Love is the answer, but while you're waiting for the answer, sex raises some pretty interesting questions.
Woody Allen

What is sex?



According to the dictionary, sex or sexuality is “the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of their reproductive roles.” But we all know life isn’t that simple! You’ve heard it before from your parents, teachers and coaches: “These are the best years of your life!” But if that’s true then why are you feeling so dazed and confused? Your body is changing. Your feelings are changing. Suddenly, having a boy-“friend” or a girl-“friend” takes on a whole new meaning. You’ve got questions. Lots of them. And you need a place to go for reliable answers.

This site is designed by Drexel University graduate students specifically to help teens, parents and educators find a variety of resources to help answer those tough questions and make responsible decisions. We’ve pooled together a great list of books, websites, organizations and helplines that are accurate, up-to-date and diversified to guide you through everything you always wanted to know about sex, but didn’t know who to ask.

Be responsible! When in doubt always talk you your parents or a doctor!

Questions or comments? We’d love to hear from you!
Stephanie Hamel (Pregnancy and Parenting) sah39@drexel.edu
Connie Hillman (Dating / For Parents and Educators) cch37@drexel.edu
Jessica Kerlin (Abstinence Resources) jjk65@drexel.edu
Chris Maisano (LGBT Resources) cgm27@drexel.edu