External Resources

Options for Sexual Health has gathered together a fantastic collection of external resources over the years covering many subjects and intended to answer questions coming from varying perspectives.

Depending on what information you seek, you may find relevant information listed for other audiences and be sure to check out the relevant topics.

Know of a resource that you think should be listed here?  Or do you have a question or concern about one of the resource? Please contact us.

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Resources for Youth

General Websites

gURL.com
An online magazine for teenage girls, full of games, polls, articles, facts, and discussion boards.

Go Ask Alice!
Run by Columbia University's Health Services, this web site answers quesions about sexuality, sexual health, emotional health, questions about relationships, etc.

About-Face
Essays, art projects, and discussion aimed at helping girls and women build self-esteem, and combat unrealistic media images and expectations.

Condomania — Planet Ahead
Condomania's interactive website features facts, advice and resources for teens.

Sex, etc.
Web site written for teens, by teens, containing information on sex, love and relationships, sexual orientation, birth control, etc.

Stay Teen
Run by The National Campaign To Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, this website for teens explores strategies for practicing abstinence, information on birth control, and other help to prevent unplanned pregnancies.

Scarleteen
Teen resource for information on sexualtiy, decision-making, etc.

Sexualityandu.ca
Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists runs this information site for teens on sexual health, STIs, birth control, etc.

Teen Growth
Offers a secure environment to search for, request and receive valuable health care information on topics such as alcohol, drugs, emotions, health, family, friends, school, sex and sports.

Spiderbytes.ca
Designed to respond to questions about sexual health issues and to provide current information, links and referrals on a range of topics pertaining to healthy sexuality.

General Books

Many of these books can be ordered from the public library. Most of the books are available for sale from amazon.ca by clicking the title of the book.

Bell, Ruth. Changing Bodies, Changing Lives: Expanded Third Edition: A Book for Teens on Sex and Relationships. Random House, New York. 1998. ISBN 978-0812929904.

Drill, E, McDonald, H, and Odes, R. Deal With It: A Whole New Approach to Your Body, Brain and Life as a gURL. Pocket Books. 1999. ISBN 978-0671041571.

Jackson, Luke. Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome: A User Guide to Adolescence. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver. 2002. ISBN 978-1843100980.

Jukes, Mavis. The Guy Book: An Owner's Manual: Maintenance, Safety, and Operating Instructions for Boys. Crown Books. 2002. ISBN 978-0679890287.

St. Stephen's Community House. The Little Black Book for Girlz: A Book on Healthy Sexuality. Annick Press, Toronto. 2006. ISBN 978-1550379549

St. Stephen's Community House. The Little Black Book for Guys: Guys Talk About Sex. Annick Press, Toronto. 2008. ISBN 978-1550379624

Weston, C. Girl Talk: All the Stuff Your Sister Never Told You, Harper Collins, New York. 2004. ISBN 978-0060585754

Sex/sexuality

Won't get Weird 1-800 SEX-SENSE
A network of organizations and individuals who "won't get weird' when you need to talk about your sexual health. Find sex-positive youth clinics, doctors, psychologists, etc.

Schiffer, Howard. How to be the Best Lover: A Guide for Teenage Boys. Heartful Loving Press, Santa Barbara California. 2004. ISBN 0-9723639-0-4

Sexual Health Resource Network 1-800-331-1533

Crisis Lines

Crisis Centre of BC 1-800-784-2433
Provides confidential, nonjudgmental, emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including feelings which may lead to suicide. Call if you're worried about something, feel upset or confused, or you just want to talk to someone. You don't have to be suicidal to call. 24 hours, 7 days.

Victims Info line 1-800-563-0808
VictimLINK is a province-wide telephone help line for victims of family and sexual violence, and all other crimes in 130 languages, including 17 North American aboriginal languages. 24 hours.

Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres 604-876-2622.
A Pan Canadian group of sexual assault and anti-violence centres who have come together to implement the legal, social and attitudinal changes necessary to prevent, and ultimately eradicate, rape and sexual assault.

Kids' Help Phone 1-800-668-6868
Provides anonymous and confidential professional counselling, referrals, and information over the phone or online. 24 hours.

Emergency contraception/pregnancy

Emergency Contraception Hotline 1-888-668-2528
Offers confidential, free information on Emergency contraception and where to get it by phone or online. Hotline available in English and Spanish, online information is also available in French and Arabic.

