This is an idiosyncratic list of resource links, most not specific to
sexuality, taken from the bookmark file of the Head of Information Services.
The Kinsey Institute does not endorse any of these sites, nor is it responsible
for their content. Other Sexology Links provides targeted links to conferences,
educational programs, grants and fellowships, professional associations,
research centers and libraries, and reference resources for the field
- The English Server. A cooperative
based at Carnegie Mellon University that publishes humanities texts
online, and has a section on Gender and Sexuality
See Selected Journals for
links to Sexology journals.
- Center Watch. A commercial
site that lists government and industry-supported clinical trials, as
well as giving research center profiles. Keywords such as "impotence"
can be entered into the quick search function.
- CliniWeb. Maintained by
Oregon Health Sciences Library. Clinical information index searchable
by MeSH subject headings such as "psychosexual disorders"
and "psychosexual dysfunctions."
- Global Health
Information Network, University of Pittsburgh. A worldwide directory
and demonstration project for delivering health information through
new technologies. Includes focus areas on women's health, fertility,
and population and reproductive health.
- Hardin Meta
Directory of Internet Health Resources, Hardin Library for the Health
Sciences, U. of Iowa.
- Healthfinder. A U.S. government
consumer health and human services information gateway Web site.
- Healthnet: Connecticut
Consumer Health Information Network. Developed to assist librarians
in providing consumer-oriented health information.
- HealthWeb. Presents evaluated,
annotated links to reliable, non-commercial, health-related Internet
resources organized by subject. Includes materials from government agencies,
professional associations, universities.
- Indiana University School of Medicine: Ruth
Lilly Medical Library
- Journal of the American
Medical Association's Information Centers for Contraception, HIV/AIDS,
Sexually Transmitted Disease, and Women's Health.
- Interstitial Cystitis Association.
Has a resource page on Sex
- Karolinska Institute Library.
Links to resources related to diseases and disorders; organized according
to MeSH Classification.
- Mayo Health Clinic Resource
Centers. Provides full-text of articles synthesizing current information
for the public on medical topics of current interest.
- National Organization for
- RehabWorld Library
- UMD New Jersey Robert Wood
Johnson Medical School: Selected
- The Wellcome Library
for the History and Understanding of Medicine
Reproductive Health Forum. Sponsored by the Harvard School of Public
Health, with subsections on abortion, contraception, gender, HIV/AIDS,
population and family planning, and STDs; a useful tool for accessing
journals, articles, and bibliographies.
- Office of Population
Research, Princeton University, list of links for contraception/reproduction.
- Audiovisual Resources
Association, a non-profit organization with a mission to support
psychologists in alleviating clients' personal and family problems.
It rents and sells videos on couple relations/sexuality.
Intimacy Institute Professional Library, sells videos developed
for clinical or classroom use by human sexuality professionals (as
well as self-help videos).
- Sex Therapists
- Sexual Abuse and Assault
- Sexuality and Disabilities
- Model Spinal Cord Injury
Center, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Program covers
- National Information Center for
Children and Youth with Disabilities. Has information related
to sexuality education and other sexual health issues for youth
up to age 22.
- National Women's
Health Information Center. Section on "Sexuality and Disability."
- Sexual Health
and Fertility after Brain and Spinal Cord Impairment Created
by a group of nurses and physicians in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
- Sexual Health Network,
developed by Mitch Tepper, MPH, Yale U. School of Medicine, to provide
sexuality information and support for persons with disability, particularly
spinal cord injury, or illness.
- Sexual Minorities: Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgendered...
- STDs and HIV/AIDS Information
- University Sites for College Students
- Scout Report publishes
a listing of new web sites that have been researched, evaluated, and
selected by experts.
- Book Search Engine,
a portal for books, libraries, writing and related Web sites. The Kinsey
Institute is located under the category path of Libraries:Archives and
Special Collections:Regional:United States:Indiana.