Note that some resources on this page link to resources containing explicit content (sexual activity and nudity). Please use caution if you do not wish to access such resources, and please consider the comfort and consent of those immediately around you when accessing these links.
Kerry Sutra – local!
Kerry is a local pleasure activist whose work focuses on pleasure, healing, sexuality, and self-love for Black people and other melanated folks. Kerry offers one-on-one relationship and intimacy coaching, free online YouTube videos, and corporate consulting packages.
YouTube series of short videos by National Council on Independent Living, produced and hosted by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Discusses everything from consent, masturbation, pregnancy, and pleasure.
A listing of resources for both people with disabilities and caregivers and educators about how to talk about sexual education, hygiene, masturbation, puberty, boundaries, and safety.
Teaching Tools for teachers and sex educators for providing sexual education to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, for use in schools. Ontario does not provide sexual education for students with disabilities and has not produced any curriculum, so we’ve linked Alberta’s here.
Uncensored and fun videos by real sex professionals. Sex School is committed to normalizing our right to access honest, unbiased sex education resources. They provide educational videos with paid performers depicting real, safe, and consensual sex to help provide education about getting to know your body, feeling good, making others feel good, consent, safety, and pleasure. Some resources are accessible for free, but most require signing up for a paid subscription.
Download their First Nations Sexual Health Toolkit that discusses sexual health for Indigenous youth.
Sexual education online hub founded by Andrea Barrica, a queer woman of colour, with resources for all relationship dynamics (LGBTQ+, straight, polyamorous, monogamous, etc). They also sell sex toys.
The Pleasure Project is an international education and advocacy organization working to eroticize safer sex. They build bridges between the public health world and the pleasure and sex industry, and help to develop the evidence base for a sex-positive and pleasure-based approach to sexual health and rights. They run a blog, maintain a map of pleasure advocacy organizations across the world, and have resources and trainings for providers and sexual health educators.
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Location: 526 Richmond St. E, Toronto
- For sex workers specifically: They provide monthly workshops on sexual health and education, distribute harm reduction materials and work with community organizations and service providers to better meet the needs of sex workers
Online, Toronto-based, queer-friendly, feminist sex toy store that also provides workshops such as “Giving Great Head” and pegging workshops. Their founder also offers sex therapy.
Sex[M]ed is a Canadian-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to combating sexual health inequities by providing comprehensive sexual health education to healthcare practitioners. They work to highlight what is missing from the healthcare curriculum by providing inclusive, diverse, and comprehensive resources about sexual health. They strive to make their work trans and intersex-inclusive, anti-ableist, anti-classist, anti-racist, anti-fatphobic, and anti-sexist.