Pregnancy Options Referral Service 1-888-875-3163 or 604-875-3163
Free telephone service to help women with unintended pregnancies find support, information, and services as close to home as possible. 8 am to 4 pm, M-F.

Legal

Dial-a-Law 1-800-565-5297
It offers general information on a variety of topics on law in British Columbia, but not legal advice. Available in English, Chinese and Punjabi. 24 hours.

Resources for Adults

Audio

A Sound Constitution, radio program on CHLY 101.7 FM Vancouver Island University Campus Radio, discusses everything you need to know about STIs, including transmission, rates in BC, prevention, and treatments.  Show producers interview publc health and OPT Nanaimo clinic nurse Anita Carrol, OPT Central Vancouver Island educator Dr. Claire Vanston, and nursing students April Brown and Hayley Morgan.

Click here to listen to this one-hour program.

Video

The Midwest Teen Sex Show produces monthly video podcasts provide sex information in a clear and entertaining way.  No topic is left uncovered!

General Books

Many of these books can be found in public libraries. Most of the books are available for sale from amazon.ca by clicking the title of the book.

Barbach, Lonnie. For Yourself Doubleday. 1981. 978-0451166814.
Explores the questions of sexual response and orgasm.

Boston Women's Health Collective. Our Bodies, Ourselves: A New Edition for a New Era. Touchstone, New York. 2005. ISBN 978-0743256117.
Feminist "encyclopedia of women's health care, including all aspects of sexuality.

Haines, Staci. The Survivor's Guide to Sex: How to Have an Empowered Sex Life After Child Sexual Abuse. Cleis Press, San Fransisco. 1999 ISBN 978-1573440790

Kaufman, Miriam. Cleis Press. The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability: For All of Us Who Live with Disabilities, Chronic Pain, and Illness. 2007. ISBN 978-1573443043.

Ontario Gay Men’s HIV Prevention Strategy. Primed: The Back Pocket Guide for Transmen and the Men Who Dig Them (link downloads free copy). 2007.

Winks, Cathy. The Good Vibrations Guide to Sex. Cleis Press, San Fransisco. 1994. ISBN 978-0939416844.

Zilbergeld, B. The New Male Sexuality: The Truth About Men, Sex, and Pleasure. Bantam. 1999. ISBN 978-0553380422.

General Websites

The following websites contain excellent sexual health information on a broad array of topics specifically aimed at adults.

SexualityAndU
A comprehensive site exploring all aspects of reproductive health. Maintained by the Society of Obstetricians and Gyneocologists of Canada.

Go Ask Alice!
Run by Columbia University's Health Services, this web site answers questions about sexuality, sexual health, emotional health, and questions about relationships, etc.

www.the-clitoris.com
Dedicated to women's sexual pleasure, health, and happiness. This website has been created to provide a healthy and open forum for the discussion and dissemination of information about the clitoris, and female sexuality as a whole.

www.womenshealthmatters.ca
Canadian source for reliable, evidence-based and up-to-date information on women's health and lifestyle issues. Most of the information on womenshealthmatters.ca is also available in French on sister site, femmesensante.ca.

Ann Rose's Ultimate Birth Control Links
Provides extensive links to information for individuals of all ages who want to make informed decisions about sexual activity and potential childbearing.

Womyns' Ware
Putting an emphasis on education, the women of Womyns' Ware deal with sex and sexuality in a frank and forthright manner. With a strong focus on consumer advocacy, their website features product tutorials, exclusive woman-designed sexual products, philosophy-driven sex toy industry exposés, and educational support.

www.the-penis.com
Information about the penis, male sexuality, masturbation, sex, or just being a man.

The Prostate Centre at Vancouver General Hospital
The Centre acts as a focus for prostate research and treatment activities throughout the Province.

XY Health Care
A network of family physicians, specialists, psychologists, physiotherapists, nurses and allied health professionals who are committed to making a difference in the field of men's health.

Crisis Lines

Crisis Centre of BC 1-800-784-2433
Provides confidential, nonjudgmental, emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including feelings which may lead to suicide. Call if you're worried about something, feel upset or confused, or you just want to talk to someone. You don't have to be suicidal to call. 24 hours, 7 days.

