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LAURA: Welcome to Sex Really. I’m Laura Sessions Stepp.
Siblings, especially our older siblings, are well-positioned to advise us about many things, including sex, love and relationships.
Think about it—no one in the world shares so much of our personal history as a sister or brother.
Yet how often do they give advice? Do we welcome it when it comes? Is it useful?
Those are a few of the questions we’ll be talking about today. But first, lets hear some hard-earned wisdom, from big brothers and sisters around the country.
Megan: My name is Megan Richardson, and I’m twenty years old. My advice to any younger person, especially my siblings would be, make sure you’re with the right person before you decide to have sex. I know a lot of people who have made mistakes and have regrets, and that’s a really big component of a relationship, and of life in general, to waste on the wro...
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