Adult Sexual Health Information

Kinsey Institute

Exploring love, sexuality and well being. In 1948, Dr. Alfred Kinsey changed the world’s understanding of human sexuality. Today, Dr. Sue Carter and the Kinsey Institute have a broader mission: investigating the science of love, its connection to sexuality, and their collective impact on our humanity.

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Sex Smart Films

I love this site. Because it’s accurate and you will find age appropriate information. Children and adults want sexual information and they want to know about sexuality. Sex Smart Films producing films that provide accurate information on a very wide range of sexual and gender issues. with more than 400 films from nearly 50 different countries. You can view an evolution of sexuality education films, from the “disease model,’ “scare tactics” of the early 1900’s to the anything goes, accurate information model of today. You now have the ability to sexually educate in the privacy of your own home.

Sex Education Podcasts

Thankfully we can listen to witty and funny people talking about sex. Here are some of the best:

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Savage Lovecast:

If you’re an avid reader of the nationally syndicated sex-advice column Savage Love, then your ears are in for a real treat with Savage Lovecast. During this intriguing weekly podcast, acclaimed columnist and author Dan Savage answers listeners’ sex and relationship questions as openly and honestly as possible, and he often brings in the help of experts to better dissect the issues.

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Sex with Emily

Emily Morse is a sex & relationship expert, author, talk show host & Bravo TV star. Sex With Emily is her podcast about sex, relationships and everything in between. As a “sexpert,” Emily is known for her non-judgmental advice, accessibility and humour.

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The Manwhore Podcast

Procida is more than a self-proclaimed slut; he’s a thoughtful guy who chooses fresh, current topics, like what it’s like to be transgender and dating, or a porn copywriter. His show is equal parts smart and bro-ey. One memorable encounter will be his upcoming interview with a happy ending masseuse—while getting a handjob.


The Heart:

In the producers Phoebe Wang and Mitra Kaboli’s words, The Heart makes documentaries “with immersive performances and sound design that makes you feel like you’ve walked into a magic dream world.” And each episode of this gorgeously made show does sound like art. More than that, the entirely sincere podcast plants you firmly in someone else’s life, guided by diverse voices; all the staff members are queer, women of colour, or both. The award-winning piece “Mariya” follows a Pakistani woman exploring her sexuality in the wake of genital mutilation. “Love, Harry” is about what happens when you fall in love with your best friend. According to show producers, the podcast is primarily recorded in host Kaitlin Prest’s soundproofed bedroom closet. Maybe that’s where the show gets its homey feel.


Sex and Other Human Activities:

Hosted by Jackie Zebrowski and Marcus Parks. It focuses on sex relationships and mental health. They can be funny, light-hearted and amusing, but are always serious and thoughtful when the situation calls for it.

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Turn Me On:

Great, open discussion about polyamory and everything kink (vanilla, too!!). These guys interview a great variety of people, and ask them all the questions you’ve always wanted to know about less common lifestyles.

Guys we Fucked:

Brash, bold, and unapologetic, comedians Krystyna Hutchinson and Corinne Fisher use this podcast to interview guys they’ve slept with and riff off one another about sex. In the recent episode, for instance, the duo tackled a question that has long plagued women: “Can I Smoke Blunts With My Pussy?” Unlike other long-running weekly podcasts, the podcast doesn’t waste time on mindless news-of-the-day chatter. It’s fresh, geared to make you smarter, or make you laugh, or both. If you’ve ever wished for boisterous, rollicking friends to hang out with every week, this is your show.

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My Dad wrote a porno:

Bad porn, great British accents, and one man’s fearless descent into his father’s sexual fantasies are all encapsulated in “My Dad Wrote a Porno.” When host Jamie Morton learned that his dad had ventured into world of self-published erotica, he decided to make a podcast devoted to dissecting it, in all its terrible glory. Although listening to one episode of this podcast might be enough—the parent-child dynamic is on the verge of being over-done—it’s humour makes it one of the greats. Side-cramping laughter guaranteed.

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NSW Sexual Health Information Line 1800 451624

The Sexual Health InfoLine is a NSW Department of Health funded information and referral telephone line. The InfoLine has been in operation since 1989 and is staffed by specialist sexual health nurses from 9:00am to 5:30pm. The InfoLine provides sexual health information and referral to community members and provides specialist clinical support and information to nurses, doctors and other professionals who are treating clients with sexual health issues.