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    In the Philippines, a Dial-A-Friend counselor speaks on the phone with an adolescent, answering questions about sexual responsibility. In the late 1980s, the hotline was a new phenomena in the Philippines and the only place where teenagers could seek information anonymously.

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    A Dial-A-Friend counselor on the phone with an adolescent, answering questions about sexual responsibility. In the late 1980s, the hotline was a new phenomena in the Philippines and the only place where teenagers could seek information anonymously.

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    A Dial-A-Friend counselor answers questions about sexual responsibility for adolescent callers in the Philippines. In the late 1980s, the hotline was a new phenomena in the Philippines and the only place where teenagers could seek information anonymously.

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    In the Philippines, Dial-A-Friend counselors take a break from answering questions about sexual responsibility on the phone. In the late 1980s, the hotline was a new phenomena in the Philippines and the only place where teenagers could seek information anonymously.

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    A Dial-A-Friend counselor on the phone with an adolescent, answering questions about sexual responsibility. In the late 1980s, the hotline was a new phenomena in the Philippines and the only place where teenagers could seek information anonymously.

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    A Dial-A-Friend counselor on the phone with an adolescent, answering questions about sexual responsibility. In the late 1980s, the hotline was a new phenomena in the Philippines and the only place where teenagers could seek information anonymously.

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    A crowd of students at Ramon Magsaysay High School listening to popular singer Lea Salonga. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    A crowd of students at Ramon Magsaysay High School listening to popular singer Lea Salonga. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    A crowd of students at Ramon Magsaysay High School listening to popular singer Lea Salonga. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    A female adolescent participating in a contest at Ramon Magsaysay High School (Lea Salonga on left). Students were asked to explain the meaning of "I Still Believe," the title of Lea Salonga and Charlie Masso's album. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to...

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    A "sing-alike" contest during Lea Salonga's campus tour at Adamson University. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    A young girl in the audience during Lea Salonga's campus tour at Adamson University. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    Faculty in the audience during Lea Salonga's campus tour at Adamson University. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    Lea Salonga giving away a poster of the "I Still Believe" album during a campus tour. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    A poster on sexual responsibility in an art competition during Lea Salonga's campus tour to promote the "I Still Believe" album. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts,...

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    Posters on display for an art competition during Lea Salonga's campus tour to promote the "I Still Believe" album. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students'...

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    Posters on display for an art competition during Lea Salonga's campus tour to promote the "I Still Believe" album. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students'...

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    A poster on sexual responsibility in an art competition during Lea Salonga's campus tour to promote the "I Still Believe" album. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts,...

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    German Moreno interviewing Engelbert Apostol, winner of an art competition, on television. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    Students at Torres High School listening to popular singer Lea Salonga. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    Lea Salonga (right) asking a contestant at Torres High School to explain the meaning of "I Still Believe," the title of Lea Salonga and Charlie Masso's album. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours...

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    A crowd of students at Torres High School listening to popular singer Lea Salonga. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    A crowd of students at Torres High School listening to popular singer Lea Salonga. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    A crowd of students at Torres High School listening to popular singer Lea Salonga. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours culminated in mini-concerts, students' essays, and art contests.

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    A student at Ramon Magsaysay High School winning a prize for explaining the meaning of "I Still Believe," the title of Lea Salonga and Charlie Masso's album. Ms. Salonga performed and spoke about sexual responsibility to some 50,000 students during her tour of schools. The tours...

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