We believe kids can learn to be responsible for their own sexuality without shame.

We believe knowledge is power and kids have the right to have their questions answered.

We believe sexuality is a fulfilling and positive aspect of being alive.

We believe sexual relationships should be caring and honest, and never exploitative or coercive.

We believe all people regardless of their backgrounds, abilities, biological sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation should have equal rights and deserve equal respect.

We believe sexual relationships should be appropriate to the developmental level and maturity of the individuals.

We believe it is healthiest for young teens to postpone sexual intercourse.