|From birth to
death we are sexual persons, whether or not we are
engaged in a sexual relationship. Our deepest feelings
for other people, our fantasies, our feelings about our
bodies and our sensual pleasures are all part of our
personalities and of our sexualities.
We are all sexual--young or old, married or single, heterosexual, homosexual or bisexual, sexually active or not, physically challenged or not. Learning about sex and our sexual selves is a lifelong process.
Peer Health respects all sexual choices, and the fact that we have a wealth of material about sex does not mean that we advocate a sexually-active lifesyle over a non-active one. We recognize that some people do choose to engage in sex, and we seek to educate those who make that choice. Peer Health lives by the truism, "knowledge is power".