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Here is a list of websites that might help you.
If there is a website addressing sexuality that you think might be useful here, do email me.
For Teens
For Teachers
For School Counsellors
For Parents
For Researchers
Challenges to Sexual Expression
For Sexual Relationships (18 years and older)
For Teens
Anything you want to know about sexuality and healthy relationships. These are not porn websites. You are allowed to look here.
Great sex is never abusive.
Are you ready to have sex?
Canadian sexual consent law explained in plain English
Find a sexual health clinic and send an STI eCard.
Take the Sex-Fu challenge.
A sexy, local B.C. site.
A website for queer teens.
Splash page is busy, but info is good.
Sex positive information for teens.
Masturbation appears on the splash page.
Listen to their stories. They will move you.
A website dedicated to gay marriage in the U.S.
This free, fantastic, easy to navigate app teaches everything you need to know about sexually transmitted infections.
Gentlemen are sexy.
All the edgy stuff is here.
All About HPV.
Lots of great sexual health info for all teens.
More sexual health information.
Smart sex resources for teens
Smart Sex - From the BC CDC
A website dedicated to supporting gender creative kids.
Ontario site dedicated to LGBT health.
Project Respect is a youth-driven program aimed at preventing sexualized violence against teens
A teen-friendly website from the makers of Trojan condoms
All about the cervix.
A scientific website about circumcision.
Help for eating disorders.
NEDIC  
They are not real.
No explanation needed.
For Teachers
Sexual health education does not have to be a “sensitive” or “delicate” topic. When they are laughing, they often don’t know they are learning. Check also For School Counsellors, and For Teens, for additional sites.
This website has great information. It's not just the phone number.
Here are the B.C. Ministry of Education Prescribing Learning Outcomes. This is a searchable database.
BC Ed   
Canadian age of sexual consent law is outlined on this Department of Justice, Canada website.
Canadian sexual consent law in plain English
Questions and Answers: Sexual Orientation in Schools
Everything you need to do a great job teaching sexual health in Canadian schools.
This website has some great resources for teaching sexual health and healthy relationships.
This website and associated document provides answers to the most commonly asked questions about sexual health education in Canada.
The videos and games/apps are excellent teaching resources.
This organization supports comprehensive sexual health education in Canada, and advocates for sexual rights.
There is a large resource library here for teachers, from the Society for Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Canada.
This is the definitive translation dictionary.
Information on Canada's first safe injection site
Insite    
A male circumcision guide for parents, teachers, doctors and teenagers.
A remarkable website educating about women’s bodies and fertility.
Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.
This is an American site advocating for transgender equality.
A website dedicated to gender creative kids.
Ontario site dedicated to LGBT health.
Their mission is to mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men's violence against women.
Ministry of Child and Family Services document on responding to child welfare concerns: Knowing what and when to report.
Rates of reportable sexually transmitted infections in Canada from the Public Health Agency of Canada (2008).
Internet safety information
The Door That is Not Locked           
This Canadian website helps organizations create safe environments for children
Website and organization dedicated to protecting children from victimization
Lesson plan for teaching sexual ethics
For School Counsellors
Check also For Teachers, and For Teens, for additional sites.
Canadian age of consent law is outlined on this Department of Justice, Canada website.
Canadian sexual consent law in plain English
One-stop source information about family violence from the Public Health Agency of Canada.
There is a large resource library here for teachers, from the Society for Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Canada.
This American site offers support and information for people with atypical genitals.
Their mission is to mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men's violence against women.
This website and associated document provides answers to the most commonly asked questions about sexual health education in Canada.
Questions and Answers: Sexual Orientation in Schools
Ministry of Child and Family Services document on responding to child welfare concerns: Knowing what and when to report.
Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.
GLSEN 
Canadian AIDS society website.
A website dedicated to supporting gender creative kids.
An Ontario site addressing LGBT health
Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network
This Canadian website helps organizations create safe environments for kids
Website and organization dedicated to protecting children from victimization
For Parents
A teenager – someone who is well prepared for a zombie apocalypse, but not ready for tomorrow’s math test. 
You may also be interested in the password protected For Sexual Relationships sites.
Start here. It’s an invaluable resource.
This website is the initiative of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada. The information is fact-based and scientifically-derived. It’s also easy to understand.
Home-grown, B.C., sexual health information and resources. OPT has been a powerful advocate for sexual health in our province for more than 50 years.
This organization supports comprehensive sexual health education in Canada, and advocates for sexual rights.
Information about HPV and the HPV vaccine.
HPV Info   
This American website provides some useful suggestions and links about talking to kids about sexuality and sexual health.
Here are the B.C. Ministry of Education Prescribing Learning Outcomes. This is a searchable database.
This document provides general information about Health and Career Education K-7
A male circumcision guide for parents, teachers, doctors and teenagers.
A remarkable website educating about women’s bodies and fertility.
A website dedicated to gender creative kids.
Canadian age of consent law is outlined on this Department of Justice, Canada website.
Canadian sexual consent law in plain English
Their mission is to mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men's violence against women.
Website about menopause from the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada.
North American Menopause Society.
NAMS  
This Canadian website helps organizations create safe environments for kids
Internet safety Information
Challenges to Sexual Expression
Sex is more a cerebral event than a genital event.
Suggested causes and treatments for premature ejaculation (not a medical site)
Information about female sexual dysfunction (note: seeing a Psychologist is one of a number of options). There are lots of resources on this site.
Website about endometriosis from the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada.
The website for the Endometriosis Association.
Sexual function and spinal cord injury.
American Sexual Health Association
For Sexual Relationships (18 years and older)
There are no pornographic websites here. These sites are intended to provide information and education for adults, so some of the content is explicit.
Powerful images of young women who have survived breast cancer.
Everything about sex from a pioneer in the field (Dodson), and her lawyer business partner (Ross).
The Love Shop on line.
A non-pornographic website about penises and erections.
A non-pornographic website about penis size.
A sexually explicit website about relationship sex.
An American website about sex and sexual behaviour.
Local club and information about BDSM.
BDSM and alternative sexual lifestyles.
A Vancouver physician well known for the no-scalpel, no clips and no-needle vasectomy. He also performs circumcisions.
International organization for heterosexual cross-dressers.
Non-pornographic images of breasts and genitals.