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'SexuWellness' nights create a safe space for women to discuss sex, reproductive health and more

CHICAGO - "SexuWellness" is, well, kind of an unusual name for a sexual and reproductive health drop-in program. But then this program, targeted at women and open to people who are transgender or gender-nonconforming, isn't your average dry, overly clinical sex ed class of old.

"Our angle is to create something exciting," said Amy Miller, manager of Howard Brown's Women's Health Services. And they do, with topics like masturbation, queer sex and body positivity, and the participation of Early to Bed, the feminist sex shop, that sends its sex educator to take part in the

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