Bound Together
One couple’s insights into BDSM

Resources: Health (List)

  • AidAccess: An organization that provides access to abortion pills via telemedicine from Europe no matter where you live in the U.S.
  • American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists Referral Directory: Directory of sexuality educators, counselors, and therapists in the U.S. and other countries.
  • The Difference Between SM and Abuse: A succinct statement from the Lesbian Sex Mafia that clearly explains the difference between BDSM and abuse.
  • Herpes Handbook: This reliable guide from a renowned herpes clinic provides up-to-date factual information on HSV-1 and 2.
  • Jen Gunter: Ob/gyn Gunter strives to debunk pervasive myths and junk science surrounding women’s health. Have a question about vaginas? She’s probably answered it.
  • Kink Aware Professionals Directory: A service provided by the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom “dedicated to providing the community with a listing of psychotherapeutic, medical, legal and other professionals who have stated that they are knowledgeable about and sensitive to diverse expressions of sexuality.”
  • National Vulvodynia Association: While you have to pay to become a member of the NVA, there are some free resources on the site. Members receive newsletters, and educational materials, access to state-specific lists of health care professionals who specialize in this condition, and more.
  • Plan C: Up-to-date information on how to access abortion pills in the U.S.
  • STD Risk and Oral Sex – CDC Fact Sheet: A comprehensive rundown on what STDs can be transmitted during oral and what you can do to prevent them.
  • The Vagina Bible: This excellent guide to vaginal and vulvar health by Dr. Jen Gunter should be required reading for everyone who has a vagina. She explains all the medical ins and outs of the vagina and vulva and dispels myriad myths along the way.
Bound Together
One couple’s insights into BDSM