I get many questions each month related to physiological and emotional changes women experience in their forties and fifties. This organization can help women and their partners make sense of those changes, improving the quality of life for everyone involved.
Recommended Colleges and Universities
Arizona State actually has a wonderful counseling intern program that students have access to in addition to a state of the art health center. Would I like to see a Sex Week there? Yes, perhaps in the future.
Although a little dry, their website has a fabulous PDF resource library that includes sexual health topics. They have a very accessible LGBTQ resource center as well.
GoAskAlice! was launched in 1993 making it one of the first sexual health resources guides. Over the years I worked with several Alice! staffers. They have proven to be some of the most knowledgeable resources I still refer to people to on a regular basis.
Everyone knows the Kinsey Institute, right? What you may not know is everything they do beyond sex research. They have stellar erotic art archives and fantastic graduate programs. I highly recommend their Kinsey Confidential website.
Having suffered some negative press as of late about their human sexuality classes and Sex Weeks, Northwestern is still at the forefront of creating a campus culture that embraces sexual health.
The site is maintained by university students from the University of California, Santa Barbara who have studied advanced topics in human sexuality. They provide down to earth answers to tough sexual questions.
The Health Center has really taken it upon themselves to provide up to date, accessible sexual health information. You can find a wealth of information and never have to leave their own website.
I really like what the university has done with their online health center information. They provide some national resources in addition to local and they have a nice emphasis on LGBT issues.
The McKinley Health Center offers a well-rounded program that includes some web information but even better – a health promotions department and a “dial-a-nurse” for student health questions.