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Kids Health

A resource that promotes positive parenting, coping with communication, mental health issues, pregnancy and parenting, and dealing with teens.

Feminist Women's Health Center

A comprehensive site available in English and Spanish, giving women information on sexual healthcare, birth control, abortion and more. Provides personal stories, poety, and how to perform a self-exam with a speculum.

Puberty 101

Puberty 101 offers many links and resources to teens designed to answer questions about puberty and sexual health, but also about issues such as drug abuse and mental health.

Human Anatomy Online

Human Anatomy Online is an in-depth site showing interactive maps of many anatomical systems, such as the muscular, reproductive, nervous and skeletal systems.

Body Quest

Body Quest has links overviews of the many systems of the body, including circulatory, reproductive, nervous and skeletal systems.

Body Positive

"Now entering a body disparagement-free zone!"

All About My Vagina

All About My Vagina is a resource for healthy, woman-positive information on the vulva, vagina and everything in between.

10 common Myths, Misunderstandings and Big Ol' Lies About Emergency Contraception

It's amazing that with something as safe, simple, affordable and revolutionary as emergency contraception that it STILL isn't being used by millions of women who could use it, and who would prefer to avoid an abortion or an unwanted pregnancy. In part, that's because so many doctors and clinics still do not inform and educate women about EC. Here's some EC clarity, on the house. Pass it on!

Seven Ways to Love Your Body

This is not another diet guide. It will not show you how to lose ten pounds by Thanksgiving. It will not introduce you to a new set of "miracle ab crunches" or rave about the latest liposuction advances. And there will be no butt pads, silicone, or fat-free recipes to share.


I was about 14 I started to realize that only one of my breasts was developing. That's weird, I thought. Oh well, puberty is weird, bodies are weird, it will all work out eventually. I was about 17 when I realized it probably wouldn't. Damn. Somehow I had ended up with one D cup breast and one A cup breast. Imagine, if you will: at this point I am a dancer. I am a teenage girl. I am sexually active. I am utterly mortified. Sort of.

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