4. Be Accessible
We level the playing field so exploring sexual pleasure and health can be accessible to everyone.
It's a big word, but in a nutshell, being accessible means doing our work in a way that doesn't exclude people. It sounds easy, but it takes hard work and constant vigilance. Sexuality is part of everyone's experience, regardless of age, gender, race, sexual orientation or identity, disability, ethnicity, religious affiliations, how we move, talk, or think. We work hard so that anyone and everyone can come to the table, not just the people we eat with everyday.
From our wheelchair accessible bathroom to our carefully curated DVD selection to the words we choose when talking about sex; we make decisions that open up sexual possibilities, not shut them down.
Ironically, in creating a place for those of us who usually feel left out, we've made a space for everyone.