


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Remember how weird it was to ask questions about sex as a teenager? High school teacher Al Vernacchio answers his students’ questions about everything from DIY birth control to how to tell when a guy really likes you, in an excerpt from his new book.

On the first day of my Sexuality and Society class, I don’t pass around anatomy drawings. I don’t hand out pamphlets about safer sex, although those are stacked on a table near the door. Instead, the first thing I do is establish ground rules. People should speak for themselves, laughter is OK, we won’t ask “personal history” questions, and we’ll work to create a community of peers who care about and respect one another. Only then can we get to work.

I’m all about context. Talking about sexuality, intimacy, relationships, and pleasure can’t be done in a vacuum.

In the back corner of my classroom is an…

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Mobile Commerce Myths – Fact vs. Fiction


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Mobile Commerce Myths: Fact vs. Fiction image Stocksy txpbc7a74c04p8000 Large 319041 300x200It’s common knowledge that mobile commerce capabilities are crucial to any business that sells online. In fact, the U.S. mobile commerce market is poised to hit $114 billion in 2014, and projected to influence more than $600 billion in total retail sales by 2016, according to Forrester Research. eBusiness professionals are aware of the dire need to create an engaging mobile experience for shoppers and integrate this experience with an overarching omnichannel strategy. However, mobile commerce itself is still mired in haze of myths and misconceptions, surrounding strategy and technology within a dynamic and disrupted marketplace.

We’ve just released a new white paper that aims to dispel some of these myths and help guide online retailers towards a successful mobile commerce strategy. Let’s take a look at a few of the key myths:

Responsive Web Design is the silver bullet

Acting literally as a “one size fits all” solution, responsive…

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