QueerSexEd was created as a way to supplement sex education. Most sex education revolves around abstinence as the best (and, in some cases, the only) viable option to avoid things like STIs and pregnancy. But there is more to sex than the idea of promiscuity and potentially contracting illnesses and infections.
Aside from the lack of actual sex education, queer sex is almost never talked about. That is a problem, when you only have queer sex. How do you know what’s going on? QueerSexEd focuses on queer-specific issues and questions. If they won’t educate us, we might as well educate ourselves.