Teens and Young Adults
You have a right to information that affects your sexual health. You have a right to seek healthcare providers to help you make decisions about your sexual health. We know that adults may at times seem quite disinterested honestly discussing sexuality with you, but be assured, most adults do want for you to be healthy and happy in the sexual decisions you make. There is a large disagreement among adults as to what is necessary and appropriate to teach young people about sex.
The providers of the materials you see on this site share one goal,
we want you to make responsible sexual decisions that make you happy
and keep you healthy. We want you to have all of the information that
you need to make the best decisions possible for you. There is no
judgment here and no question that is inappropriate. Your curiosity
about sex, sexuality, and your body is absolutely NORMAL and we want
to help you accurately answer any and all questions you have. We even
want to help you talk to your parents, educators, and healthcare providers
We'll do our job, and we’ll help everyone who visits this site have
a little less discomfort when it comes to discussing and making decisions
about sex. We don’t think you should feel any shame when it comes
to learning about sex, because sex is as important to your health
and well being as the food you eat, the air you breath, or looking
both ways before crossing the street.
We’ll be handling sex as though it were no different from anything else in life because, really, it is just another part of life that needs to be understood if you wish to make responsible decisions. The better you understand sex and sexuality, the more confident you will be about making these decisions, and we believe that sexual confidence is an important part of being happy and healthy adults.