Victims Info line 1-800-563-0808
VictimLINK is a province-wide telephone help line for victims of family and sexual violence, and all other crimes in 130 languages, including 17 North American aboriginal languages. 24 hours.

Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres 604-876-2622.
A Pan Canadian group of sexual assault and anti-violence centres who have come together to implement the legal, social and attitudinal changes necessary to prevent, and ultimately eradicate, rape and sexual assault.

Emergency contraception/pregnancy

Emergency Contraception Hotline 1-888-668-2528
Offers confidential, free information on Emergency contraception and where to get it by phone or online. Hotline available in English and Spanish, online information is also available in French and Arabic.

Pregnancy Options Referral Service 1-888-875-3163 or 604-875-3163
Free telephone service to help women with unintended pregnancies find support, information, and services as close to home as possible. 8 am to 4 pm, M-F.

Legal

Dial-a-Law 1-800-565-5297
It offers general information on a variety of topics on law in British Columbia, but not legal advice. Available in English, Chinese and Punjabi. 24 hours.

Health

AIDS/ STI Information Line 1-800-661-4337
Provides information regarding modes of transmission, signs and symptoms, testing, treatment and prevention. 24 hours.

Sexual Health Resource Network 1-800-331-1533

Resources for Parents

More resources are available from our main resource page which are either written for other specific audiences or about specific topics.

General Books

Brown, Laurie & Marc. What's the Big Secret?: Talking About Sex With Girls & Boys. Little, Brown and Company, New York. 1997. ISBN 0-316-10183-4
A great book for ages 3 - 10 by the author of Arthur books.

Brill, Stephanie. The Transgender Child: A Handbook for Families and Professionals. Cleis Press. San Fransisco. 2008. ISBN 978-1573443180.
This comprehensive first-of-its-kind guidebook explores the unique challenges that thousands of families face every day raising their transgender or gender variant children. Through extensive research and interviews, as well as years of experience working in the field, the authors cover gender variance from birth through college. Available July 2008.

Hickling, Meg. The New Speaking of Sex: What Your Children Need to Know and When They Need to Know It. Northstone Publishing, Kelowna BC. 2005. ISBN 978-1896836706

Neufeld, Gordon and Mate, Gabor. Hold On to Your Kids: Why Parents Matter. Alfred A. Knopf Canada, Toronto. 2004. ISBN 0-676-97471-6

Roffman, Deborah M. But How'd I Get in There in the First Place?": Talking to Your Young Child about Sex. Perseus Publishing, Cambridge Massachusetts. 2002. ISBN 0-7382-0572-9

Roffman, Debra. Sex and Sensibility: The Thinking Parent's Guide to Talking Sense about Sex. Perseus Publishing, Cambridge Massachusetts. 2001. ISBN 0-7382-0520-6

Websites

The National Campaign To Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy
Tips, help, and resources for parents to help their children avoid teen pregnancy.

Sexualityandu.ca
Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists runs this information site for parents, offering tips on communication, living with teens, and sexual and reproductive heatlh. Including:

Teaching Sexual Health
Resources and tips for parents on teaching sexual health to their children.

Canadian Health Network
Health Canada and the Canadian Federation for Sexual Health team up to offer tips and resources for parents.

PFLAG Canada
PFLAG, Parents, Friends and Families of Lesbians and Gays, offers support and information for parents on sexual orientation and gender identity, through this web site.

Sexual Health Education in the Schools: Questions & Answers
Produced by the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN), this document provides answers to the most common questions that parents might ask about sexual health education in schools.

Foster Care Information 1-800-663-9999

Provides support and assistance for the Foster Parents in BC as well as opportunities for education, training and professional development.

Newborn Hotline 604-737-3737
Answers parents' questions about their babies ages birth to two. Staffed by community health nurses knowledgeable in all areas of newborn and toddler health, including infant and maternal health, infant and child care, breastfeeding, and nutrition. 8.30am to 5.30pm, 7 days. Serves Vancouver and Richmond.

Parent Support Services of BC 1-800-665-6880
Supports parents and caregivers from all circumstances and backgrounds who wish to create a harmonious environment for themselves and their families.

Legal

Dial-a-Law 1-800-565-5297
It offers general information on a variety of topics on law in British Columbia, but not legal advice. Available in English, Chinese and Punjabi. 24 hours.

