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Sexual Health Resource Guide

This is a guide to various library and free-web resources that may be of interest to you related to sex.

As such, this guide links to books, websites, podcasts, and other resources that are about sex, mention the existence of sex, and discuss aspects and issues related to sex.

It's about sex, people. No surprises here. This is your warning: SEX RESOURCES AHEAD.

This guide is not to be perceived as or relied on in any way as medical advice, mental health advice, or sexual health advice. The information provided in this LibGuide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you or someone you care about need to talk about sex, have questions about sex, or have experienced sexual abuse or misconduct, please seek out appropriate resources (for example: a trustworthy friend, Counseling Services, TUPD, SAPD, staff in Student Life, or a faculty member). 

OK. Those are the disclaimers. Let's talk about sex, baby!