Andrea Taylor is a social worker in Edmonton, Alberta. She works as an abortion and birth control counselor at a women's clinic.
Taylor has been working in women's health for years in various environments, much of which has been with inner-city populations in areas of mental health, homelessness, prostitution and HIV. She currently works at a women's clinic where she does pre-abortion and birth control counseling.
She is the mother of an 11-year old and she has the life experience to back up the professional stuff! Humor is her favorite learning tool, especially when it comes to sex.
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