Downloadable PDFs

Facts and Myths about Anti-Homophobia Education

Talks about what educators are required to teach in class about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom.

Chinese | English

Making Schools Safer for Everyone

A Handout from Vancouver School Board about bullying and discrimination in schools. Covers homophobia and racism. Available in multiple languages:

Chinese | English | Filipino | French | Korean | Punjabi | Vietnamese

Questions and Answers for Parents and Family Members of Gay and Lesbian Youth

Informative booklet covering most common issues for families of gay youth. Published by Vancouver School Board.

Chinese/English

English/Korean/Japanese

 

Sex over 50

Sex/sexuality

Won't get Weird 1-800 SEX-SENSE
A network of organizations and individuals who "won't get weird' when you need to talk about your sexual health. Find sex-positive youth clinics, doctors, psychologists, etc.

There is a great section of the Sexuality and U web site which talks about sex over 50.

Sexual Health Resource Network 1-800-331-1533

Crisis Lines

Crisis Centre of BC 1-800-784-2433
Provides confidential, nonjudgmental, emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including feelings which may lead to suicide. Call if you're worried about something, feel upset or confused, or you just want to talk to someone. You don't have to be suicidal to call. 24 hours, 7 days.

Victims Info line 1-800-563-0808
VictimLINK is a province-wide telephone help line for victims of family and sexual violence, and all other crimes in 130 languages, including 17 North American aboriginal languages. 24 hours.

Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres 604-876-2622.
A Pan Canadian group of sexual assault and anti-violence centres who have come together to implement the legal, social and attitudinal changes necessary to prevent, and ultimately eradicate, rape and sexual assault.

Health

Health and Seniors Info Line 1-800-465-4911
Provides general information about Ministry of Health programs, services and initiatives and about health and non-health services for British Columbia seniors. 8.30am to 4.30pm, M-F.

AIDS/ STI Information Line 1-800-661-4337

Provides information regarding modes of transmission, signs and symptoms, testing, treatment and prevention. 24 hours.

Resources for Educators

Opt sells Contraceptive Teaching Kits that contains all the samples and information you need to teach about contraception.

Books

Brill, Stephanie. The Transgender Child: A Handbook for Families and Professionals. Cleis Press. San Fransisco. 2008. ISBN 978-1573443180.
This comprehensive first-of-its-kind guidebook explores the unique challenges that thousands of families face every day raising their transgender or gender variant children. Through extensive research and interviews, as well as years of experience working in the field, the authors cover gender variance from birth through college. Available July 2008.

Web sites

Guttmacher Institute
American research centre for sexual and reproductive health.

Sexualityandu.ca
Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists runs this information site for teachers, with teaching tips, sexual and reproductive health information, and resources.

Teaching Sexual Health
Lesson plans, resources, and information on sexual health, for teachers and professionals.

The Canadian HIV/AIDS Information Centre
Offers resources and information on HIV/AIDS for teachers.

The Sex Information and Education Council of Canada
Provides resources and research for teachers of sexual health.

Communities and Schools Promoting Health
Provides research, lesson plans, and tools for sexual health educators.

Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Information
Produced by the Public Health Agency of Canada, this document "offers clear direction to assist local, regional and national groups as well as organizations and government bodies concerned with education and community health to further develop and improve sexual health education policies and programs that address the diverse needs of Canadians."

More Information

Educators may wish to browse the rest of our resource links for more information on a particular topic or for information geared towards the audiences that they teach.

Health Professionals

Sex/sexuality

Won't get Weird 1-800 SEX-SENSE
A network of organizations and individuals who "won't get weird' when you need to talk about your sexual health. Find sex-positive youth clinics, doctors, psychologists, etc.

Support Tools

The Emergency Contraceptive Decision Support Tool for Registered Nurses is an evidence based resource available to help health professionals provide information and counselling to clients in the realm of sexual health. This information does not replace clinical judgement or best practice guidelines.

Children

MCF Child Protection Services Helpline 310-1234 (no area code needed)
Call the MCF Helpline when you have a concern about the safety and well-being of a child.

Information about...

Our Bodies

Birth

Mayle, Peter. Where Did I Come From. Lyle Stuart Kensington Publishing Corporation, New York. 2000. ISBN 0-8184-0608-9
Cartoon-like drawings and an English sense of humor.

