Family Planning Association website. Full of good information and advice about sexual and reproductive health, clinical services, education, training and research. For people of all ages.
The editorial board of this US site is 100% teenagers, 16 and 17 years old. So it reflects their views and concerns. Covers a whole lot of topics – including homosexuality and when to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ –
sensitively and usually wisely. Recommended.
This great question and answer website is where you can go with any question, no matter how weird it might seem, and get a straightforward, thoughtful, nonjudgmental answer. And when you read the questions that others have asked, you’ll quickly realise that whatever’s on your mind, you’re not the only one thinking it, doing it, or asking about it!
The official site of the Ministry of Health’s “No Rubba, No Hubba Hubba” sexual health campaign.
Developed by Auckland Sexual Health Service. Lots of useful advice on all aspects of sexuality and personal relationships. Aimed at people of all ages.
A site on sex, life and relationships for young people from age 12 onward. It contains information about sexuality, sexual health, reproduction and contraception.
The official Youthline site, full of information about all aspects of human relationships and personal issues.
A very, very nice site funded by local health organisations around the Taupo area and put together by health nurses and supporters. Very groovy health nurses and supporters.
Think that sexual health can’t be fun?
Take a look at this site and think again!
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