Sexual Health Information Resources


The first Babeland store opened in 1993 in response to the lack of women-friendly sex shops in Seattle. The online store offers top quality products, a pleasant place to shop, and most of all information and encouragement to women and men who want to explore their sexuality.


Mooncups & Keepers

The KEEPER and Moon Cup are small internally worn, reusable, menstrual cups. The KEEPER is made from natural gum rubber (latex) and the Moon Cup is made of medical grade silicone. If you are sensitive to latex please try The Moon Cup. A wise alternative to tampons or pads. The KEEPER and Moon Cup menstrual cups can each hold up to one ounce of your menstrual flow (An average woman’s entire monthly flow is from 2 to 4 ounces) They can be worn up to 12 hours and even overnight. Great for active women.



At you’ll find expert selected sex toys along with one of the largest and most authoritative collections of sexual education on the internet. MyPleasure aims to increase consumer awareness of sex toys as a safe, clean and exciting way for adults to enjoy and enhance their sex lives, whether they be single or with a partner. Explore MyPleasure’s sex toys for men, women and couples, polls, educational articles, games and sex tips.


The Alan Guttmacher Institute

The Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI) advances sexual and reproductive health through social science research, policy analysis and public education. They are a great source for statistical information about reproductive health.


Scarleteen is committed to providing the best contemporary teen sex ed on the internet. Their site starts where your high school sex ed teacher left off. They promote the use of safer sex practices as well as masturbation and self-loving, while encouraging teens to make informed, responsible decisions about their own sexuality.

This is a fun website self-described as "an interactive web thing for teen girls". It has health and sexuality information geared to a younger audience. The site is fully interactive with message boards, polls, quizzes, and good information.

Gay Health is the first wellness site dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender men and women.

Iowa City GLBT Health

This website was created for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT or LGBT) community of Iowa City, Iowa and the health care providers who work with them. The intent is to educate the GLBT community of the health issues specific to the community, provide access to gay-friendly doctors and other gay-friendly resources in the community, and to educate the community resources about the specific needs of the GLBT community.

Our Bodies, Ourselves

Since 1970, the Boston Women's Health Book Collective and their legendary Our Bodies, Ourselves has been a great source for information about sexual health. This website includes the companion website for the newest edition of the book.