The Sexperts are a group of students who serve Hampshire's community as sexual health peer educators and activists. Addressing issues from the nuts and bolts of safer sex and contraception practices to broader issues of how identities intersect with sexual health, the Sexperts combine theory and practice as an important campus resource. The Sexperts both attend and facilitate trainings on sexual health, sexual anatomy, STIs, contraception, and sexuality. They meet weekly to plan programming and events and continue to learn, teach, and hone their skills as peer educators. The Hampshire Sexperts are dedicated to providing not only medically accurate information (to the best of their abilities), but also to serve as a forum for talking about all aspects of sexuality, including (but not limited to!) pleasure, sexual preferences, safety, communication, identity, and relationships.