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Calee Spinney

Calee Spinney first acclaimed sexpert status while working as a Resident Advisor at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. She did many education programs that centered on many aspects of sexuality, including sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and how to avoid them, methods of birth control available, oral sex technique, and how to talk to a partner about sexual issues. With a building of approximately 500 first-year college students coming to her with sex-related questions, she has heard almost everything by now -- so there are no worries about being "the first" to ask a question! She also received NH state certification to serve as a rape crisis advocate at the Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program at UNH, so she is also educated about sexual violence issues. She is now pursuing a Master of Forensic Sexology from the Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Australia. She hopes to get involved with sexual education in the future, at either the high school or college level. She would love to answer questions surrounding first sexual experiences, birth control, STIs, masturbation, female sexual response and any form of sexual violence.

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