Sexual Health Resources
Organizations for Sexual Health
Websites for Sexual Health
CYCLES + SEX is an ecosystem of education, tools and personal experiences to teach people about their bodies. The founders stated it was created because (reproductive) cycles and (the act of) sex is relevant and important to everyone, but information available about these topics is often shame-inducing, intimidating and hard to find! There is no go-to place to find everything you need to know, so, they wanted to create that for you!
CYCLES + SEX is not a medical resource. They do not diagnose or know what’s best for your body. They do compile resources and experts to support you in making the best decisions for yourself and host a platform for you to share your experiences.
MedAmour is passionate about sexual health and its importance in our overall quality of life. Here, you’ll find information on sexual health conditions and curated products that can help you cope, recover, and renew your passion. MedAmour provides ongoing education, body-safe natural products, and discreet shipping. By offering a nurturing, safe and comfortable environment to assist with individuals’ sexual health needs, MedAmour makes it possible for individuals to become educated about their bodies, themselves, and their partners.
HealthyWomen.org is a website providing unbiased information about the health and well-being of women and dedicated to helping women understand their health.
This website focuses on understanding sexual health issues of special interest to women. It also examines issues relating to communication within sexual relationships, and much more.
The editors of Medscape have put together this collection of news, notices, articles, and related links to provide healthcare professionals with the latest information and resources related to women’s sexual health.
Talking about your sexual experiences and desires can be difficult. But considering that women’s sexual health can have a ripple effect on your emotional and physical well-being — as well as your relationships — it’s a topic worth addressing. Follow this guide to discussing women’s sexual health concerns and promoting sexual enjoyment.
The Medical Center for Female Sexuality is committed to helping women solve their sexual health challenges with compassionate and experienced staff, trained specifically in female sexual health.
The Kinsey Institute at Indiana University works towards advancing sexual health and knowledge worldwide. For over 60 years, the institute has been a trusted source for investigating and informing the world about critical issues in sex, gender, and reproduction.
This website is a resource for women going through menopause, including references for health professionals and researchers.
Go Ask Alice! is the health question and answer Internet resource produced by the Alice! Health Promotion Program at Columbia University — a division of Health Services at Columbia.
Planned Parenthood is a respected leader and educator in reproductive and sexual health, providing comprehensive and medically accurate information that empowers women, men, teens, and families to make informed choices and lead healthy lives.
Medline Plus is the National Institutes of Health website for patients, families, and friends, providing information about women’s sexual health including diseases, conditions, and desire and wellness issues.
This website offers a list of over 4,500 STD testing laboratories available for locals concerned for their sexual health. This page provides a list centered in California so users can find their nearest option. This tool is powered by STDLabs.com.
Resources and information for premature ejaculation.