Harris, Robbie It's So Amazing. Candlewick Press, Cambridge Massachusetts. 1999. ISBN 0-7636-0051-2

Bodies Explained

Mayle, Peter. What's Happening to Me? An Illustrated Guide to Puberty. Lyle Stuart Kensington Publishing Corporation, New York.
Ages 6 plus. Cartoon-like drawings and an English sense of humor.

Hickling, Meg. Boys, Girls & Body Science: A First Book About Facts of Life. Harbour Publishing. 2002. ISBN 1-55017-236-0

Schoen, Mark. Bellybuttons are Navels, Prometheus Books. 1991.
Teaches the names of human body parts, including sexual anatomy, to young children (preschool).

Nutrition

Healthy Eating
There healthy eating resources can help you meet nutrition recommendations for any age and stage of life. Registered dietitians can provide general nutrition and food infomration.

Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation

Websites

Trans Health Program
Launched by Vancouver Coastal Health in June 2003 to bring together transgender people and loved ones, health care providers, health planners, and researchers to work on improving transgender health services in BC.

Qmunity
BC's queer resource centre - the hub for the lesbian, gay, trans*, bi and queer community programs, training and advocacy.

Catherine White Holman Wellness Centre
Vancouver-based clinic providing low-barrier wellness services to transgender and gender non-conforming people in a way that is respectful and celebratory of clients’ identity and self-expression.

Oasis Magazine
Online magazine for queer or questioning youth.

Books

Many of these books can be ordered from the public library. Most of the books are available for sale from amazon.ca by clicking the title of the book.

Bornstein, Kate. My Gender Workbook: How to Become a Real Man, a Real Woman, the Real You, or Something Else Entirely. Routledge. 1997. ISBN 978-0415916738.

Hart, Jack. Gay Sex: A Manual for Men Who Love Men-Revised Edition. Alyson Books. ISBN 978-1555834685.

Nestle, Joan. GenderQueer: Voices From Beyond the Sexual Binary. Alyson Books. ISBN 978-1555837303.

Newman, Felice. The Whole Lesbian Sex Book: A Passionate Guide for All of Us. Cleis Press. 2004. ISBN 978-1573441995.

Ontario Gay Men’s HIV Prevention Strategy. Primed: The Back Pocket Guide for Transmen and the Men Who Dig Them (link downloads a free copy). 2007.

Sexuality and Pleasure

Books

Many of these books can be ordered from the public library. Most of the books are available for sale from amazon.ca by clicking the title of the book.

Barbach, L. (2001). For Each Other: Sharing Sexual Intimacy. Doubleday Books, New York. 1982. ISBN 978-0385172967

Barbach, Lonnie. For Yourself: The Fulflilment of Female Sexuality: Revised Edition.. Signet. 2001. ISBN-13 978-045120200.

Brame, Gloria G. Come Hither: A Commonsense Guide To Kinky Sex. Fireside. 2000. ISBN 978-0684854625.
For those new to or curious about kinky sex.

Cattrall, K., Levinson, M. Satisfaction: The Art of the Female Orgasm. Warner Books. 2003. ISBN 978-0446690904.
How-to book for couples with great pictures.

Comfort, A. The Joy of Sex: The Ultimate Revised Edition. Harmony. 2009. ISBN 978-0307587787.

Dodson, Betty. Sex for One: The Joy of Selfloving. Three Rivers Press, New York. 1996. ISBN 978-0517886076.

Easton, Dossie. The New Topping Book and the The New Bottoming Book. Greenery Press, CA. 2003. ISBN 978-1890159368.
Great follow-up books after SM 101 or similar.

Friday, N. (1998). My Secret Garden. Quartet Books. 2001. ISBN 978-0704332942.
A collection of women's sexual fantasies.

Haines, Staci. The Survivor's Guide to Sex: How to Have an Empowered Sex Life After Child Sexual Abuse. Cleis Press, San Fransisco. 1999 ISBN 978-1573440790

Hart, Jack. Gay Sex: A Manual for Men Who Love Men-Revised Edition. Alyson Books. ISBN 978-1555834685.

