The Society of Obstetricians & Gynecologists of Canada runs a fantastic website that is committed to providing you credible and up-to-date information and education on sexual health. This website is made possible with the guidance and collaboration of a team of distinguished Canadian medical organizations.
The Sex Information and Education Council of Canada
SIECCAN is the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada, a national non-profit educational organization established in 1964 to foster public and professional education about human sexuality.
Scarleteen is a fun and educational sexuality website geared towards teens.
Created by Planned Parenthood, the site links to an "ask the nurse" section and other text-based info on sister site, Teenwire.org, but the saucy information videos with titles like "Hot & Heavy" and "Bring Your Sister" are likeyl to attract more attention.
Go Ask Alice
Go Ask Alice! Is the question and answer Internet resource coordinated by folks at Columbia University
Part of the Teen-toTeen Sexuality Education Project at Rutgers University, the site provides solid information and debunks myths in teen-friendly language that doesn't sound phoney because it's written by the real deal. Includes a community forum and blog that tackles a range of issues, as well as a long list of scientific and slang definitions that could be equally useful for parents and teens.
That's Not Cool is a national public education campaign that uses digital examples of controlling, pressuring and threatening behavior to raise awareness about and prevent teen dating abuse. That's Not Cool provides tools to help you draw your digital line about what is, or is not, okay in your relationships.
A great online source for everything textual. Provides information on texting and relationships, how to deal with harassment, and how to cope with stress. Through a variety of games and activities you can test your texting knowledge, find out how to use this great technology safely, and learn what to do when someone crosses the line.
The Coalition for Positive Sexuality
The Coalition for Positive Sexuality (CPS) is a grassroots direct-action volunteer group formed in Chicago in the spring of 1992 by high school students and member of the AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power (ACT UP), Queer Nation (QN), Emergency Clinic Defense Coalition (ECDC), and No More Nice Girls.
A UK website designed to provide youth-friendly information, with a focus on reducing teen pregnancy rates.
Healthy Sexuality Resources
Nova Scotia-Centred Documents
On-line access to several reports and resources, including 1) Sex? A Healthy Sexuality Resource; 2) Framework for Action: Youth Sexual Health in Nova Scotia; and 3) How to Talk to Your Kids about Sexuality and Healthy Sexual Choices