We’ve carefully selected these blogs because they’re actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. Nominate your favorite blog by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
When it comes to sexual health, you may not always be comfortable talking to your doctor (or anyone else) about it. That’s why we love reading blogs that provide the information we’re after. These blogs aim to inform and empower readers without embarrassment or fear.
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Dr. Emily Morse is a sex and relationship expert and doctor of human sexuality. She’s also the creator and host of the top-rated podcast by the same name as her blog. Sex with Emily covers everything from sex dreams and period sex to dildos, vibrators, and talking dirty. Emily is all about helping her readers (and listeners) embrace their sexuality in a healthy way.Visit the blog.
With the mission of improving teen sexual health across the country, Sex, Etc. covers sex, relationships, pregnancy, STIs, birth control, sexual orientation, and more. Here you can find stories written by teen staffers, opportunities to get involved in advocacy, and forums for participating in moderated discussions. Visit the blog.
Since 1998, Scarleteen has been sharing posts about sexuality, sex, sexual health, relationships, and more for the teen audience. There are literally thousands of pages of information to sift through on this blog. Any question you have is likely already answered here. It’s a diverse, inclusive space that also provides message boards and opportunities to share your own story. Visit the blog.
Published by the International Planned Parenthood Federation, this blog is part of a collective effort to champion sexual and reproductive health rights for all. The blog includes information about advocacy, legislation, and ways you can help. Visit the blog.
SH:24 is a pioneering online sexual and reproductive health service. The blog partners with the United Kingdom’s National Health Service to provide free STI test kits, information, and advice. On the blog, you’ll find everything from posts about stealthing and contraception to ways to remain body positive in a digital age.Visit the blog.
Based in California (and able to connect readers to local clinics), Teen Source provides information about birth control, STIs, and relationships. They also discuss teen rights when it comes to everything from abortion and consent to emergency contraception. Visit the blog.
Leah Campbell is a writer and editor living in Anchorage, Alaska. She’s a single mother by choice after a serendipitous series of events led to the adoption of her daughter. Leah is also the author of the book “Single Infertile Female” and has written extensively on the topics of infertility, adoption, and parenting. You can connect with Leah via Facebook, her website, and Twitter.