The Sexual Rights Committee (SRC) is a statutory committee of the World Association for Sexual Health. The purpose of this committee is to monitor and respond to breaches of sexual rights throughout the world and to provide evidence-based advice on sexual rights. It was founded in 1997 by Juan José Borrás-Valls and María Pérez-Conchillo in Spain.
WAS is dedicated to promoting sexual rights all over the world. This committee monitors their realisation and reacts to infringements. We believe that sexual rights are universal and inalienable human rights that belong to every single human being regardless of their attributes, sexual orientation or preferences.
The Committee engages in the promotion of Sexual Rights by (a) writing and mailing letters to denounce the violations of Human Sexual Rights in different parts of the world, and (b) supporting other similar initiatives and signing letters which denounce the violation of Human Sexual Rights in different parts of the world.
Chair: Tommi Paalanen
Vice-Chairs: Christopher Fox (Australia), Yuko Higashi (Japan)
Agata Loewe (Poland)
Felipe Hurtado-Murillo (Spain)
George Turner (United States)
Marcia Rocha (Brazil)
Felipe Hurtado-Murillo, PhD, is a Specialist Psychologist in Clinical Psychology and Sexologist for the Government of the Autonomous Community of Valencia. He works as a Specialist in the Sexual and Reproductive Health Unit of public health, which is also a Gender Identity Reference Unit for the health care of trans people. He is also a member of the Reference Unit of the Valencian Government for the reconstruction surgery of genitalia in women who have undergone genital mutilation. President of the Spanish Association of Specialists in Sexology. Member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Federation of Sexology Societies (FESS) and Secretary of the Latin American Federation of Sexology and Sex Education Societies (FLASSES).