For youth and adults
Scarleteen’s sex ed content and approach is original and strongly youth-driven but is also in alignment with current guidelines for comprehensive sexuality education for adolescents.
AMAZE.org has caregiver resources both about what’s appropriate to share with kids at different ages as well as videos for youth and for carers. AMAZE jr. provides information for guardians as well as videos they can share with their 4-9 year-old children.
The Go Ask Alice! site from Columbia University offers information about all aspects of health, including sexual and reproductive health.
The Family Acceptance Project helps ethnically, socially, and religiously diverse families decrease rejection and increase support for their LGBTQ children.
Sex Etc. is an online teen-written magazine backed by health care professionals from the Center for Applied Psychology at Rutgers University.
800-799-SAFE (7233) is the National Domestic Violence Hotline. Advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf. They provide crisis intervention, safety planning, info, and referrals to local agencies.
The RISE: Healthy for Life Facebook page offers helpful information from many sources.
Dr. Ruth’s homepage provides current and recent questions and answer, sex tips, and sex polls.
Bedsider provides comprehensive information about a whole variety of birth control methods and educates men and women about contraception and sexual health.
The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health seeks to end the stigma and shame sex often is wrapped in and instead focus on pleasure and wellness. Their resource page is a treasure trove of positive information.