At the foundation of most inequalities in expression of sexuality lie the social constructions of gender. Therefore this study focusses on sex and sexuality education as a possibility to challenge institutionalised sexism and enhance sexual well-being. As sex education has become a battle of morality, non-governmental and other organisations can be seen as alternatives to national curriculum plans encouraged by the government. This study therefore discusses the potential of NGOs in terms of sexual empowerment by examining beliefs and understanding, choices of information, strategies and methods, and approaches apparent in sex education programs and projects. Through interviews with staff, facilitators and experts, conversations with participants, and visits to workshops and other activities, this study outlines the creative power of local NGOs in New Delhi.