ALF is an India-based legal service provider to groups and people marginalised on the basis of class, caste, disability, gender or sexuality. Check out their legal analysis of the many issues that intersect with sexuality.
This “online birth control support network” has detailed, accurate and comprehensive information about birth control and deciding when to have sex. The site also has features like ‘Fact or Fiction’ to “set the record straight when it comes to sex” and ‘Frisky Fridays’, a weekly column about all things related to sexuality.
This online resource is supported by a team of Columbia University health promotion specialists, health care providers, and other health professionals, along with a staff of information and research specialists and writers. Alice answers questions about relationships, sexuality, sexual health, emotional health, fitness, nutrition, alcohol, nicotine and other drugs and general health.
Love Matters India produces culturally-sensitive and honest content related to sex and love. Take a look at their resources or ask Auntyji your questions on sex, relationships, the body and more!
SFSI provides free, confidential, accurate and nonjudgmental information about sex. Check out their sex FAQs and resource list, or contact them by phone or email to ask a question.
SIECUS (Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States) has compiled lesson plans on many different topics related on topics such as sexual and reproductive health, puberty, relationships, sexual orientation, body image, self-esteem, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, and more.
The Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN) was founded in 2001 and hosts 'the world's largest asexual community', serving as an informational resource for people who are asexual and questioning, their friends and families, academic researchers and the press. AVEN strives to create open, honest discussion about asexuality among sexual and asexual people alike. The AVEN community centers around the web forum, which provides a safe space for asexual and questioning people and their partners, friends and families to discuss their experiences.
“A guerrilla girl’s activist collective putting the sexy back into safe sex”, is how they describe themselves. Find answers to your questions about safe, pleasurable sex here, and check out their Pleasure Map to find sexuality-related resources near you.