Relationships Chapter Site Map
Periods Chapter
It's Your Body Chapter
Sexual Identities Chapter
Sex Chapter
Birth Control Chapter
Pregnancy Chapter
Abortion Chapter
STI's Chapter
HIV / AIDS Chapter
Sexual Assault Chapter
Authors, Designers & Venus Team
Links & Resources
Link to St. Stephen's Community House Main Site
It can be hard to know what to do with these freedoms, and it's a drag dealing with the limitations. Many times we aren't given the respect that we deserve. Sometimes we are told to be silent. We of 'The Little Black Book' realize that all women everywhere deserve a voice. This collective of girls understands the importance of voicing our opinions and sharing experiences and stories. Adults can tell us what they think we're dealing with, but can they know? We felt it was important for young women in Toronto to have a book dedicated to what we think matters. Wherever you are in your life, there's one fundamental thing that links us all: We are teenage girls and we kick ass!
your mind and we encourage you to inquire further so that you can get your questions answered. Everything on this site is real, not a creation of our imaginations. It is a part of our world and for some a part of their daily lives, and so a website like this one is a good thing to have. Talk to your friends, families, and lovers. We think that it's important that we all reach a point in our lives where we are comfortable discussing our own sexuality with family or friends and especially with partners. It is super important to understand who and what you are and where you can go. So please continue to navigate through this site. If you're ever stuck please feel free to contact us at the Youth Department of St. Stephen's Community House (). You can also find the answers you earnestly seek by checking out the Links & Resources section on this site.
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So please read on. For those of you who are reading this content for the first time, don't be alarmed. This book was meant to stimulate
Signing off, Chi Nguyen, revised and updated, Michelle Soltau
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