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April 10, 2012

Introducing the New and Improved That's So Sexy!

By Michelle Reid

We're leaping into spring with a fresh new take on That's So Sexy!

Since its launch in early 2011, That's So Sexy has been a place to share our work on positive, empowering sexual health campaigns, something we're passionate about at Hello Cool World. We've been glad to work with so many partners on sexual health campaigns that make a difference, and you can still learn all about those here by clicking on the links above. But since we're always discussing sex, health and social marketing around the office, we thought this would be the perfect venue to take those conversations and ideas online to share with all of you!

Over the next few weeks you can look forward to plenty of new content on That's So Sexy- we'll be sharing articles, interviews, videos and more. While we're not working exclusively on sexual health projects, there are plenty in our network and beyond that we'd love to share with you. We want to make this little online space a place where you can not only find great information, resources and news, but also some thought-provoking discussion and ideas. 

Got an idea for a post? Tell us at the Hello Cool World Facebook Page, or send us a tweet! We'll be posting regularly from this week forward, so make sure to check back frequently or add this page to your RSS feed!

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