Sexual Health Information on the Internet

  • Canadian Federation for Sexual Health: Addresses healthy sexuality, pregnancy options, contraception and more (inclusive of all backgrounds and orientations). CFSH states it "envisions a global society that celebrates healthy sexuality, its diversity of expression and reproductive choice as fundamental human rights for individuals throughout life".
  • Our Bodies, Ourselves Website: Best known for their Our Bodies, Ourselves book publication, OBOS is a nonprofit, public interest women’s health education, advocacy, and consulting organization. This website is regularily updated with information regarding women's health, sexuality, relationships, aging, pregnancy, and more. They also maintain a great blog, and while operating out of the U.S., they are a great univeral resource for all
  • Bedsider: Babies are great…when you’re ready for them. Bedsider thinks in the meantime women should have the right to a healthy, happy sex life without having to worry about unplanned pregnancy. For that to happen, women need to take an active role in their own reproductive health. Bedsider wants to help with that.
  • Savage Love's Podcast: Dan Savage is an author, a sex-advice columnist, a podcaster, a pundit, and a public speaker. Co-founder of the It Gets Better Project.
  • Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition: A national organization whose objective is to address the various health and wellness issues that people who have sexual and emotional relationships with people of the same gender, or a gender identity that does not conform to the identity assigned to them at birth, encounter. 

Information regarding sexual assault for survivors, their partners & supporters:

  • The Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres: A Pan Canadian group of sexual assault centres who have come together to implement the legal, social and attitudinal changes necessary to prevent, and ultimately eradicate, rape and sexual assault. The intent of the Canadian Association is to act as a force for social change regarding violence against women at the individual, the institutional and the political level.
  • The Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE): SACE provides the following services without fees to clients: public education, 24-hour Sexual Assult Crisis Line, crisis intervention, Individual and group counselling for females and males (aged 3 and up), and a diversity outreach program.

For In-Depth News, Information and Research:

  • Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States: SIECUS affirms that sexuality is a fundamental part of being human, one that is worthy of dignity and respect. We advocate for the right of all people to accurate information, comprehensive education about sexuality, and sexual health services. SIECUS works to create a world that ensures social justice and sexual rights.
  • Guttmacher Institute: Advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights through research, policy analysis and public education.