The 411 on Sex
Expand your knowledge on and stand up for your sexual health with these resources
  • Tips on Better Sex
    1. Libida – Tips on Making Safer Sex More Erotic
      From, a sexual empowerment website, here are some great suggestions for making sex with condoms a little more sexy.
  • Increase your Know on Sex
    1. Sex, Etc.
      The premiere online sexual health resource for young adults. Look around, get your questions answered, watch videos, and play games to learn more about sexual health.
    2. Go Ask Alice!
      This is the premiere online resource for getting your questions about healthy sex and relationships answered.
    3. BET – Body and Soul
      BET talks about sex, STIs, HIV/AIDS, and relationships.
    4. Sexually Smarter – Free Sex Ed Videos
      Check out these videos about sex ed from Sexually Smarter – everything from a Danish cartoon from 1971 to the latest Midwest Teen Sex Show.
    5. The Birds and Bees Project
      Need information on sex? These people want you to have it.
    6. Scarleteen
      Sexuality education for the real world – resources for young adults.
    7. Take Care Down There – Planned Parenthood’s Interactive Website
      A fun website where you can learn and take quizzes on sexual health.
    8. Amplify – Blogs for and by Youth
      Check out all of the various topics available at Amplify and read what youth have to say!
    9. It’s Your (Sex) Life
      MTV’s campaign for safer sex. Play games, watch videos, and take quizzes to learn about teens and safer sex.
  • Stand up for your Sexual Health
    1. MySistahs
      MySistahs is a Web site created by and for young women of color to provide information and offer support on sexual and reproductive health issues through education and advocacy. Through monthly features, message boards, and online peer education young women receive information on activism, culture, sexual health, and other issues that are important to them.
    2. Advocates for Youth – Youth Activism
      Interested in getting involved in the policies around sexuality and sexual health? Here’s a great place to start, with links to National youth organizing groups.

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