To help everyone in developing and honoring a healthy
self-acceptance of who they genuinely are—no matter their age, sex, race,
creed, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin,
ancestry and disability, marital or familial status—while extending the same
grace and decency to everybody else, no matter theirs.
Our goal is to have a beneficial influence on clients by providing
nonjudgmental positive regard while presenting accurate sexuality
re-education, effective relating skills guidance, and supportive
encouragement leading to informed and healthy choices.
We treat every client with dignity and respect by promoting lasting
psychological empowerment in a manner congruent to each person's
self-determined goals, values and beliefs.
To support each person's right to sexual privacy, choice, expression and
People engage in affection, physical intimacy, and
sex for a variety of reasons, including love, companionship, bonding,
emotional connection, procreation, pleasure, conformity, excitement,
boredom, validation, power, stress reduction, and a wide plethora of
Our sexuality is not just something we do, but is rather
a core aspect of who we are, for its subtle—and at times not so
subtle—"primary directive" is deftly woven throughout our very being.
All living entities are genetically programmed to
sexually engage for the survival of the species, a fact which impacts
heavily upon life choices and everyday decisions. For this reason, to deny
our sexuality is to deny our innate wholeness and diminish our individual
In the spirit of harnessing your sexual energy in ways
that honor your wholeness and fully claim your personhood, the Aloha Sexual
Health & Happiness Center assists each client in claiming and celebrating
his or her sexuality in a life affirming manner which is both respectful of
and personally congruent to your own individual desires, values, and
As we say here in the Hawaiian
Islands, mahalo, thank you, for giving yourself this time to
explore our site in your own journey of intimate self-discovery leading to
enhanced emotional connection and greater sexual enjoyment.
Our hope is to encourage you to love kindly, and to give
yourself ever greater permission to happily express and experience your
sexual self—while concurrently expanding your capacity to love and be
loved—in rich and satisfying fullness.
Rights are Fundamental
and Universal Human Rights
We uphold the Basic Sexual Rights as stated by the Institute for
Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in
We do not moralize, criticize or judge. However—sexual abuse,
constraint, coercion, exploitation, violence, fraud, and all
nonconsensual actions are incompatible with our values and always
The freedom of any sexual thought, fantasy or desire.
2. The right
to sexual entertainment, freely available in the market place, including
sexually explicit materials dealing with the full range of sexual behavior.
3. The right
not to be exposed to sexual material or behavior.
4. The right
to sexual self-determination.
5. The right
to seek out and engage in consensual sexual activity.
6. The right
to engage in sexual acts or activities of any kind whatsoever, providing
they do not involve nonconsensual acts, violence, constraint, coercion
7. The right
to be free of persecution, condemnation, discrimination, or societal intervention
in private sexual behavior.
8. The recognition
by society that every person, partnered or un-partnered, has the right
to the pursuit of a satisfying consensual socio-sexual life free from political,
legal or religious interference and that there need to be mechanisms in
society where the opportunities of socio-sexual activities are available
to the following: disabled persons; chronically ill persons; those incarcerated
in prisons, hospitals or institutions; those disadvantaged because of
age, lack of physical attractiveness, or lack of social skills; the poor
and the lonely.
9. The basic
right of all persons who are sexually dysfunctional to have available
nonjudgmental sexual health care.
10. The right
to sexual pleasure.
The right to control conception.
12. The right to comprehensive sexuality education.
13. The right to access accurate and informed sexual