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Contact/Creating a Safe Place to Ask Questions About Sexuality

Learning about sexuality is a lifelong process. It can begin by talking with one’s parents or by taking a specialized course in school. Sometimes, it’s discovered through experience and research. No matter your starting level of knowledge, it’s never too late to find out more, especially since one’s personal sexuality can change with age and time.

What We Offer

When talking about sex, there are often many charged opinions and viewpoints involved. Focusing on factual information is important to gain a realistic perspective of the state of sexual education around the world. We advocate open communication, acceptance of all sexual orientations, and the development of informed, inclusive discussion around sexual topics. All questions are welcomed and answered to the best of our ability.

But What If …?

Not everyone may agree with the opinions and facts presented on this website, and that’s all right. It’s by having a diversity of thoughts and ideas and by comparing them that society grows and matures to be better than it was before. We aim only to present facts and resources. What you do with the information is entirely up to you. We welcome and encourage open discussion, both on this website and within the home and educational environments.

When to Ask a Professional

If you have a question about something not covered on this site, you may want to ask the advice of a professional, especially if it’s of a uniquely personal nature. Your local doctor or health clinic will have lots of information on sex and sexuality, and many offer confidential counseling services. Always consult a doctor before beginning any kind of hormonal contraception, as there are side effects to consider. Similarly, seek professional medical advice for the treatment of STIs.

If you’re struggling with any emotional or psychological issues pertaining to sex and sexuality, it may be best to seek help from a licensed professional. Remember, sexual health isn’t only limited to the body. Taking care of your feelings and thoughts is important, too. Everyone deserves to feel healthy, safe, and respected.

We’ve listed a few trusted resources below. All services are free and confidential.