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In March 1995, Society for Human Sexuality (SHS) was founded as a registered student organization at the University of Washington. From that time until its key organizers graduated in Fall 1998, as a student organization SHS hosted a wide variety of events both on and off campus. Amongst all other similar student organizations which had existed up to that point, the inclusive nature of SHS was apparently a first.
Although SHS ceased to exist as a student organization after the students who founded it graduated, there was nevertheless a strong sentiment that this kind of work should somehow continue. So, Society for Human Sexuality was re-created in late 1998 as an off-campus entity completely separate from the Univerity of Washington.
Society for Human Sexuality, as an off-campus entity, registered the domain name sexuality.org and began building and maintaining this web site.
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