Curious about sex, your body and relationships?
Struggling with porn?
Access to healthy sex and relationship information is YOUR RIGHT!
WARNING: for some viewers/teens THIS PAGE MAY CONTAIN CONTENT THAT IS TOO ADULT.
Every teen is on a spectrum of knowledge and informational needs. If you find content that doesn't vibe with your values and lifestyle, feel free to skip it. What you won't find here is misinformation or unhealthy information. I source the SAFE websites so that you can get answers to all of your questions & live YOUR BEST LIFE with the MOST HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS!
It is important to know, pornography may answer some of your questions but it is more damaging than helpful. It gives you unhealthy ideas and expectations about yourself, your partner, other people, sex, and sexuality. Seek healthy information!
Please be sure to visit the video page (under resources) as well, as there are many informational video resources to check out!
I Needed 2 Know (IN2K) is a movement for crucial change to our current patchwork of sex education mandates in the United States. Without mandatory, Comprehensive Sexuality Education+ (CSE+) the majority of young people turn to pornography to learn. But the damage of learning from an information source, like mainstream pornography, is hurting young people in a myriad of ways.
Scarleteen is an independent, feminist, grassroots sexuality and relationships education media and support organization and website. It is considered the most popular and widely used site by ages 15-30.
We provide sex and relationship information and support for young people worldwide.
Callisto is an online platform designed to meet the needs of college students who have experienced sexual assault. It allows survivors of repeat offenders to connect with pro bono attorneys, learn more about their options moving forward, and choose the path best for them.
The American Sexual Health Association promotes the sexual health of individuals, families and communities by advocating sound policies and practices and educating the public, professionals and policy makers, in order to foster healthy sexual behaviors and relationships and prevent adverse health outcomes.
Fight the New Drug is a non-religious and non-legislative organization that exists to provide individuals the opportunity to make an informed decision regarding pornography by raising awareness on its harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts.
why media matters
Key facets of identity — like gender, social class, age, sexual orientation, race and ethnicity, religion, and disability — play prominent roles in the media we consume and create, determining how we see, understand, and experience the world and those we encounter in it.