Advocates for Youth
Advocates for Youth help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. For out of school time professionals, this site offers resources such as lesson plans, curriculum and education program ideas, topics and issues, and organizational development.
allParenting gives tips about ho to talk to your teen about sex.
California Adolescent Health Collaborative
This organization is a project of the Public Health Initiative in California that works to promote health for adolescents.
Coalition for Positive Sexuality
Advocating the right of youth to be informed about and in control of their own bodies
Facts on American Teens’ Sources of Information About Sex
The Guttmacher Institute is a nonprofit organization focused on sexual and reproductive health research, policy analysis and public education. Click on the link to review their published article dated February, 2012 that includes statistics on Sex, Pregnancy, and Abortion; Reports on Sex Education; and School Health Policies and Programs.
Go Ask Alice!
Produced by Columbia University's Health Education program, offering questions and answers on relationships, sexuality, and sexual health.
Health Connected provides resources for parents and teachers to start a conversation about sex and puberty.
Pediatricians contribute to this website to answer questions about sex, sexuality, dating, and love.
Identity Youth Center
The Identity Youth Center helps kids who are stuggling with their identities and gives them resources to find out more about LGBTQ identification.
Created by the American Social Health Association, offering information on STDs, body basics, and dealing with peer pressure.
Mayo Clinic supplies parents with information about how to talk to their teens about sex.
Parents Magazine online has resources for teens to browse in order to start an open conversation with their parents.
Parenting give some advice on how to talk to kids about sex at different ages and how to answer some of their questions.
Pro-Choice Public Education Project
A collaborative project of the country's leading national pro-choice organizations dedicated to empowering this new generation of pro-choice activists and supporters. With the input of young pro-choice leaders, PEP puts choice on the radar screens of today's young women, educates them about threats to reproductive rights, and provides them with tools for action.
The most youth-accessible comprehensive website out there about sexual information for young people. Providing "sex education for the real world," including information on birth control, safer sex, STDs, masturbation, anatomy, sexual orientation and identification, and communication between sexual and romantic partners.
The Sexuality Information and Education Center of the United States provides information on the teaching of sexual education in schools.
Sex, Etc. is on a mission to improve teen sexual health across the country! Each year, five million young people visit Sexetc.org, and over 45,000 read our national magazine to get honest and accurate sexual health information. We’ve helped teens with answers to their questions about sex, relationships, pregnancy, STDs, birth control, sexual orientation and more! Sex, Etc. is published by Answer, a national organization dedicated to providing and promoting comprehensive sexuality education to young people and the adults in their lives.
SexEdLibrary is brought to you by SIECUS (the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States), a highly acclaimed resource for educators, counselors, administrators, and health professionals seeking the latest in human sexuality research, lesson plans, and professional development opportunities. We’ve analyzed hundreds of lesson plans from multiple sources to offer easy access to the very best on such topics as sexual and reproductive health, puberty, abstinence, relationships, sexual orientation, body image, self-esteem, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS, unintended pregnancy, and more.
The goal of this organization is to promote women’s sexual health.
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS)
SIECUS provides education and information about sexuality and sexual reproductive health.
So They Can Know
Tips on how to talk to your partner about getting tested.
The purpose of this organization is to help teens enjoy their teenage years without the responsibility of caring for a child.
This website provides teachers with lesson plans and tips on how to teach sexual health.
Here teens can find any information about their bodies, health, relationships, and sexuality.
A website with information for teens about their sexual health.
The purpose of TeenSource.org, an online resource developed by the California Family Health Council, is to improve the health and well being of young people in CA by providing non-judgmental, accurate, and reliable sexual and reproductive health information and resources. TeenSource.org was launched in July 2001 as a resource for teens and young adults between the ages of 13 and 24.
This site from Planned Parenthood gives great information on young men's and women's bodies, how not to have sex if you don't want it, safer sex, and dealing with breaking up. It also gives referrals to local clinics.
Teen Aware: Sex, Media, and You
This website shows teens how the media affects their views on sex and sexuality.
This site provides quizzes, information, and a wide range of topics about teen sexual health.
Teen talk offers resources as well as someone to talk to if a teen needs advice or has questions about things going on in their life.