Although there is an increasing awareness of the rights of people with intellectual disabilities limited progress has been made in supporting people with intellectual disabilities to create and sustain intimate personal relationships in Greece. This article looks at the attitudes of 66 adolescents and young adults with intellectual disabilities towards sexuality. Selection of the sample was based on place of residence, participant’s age and his/her degree of disability. Three Greek towns were chosen to provide the population for the study since they represented a characteristic of contemporary Greece. Participants’ comments regarding a variety of sexual issues were examined through content thematic analysis approach. The above procedure leaded to five themes: Sexuality as Prerogative, Being Ethical about sexuality, Sexuality Creating Concerns, Sexuality Generating Emotions and Talking about Sexuality as Informative. Findings revealed awareness of rights to sexual expression, protection and enjoyment but also of consequences when not following the social or legal rules. Analysis indicated issues of morality along with positive feelings towards intimate relationships like love, companionship and mutual understanding. Finally, although participants expressed some uneasiness to talk about sexuality in general there was a great interest for getting appropriate knowledge and be prepared for the future.