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Sex is never an easy topic to broach. Even when you're in a relationship. So one can only imagine what it's like to discuss the birds and the bees with teenagers or youth in general. That discussion can be just as excruciating as chatting about it with granny. But kids have to be educated and boy do they have thoughts on the matter. Better to learn through class than online though.

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The body is amazing thing. It can create life, run hundreds of miles and devour two chocolate cakes in one sitting. That's why we're told so often to take care of it and treat it like a temple. Which, truthfully most of us neglect to do. We have to stay on top of it's progress, and check it frequently for oddities and signs of trouble. But sometimes we discover oddities we just have to live with. The body is not perfect. (Unless you're Michael B. Jordan) And there sections that may be slightly... off. But no need to panic.

Redditor u/BeetleTooth4247 was hoping everyone was willing to share a few deets about personal anatomy by asking.... What's something that's not right about your body, but not serious enough to go to a doctor about?
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Bodies are beautiful. Everyone's body is a treasure. There is no reason to feel shame. Sure most of us have pounds to lose and other's have the illusion of perfection but every body has value. We are connected to our bodies for life so we might as well find peace with what we've got. Take a chapter from those who work with naked bodies on the regular. It's just another day at the office for them.

Redditor u/merzickel wanted to know how everyone makes it work when you're surrounded by all nudes by asking.... Doctors, massage therapists, and other people who see naked bodies at work: what are most people insecure about when it comes to their bodies that's actually super common and normal?

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The body is an amazing thing, capable of extraordinary possibilities. We often tend to ignore our bodies, which is a ludicrous thing to do. The more we know about our bodies, the longer we can keep them functioning at 100%. Everything is connected, so everything functions as a whole to keep us breathing and strong. So let's figure out the things that we don't know that we most definitely should.

Redditor u/alwaysclimbing5 wanted to learn a few things about anatomy by asking.... What's a cool fact about the human body that a lot of people don't know?

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It's gotta be exhausting, being a doctor, and explaining simple things to patients about how their bodies work.

At some point, there's gotta be a line. Like, how could you not know that you've got two nostrils? How did you not know that, no, you cannot digest a wooden chopstick?

People need to take more initiative to educate themselves on their own bodies.

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