1. Where's the tech in sex research? A brief critique and call for research
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  1. #MeToo: (Re)Shaping sexual research pedagogies through a new material autoethnographic analysis
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  1. Unspoken, yet understood: Exploring how couples communicate their exclusivity agreements
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  1. "They really hear you out": Lessons on providing contraceptive care from a community-based sexual health clinic
  2. Karyn Fulcher, Amber Archibald, Jenny Francoeur
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  1. An EFA of a revised Condom Fit and Feel Scale (CoFFee-R): Adding intimacy and pleasure
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  1. The impact of sexual education and socialization on sexual satisfaction, attitudes, and self-efficacy
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