We are Kiki For The Future™. We are creating an app that curates sexual health resources for the queer community. We are a platform for queer sexual education, for sexual liberation, for knowledge, for power, joy, freedom, and connection. Please check out our blog, sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok. You can also join us on Patreon for exclusive content.
Kiki For The Future™ was founded in 2020 to address the gap in sexual health resources and education for the LGBTQIA+ community. This lack of education starts early: one study found that fewer than 8% of LGBT youth have access to positive representations of LGBT sexuality in their sex ed classes. This renders us essentially invisible and creates a barrier to having safe, pleasurable sex lives. We also face healthcare disparities like doctors who are not educated in queer sexual health needs that lead to higher rates of STIs and fewer preventative healthcare visits. Learning about sexual health and pleasure shouldn’t be daunting.
We created Kiki For The Future™ as a way to counter the cisgender, heterosexual-centered sex ed that is taught in most schools in the US. This platform aims to create space for fun, fact-based, and easy-to-understand discussions about sex. For the newly out to the old pros, for everything from basic anatomy to butt plugs, Kiki For The Future™ is about inclusion for all. All genders, all sexualities, all types of sex and relationships.
All feedback, comments, requests for technical support and other communications relating to the Services should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Our Badass Team
Krista White (She, Her, Hers)
Krista White is a queer, Black writer and actor who decided to take a UX Design class on a whim in 2019. She fell in love with her final project, a prototype for the sexual health app that would become Kiki. She is thrilled to be working with an incredible team to bring this work to fruition. Based in New York City, she loves sci-fi, baking, and writing fiction.
Nicholas Frattaroli (He, Him, His)
Nick is a Web Developer based out of NYC. As a proud member of the Bear community He is excited to help bring sexual health and education to underserved members of the LGBTQ+ community. An avid fan of all things Nerdy(From ESports to D&D) he is excited to help others by aiding in format to disseminate helpful information in one convenient place.
Mick Franco (He,Him,His)
Mick is a Data Scientist based in Connecticut. As a proud member of the LGBTQ community, he excited to contribute his analytical skills to helping the team identify underserved groups and the sexual health information that they need but might not be able to find elsewhere. He always likes to stay abreast of current events, but is also passionate about cooking, gardening, and hockey (go Bruins!).
Jesse Green (They/Them)
Jesse is a Web Developer based out of Salt lake city, Utah. As part of the LGBTQ community, They are excited to help build a safe sex education to contribrute to the members around them. Also shining positivity in queer spaces that sometimes get look over. They love to bake, paint, and go hiking with their goldendoodle. You can also catch them at a local coffeeshop drinking a latte if your lucky.
Amanda Lynn Castonguay (They/She)
Amanda Lynn is a Full-Stack Engineer, with a passion for teamwork and usability, who lives and worksin Portland, Maine. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community and an advocate for diversity in tech, they’re exited to work on a project that gives back to this community. When not working on one of their many projects, you can find Amanda tending to pet fish or riding their bike. Although, if it is summer, they are probably at the beach.
LinkedIn: Amanda Castonguay