It’s where anyone can anonymously ask about their sexual health, from questions about pregnancy and disease to birth control and where to go for a checkup. The health educators don’t offer their opinions; so for example, they wouldn’t tell you which type of birth control they prefer.
But they will tell you about the health benefits and disadvantages of condoms and birth control, and they’ll give you the phone number for the Planned Parenthood clinic where free reproductive health services are available for those who can’t afford them.
Although bright and intelligent, he has very little interest in education or studying, instead trying to lead a carefree So Cal lifestyle of surfing, drinking, and partying.
“Yes, a female is at risk for pregnancy anytime she has unprotected intercourse,” writes a health educator who is sitting in a small office in Orange, who then explains the mechanics of a woman’s ovulation cycle and recommends emergency contraception. “Yes, that is common myth that many people have heard and believe.” This is a live online chat room hosted by the local chapter of Planned Parenthood. The small staff who responds to these questions — who all have bachelors degrees and certification from the state — say people from as far as Saudi Arabia have typed.
He surrendered to authorities Wednesday, and is free on a 0,000 bail bond.
Brown came to the attention of law enforcement after he was found on a high school campus trying to talk to the girl, officials said.
“When you have a forum that allows any type of question to be asked and nobody has to be worried about saving face, or being too knowledgeable or ignorant, and someone professional doesn’t have to worry about looking bad, it’s a terrific approach,” Tavrow says.
“What I really like is that someone can ask a follow-up question and can keep probing until they get (answers to all their questions).” People are online to answer questions every day until midnight.