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We take our ADA and legal obligations seriously and are committed to complying with them.
Our Language and Inclusive Goals
At OFace, we want to make sure that everyone feels included and respected, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation. To be clear, when we use the terms "male" or "female," we are referring to the physical anatomy that is typically associated with those terms. When we use the terms "woman" or "man," we are referring to a person's social identity and self-expression.
It's important to note that when we talk about "women," we are mostly referring to cisgendered women, who were assigned female at birth and have grown up to now identify as women. However, we recognize that there is a wide spectrum of gender identities and expressions, and that everyone deserves access to accurate and helpful sex education.
We want to acknowledge that much of the research on sexual functioning has focused on cisgendered individuals, and that there is still much to learn about how gender identity affects sexual experience. While we strive to provide resources that are based on current scientific findings, we also recognize the limitations of our knowledge.
Our goal is to create a space where all individuals can feel safe and supported in exploring their sexuality. We welcome feedback and suggestions for how we can continue to improve our language and resources to be more inclusive and affirming for everyone.