Heiman, J., LoPiccolo, J, (1987). Becoming Orgasmic. Fireside. Piatkus Books. 1996. ISBN 978-0861887989

Hooper, A. (2001). Little Book Of Sex. Dorling Kindersley Ltd. 2005. ISBN 978-0756610364

Joannides, P. Guide To Getting It On!, 5th Edition Goofy Foot Press. 2006. ISBN 978-1885535696

Kaufman, Miriam. Cleis Press. The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability: For All of Us Who Live with Disabilities, Chronic Pain, and Illness. 2007. ISBN 978-1573443043.

Lluch, A. The Ultimate Guide to Great Sex: Sensual, Fun & Exciting Games to Fill Your Relationshiop with Hot & Passionate Sex!. Wedding Solutions Publishing. 2002. ISBN 978-1887169288

Love, P. Hot Monogamy. Plume 1995.ISBN 978-0452273665.

Newman, Felice. The Whole Lesbian Sex Book: A Passionate Guide for All of Us. Cleis Press. 2004. ISBN 978-1573441995.

Winks, Cathy. The Good Vibrations Guide to Sex. Cleis Press, San Fransisco. 1994. ISBN 978-0939416844.

Wiseman, Jay. SM 101: A Realistic Introduction. Greenery Press, CA. 1996. ISBN 978-0963976383.

Zilbergeld, B. The New Male Sexuality: The Truth About Men, Sex, and Pleasure. Bantam. 1999. ISBN 978-0553380422.


Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's) and Related Conditions

The following sites have excellent information on STIs.

General Information:

SmartSexResource
SmartSexResource is a service provided by the Clinical Prevention Services Division at the BC Centre for Disease Control. The website provides excellent detailed information on STI symptoms, transmission, preventioa and treatment, an online clinic finder, and a chatroom where you can ask a sexual health nurse your. questions.

Sexualityandu.ca
The ultimate Canadian web site committed to providing you accurate, credible and up-to-date information and education on sexual health. An initiative of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, the site’s mandate is to provide guidance and advice to help individuals develop and maintain a healthy sexuality.

HIV/AIDS

AIDS Vancouver
AIDS Vancouver plays a special role in providing quality health care to people affected by HIV/AIDS living in the Lower Mainland. They also run an anonymous, confidential helpline for anyone concerned about HIV/AIDS, at 604 969 4666.

Positive Living BC

Positive Living BC is is dedicated to empowering persons living with HIV/AIDS through mutual support and collective action. They can assist people living with HIV/AIDS access advocacy, education, social support, health services and more.

Positive Women's Network
Positive Women’s Network provides education, support, and resources for women living with HIV in British Columbia and for service providers in health and social services across the country.

CATIE: Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange. Education, information and resources on HIV
www.catie.ca

Herpes and HPV

HPVInfo

An initiative of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, this site has information on HPV including signs and symptoms, health complications, treatment, and prevention.

Updated Herpes Handbook
Excellent handbook with up-to-date herpes information

 

Safer Sex Resources

You can get free safer sex supplies, such as condoms and lube, at Opt clinics, sexual health clinics, and youth clinics. you can also purchase these supplies at pharmacies. Sexuality stores like Womyn's Ware, The Art of Loving or Little Sisters offer safer sex supplies, resources, and other sexual health products.

Condom Stores

Condomania
Retail USA store site specializing in sizing range (e.g., wider/narrower, longer/shorter, smaller/bigger).

CondomsCanada.com
Condomscanada has been supplying quality condom products and lubricants to customers throughout Canada, USA and Australia since 1996.

More information about condoms

Durex Condoms

Lifestyles Condoms

Trojan Condoms

Birth Control Resources

Many of these books can be ordered from the public library. The books listed below are available for sale from amazon.ca.

Books

Brill, S. The New Essential Guide to Lesbian Conception, Pregnancy, and Birth. Alyson Books, New York. 2006. ISBN 978-1555839406.

Weschler, T. Taking Charge of Your Fertility. Harper Collins. 2006. ISBN 978-0060881900.

Websites

sexualityandu.ca
Comprehensive site on all aspects of reproductive health maintained by the Obstetrician's and Gyneocologist Society of Canada.

Canadian Federation for Sexual Health
The Canadian Federation for Sexual Health is a pro-choice, charitable organization dedicated to promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights in Canada and internationally