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Our Mission

Our Mission

We will transform sexual health and wellbeing in the United States through human-centered design and technology.


Our Values

We believe that every person in the United States has a right to easily access the sexual health and wellbeing education, services, and support they want, regardless of race, income, age, gender, sex, sexual orientation, language, or geographic origin.


The Problem

Every year, sexual health and wellbeing issues impact millions of Americans. These issues include sexually transmitted infections, sexual assault, lack of sexual pleasure, negative self-conception, and unintended pregnancy. Sexual health and wellbeing issues especially affect populations with less political power and financial resources, such as youth, racial and gender minorities, women, and GLBTQ communities. Their lack of influence, combined with the stigmatization of sexual health topics, makes it hard for them to access high-quality sexual health education, services, and support. Technology has enormous potential to provide this access conveniently and at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions, empowering those most in need to take informed action.


What We Do

  • Create original websites and software systems that can have a transformative impact on sexual health and wellbeing
  • Collaborate with other organizations to create, improve, or maintain their sexual health technologies
  • Connect the domains of sexual health, technology, media, and design

Domains of Sexual Health and Wellbeing

  • Sexually transmitted infection prevention, control, and mitigation
  • Family planning (including unintended pregnancy prevention, access to abortion, and early linkage to prenatal care)
  • Sexual assault and abuse prevention and mitigation, and the promotion of consent culture
  • Sexual pleasure (alone, while abstinent, with partners, and with difficulties or disability)
  • Positive conception of oneself as a sexual being (free of internal or external stigma or shame)