Sexuality and Gender

Sex and Sexuality
Sex and Disabilities
Gender, Gender Diversity, Genderqueer, Transgender, Transsexual, Intersex


Sex and Sexuality – Society for Human Sexuality – Love and Health – Sexuality guide for a better orgasm, sex positions, masturbation – About sexual pleasure and sexual health – San Francisco Sex Information – Sexual Health Network – The Site, your guide to the real world – Scarleteen, sex education for the real world – Brook, free, confidential advice on sex and contraception – Clitical, female masturbation and sexuality – The Clitoris, dedicated to female sexual pleasure and health – GMFA The Gay Men’s health charity, sex and sexual health – Gay sex guide – Sexual positions, hetero – Sexual positions, gay and lesbian – Tristan Taormino, pucker up – Violet Blue, open source sex – Susie Bright – Sexual intelligence newsletter, Marty Klein – Ducky Doolittle – Charlie Glickman, adult sexuality education – Coalition for Positive Sexuality, sex education – Sex nerd, knowledge is power. Emily is a college health educator in Massachusetts. She’s worked for well over a decade in the field of sexuality education and has grown into an impassioned advocate for social justice through sexual fulfillment. The blog is an effort to combine the three crucial ingredients of a sex column: good science, good writing, good advice. Emily Nagoski. – Good Vibrations Magazine – Real adult sex. Confessions of a prudish libertine, grumblings of a libertine prude. In contemporary society we’re expected both to praise the miracle of birth and deplore it as the wages of sin. We expect men to take cold showers if they get an erection, and to take Viagra if they can’t. We encourage straight women to kiss in bars, and actual lesbians not to. We expect young men to have sex they’re not ready for, and young women to decline it when they are. We’re expected to say we like oral sex even when we don’t, and to say we dislike anal sex even supposing we do. (…) And any time we don’t meet those expectations we get jumped on by everyone from Dr. Phil to Paris Hilton, not to mention thousands or millions of people who have the same issues everyone else does but are desperate to pass as what they imagine to be “normal.” So why do I blog about sex? The real question is why on earth more serious people don’t! Figleaf. – The Sexademic. Teach it, write it, do it. I study sex, teach others about sex, lead workshops about sex, dream about (weird) sex and write about sex. Jessi Fischer is a writer, academic dilettante, public speaker, and sex educator for universities, high schools and outreach organizations. Her educational background is a blend of academic theory, sexual biology, research training, cultural analysis, product knowledge, and sex education for the general population. – SexGenderBody. A direct, honest and respectful conversation about sex, gender & body. Community, collaborative blog. Arvan Reese. – Sex trivia 101. Trivia questions, sex quizzes, sexual commentary, survey results. Poke around and expand the girth of your sexiest organ. Your brain! Mr. Science. – Betty Dodson with Carlin Ross – Sexuality and relationship info – Midwest Teen Sex Show, video show about teen sexuality – Take it like a man, guide to strap-on sex – Sex and relationships – Sex tips for women – Ex Ed Library – SIECUS, Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States – Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco, California – Center for Sex Positive Culture, Seattle, Washinton – Sexual information about skills, problems, contraception, STI and facts of life. NVSH. – Association of Reproductive Health Professionals

Research – Electronic Jounal of Human Sexuality – The Kinsey Institute for research in sex, gender and reproduction, resources page – The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality – Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – The Society for Sex Therapy and Research – IASHS, The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality

Sex and Disabilities – Sexual health and disability alliance – Outsiders club, sex and disability. Resources and helpline – The TLC trust. Connecting disabled men and women to responsible sex workers, therapists and teachers – No big deal. Sex & disability by Clare Sainsbury – Sex and disability articles, TheSite – Sex toys and disabilities, Venus Envy

GLBTQ Resources – Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Encyclopedia – Queer Theory – Serving the world bisexual community – American Institute of Bisexuality – Empty Closets, coming out resources & a safe place to chat, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, curious, unsure – OutProud, Coalition for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth – Youth Resource, for GLBTQ young people

Gender, Gender Diversity, Genderqueer, Transgender, Transsexual, Intersex Resources – Genderfork. Beauty in ambiguity. Genderqueer, unisex and androgynous photos and thoughts. Genderfork is a supportive community for the expression of identities across the gender spectrum – Gender Education and Advocacy – International Foundation for Gender Education – About human gender and sex differences – Transsexualism and Gender Transition FAQ – Transsexual Support – Transliving International – Transsexuality and Gender Dysphoria – Transsexual road map – Hudson’s FTM Resource Guide – Guidelines for Transgender Care, Transgender Health Program Vancouver – Trans enough. TransEnough celebrates individuals who identify as transgender, genderqueer, intersex and gender non-conforming. We work to engender mutual respect between many diverse communities and allies, and towards the creation of an environment where every person may live their life with the dignity that is their due. – What is gender? A support forum for transgendered, non-binary, and significant others – Transfolk discussion forum – Neutrois. Non-gendered class, someone who identifies as being non-gendered – Non-Op. Non-transitioning: another option – Gender Public Advocacy Coalition – Sex and gender education Australia. We campaign for ISGD rights. Intersex, sex and/or gender diverse (ISGD) people are made up from many differing groups including people who are intersex, transexed, transsexual, transgendered, androgynous, without sex and gender identity, cross dressers and people with sex and gender culturally specific differences – Accord Alliance, better care, better outcomes, better lives, DSD and intersex

Asexuality Resources – AVEN, Asexual Visibility and Education Network – Apositive, discourse related to asexuality and sexuality – The asexual sexologist. – Asexual news – Asexual explorations – Ace watch. Research, information, and articles about asexuality

Polyamory Resources – Polyamory Weekly – Polyamory FAQs and resources – Freaksexual. Nonmonogamy, polyamory, bisexuality, pansexuality, queerness, BDSM, kink. Pepomint. – More than two. Franklin Veaux’s polyamory site – Franklin Veaux’s journal – Poundcake is a blog put together by a network of polyamorous kinky lovers based in San Francisco. Whynotkay, Pepomint, Dangerkitten, Eric Litton. – Poly Communication Survival Kit – Cardigan on relationships – The Institute for 21st Century Relationships – The Polyamory Society – Opening Up, Tristan Taormino – Anakosha, the gentle path to sexual sharing – Poly-Friendly Professionals – Loving More – South African Polyamory – PolyOz, Polyamory Resources Australia – Essays by Peppermint – Serolynne


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