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We endeavor to make your experience at Cedar River Clinics a positive one, with respect and compassion. Your feedback and suggestions are taken into account as we improve and expand our services.
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Today at Cedar River, my visit was excellent. The staff treated me very good, it felt like family. They don’t judge you and they are very trusting. Thank you Cedar River for giving me the best service. Keep up the good work.

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Drop off your food donation at any of our clinic locations.   Any non-perishable items are gladly accepted.

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You went above and beyond to make sure I got the help I needed financially and emotionally.

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Cedar River Clinics
May 21, 2015 at 10:08 pm

"However you identify and whatever your experience level, there are sex-positive resources out there for you."

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40 Places To Learn Everything You Never Heard In Sex Ed

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Learn! About sex! This guide includes video series, books, podcasts, and websites for people of all genders and orientations.

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May 20, 2015 at 6:42 pm

"Over time, arguments based on a right to privacy have tended to weaken and crack; arguments based on equality have grown only stronger."

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Sex and the Supreme Court

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The key cases on reproductive rights hinged on privacy instead of equality. Was that a mistake?

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May 19, 2015 at 11:21 pm

Continuing the awesome trend of teenage girls fighting back against sexist dress codes, one student made a pre-emptive strike by posting these reminders around her school

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“If my shorts make you uncomfortable, YOU are the problem.”

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Spring is here and you know what that means. In high schools across the country, it means the dress code enforcers are sure to be cracking down on girls and their “distracting” knees, clavicles, and shoulders. Continuing the awesome trend of teenage girls fighting back against ...