I think one thing that we're really failing on is using the new media technologies -- social media, online Web sources, specifically tools like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube -- it's the tools that our next generations and our youth are using. And if we're not there, if we're not engaging these new communities, how can we get them the information they need before they are sexually active, before they start to make these decisions? Provide them all that information so that when they do get to the point of wanting to have sex, or wanting to experiment with their bodies or feel someone else's presence, that they know how to do it safely, and how to do it healthily, and how to talk to a doctor?
This communication tool has been there. And it's been there for years, now. But just now are folks really realizing how important and valuable it is. And resources like TheBody.com are incredibly important to that. If the information is available 24/7 on a Website, a young person in rural Oregon can access that, without having to talk to a parent, or talk to a doctor, if they're afraid of stigma.