In a country where 34% of boys and 22% of girls are sexually active by age 15 and reproductive health education is scarce, the outlook seems grim for youth seeking to improve themselves and make healthy choices. How can the youth of Guatemala take control of their health and build better futures for themselves, their families and their communities? WINGS creates opportunities for Guatemalan families to improve their lives by providing them with family planning education and access to reproductive health services. Since 2004, WINGS has trained youth aged 13-19 as sexual health peer educators. In 2011, WINGS began to use street theater for youth outreach, collaborating with CAI to expand and deepen creative methods throughout their Peer Education program centered around topics such as gender roles and domestic violence. Together, we are opening young minds by sharing critical knowledge and training youth to take a leadership role in educating their peers about sexual health and healthy relationships.