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For more than seventeen years I have worked with homosexual, heterosexual, bisexual, transgender, and intersex men and women who question their sexuality even if they do not define themselves with any of the above labels. So far I have found that sexuality is complex, it is much more than who we are or what we do and, at the same time, it is not enough to define us as people. Sexuality is a path that we follow and we are forming as we explore, but it is also a place to go to achieve multiple goals, sometimes tranquility, sometimes express aggression in a safe space, sometimes the pleasure of playing, sometimes The feeling of being cared for or protecting others and others. Each one uses his or her sexuality, gives it form and allows itself to be formed by it in different ways, it is part of what makes each individual unique and, at the same time, all belong to the same humanity.