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Absolutely. You should always have the opportunity to decide if, when, how and with whom you have sex – and if that isn't part of the mix with someone, seek assistance. It's not OK for someone to force you to do something you don't want or to use a birth control method you don't want. It may be hard, but if you feel pressured, or someone is being physically or emotionally forceful or violent with you, there are lots of resources to help you. Please use them.

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