This website contains a wealth of citations for empirical evidence on aging and sexuality, summary chapters, case presentations, and resources to use for education in teaching settings or with clients. It is our hope that it will serve to further openness.
Andrology publishes basic, translational, clinical, and epidemiological research in all areas of andrology. This includes hormonal regulation, spermatogenesis, reproductive tract, accessory sex organs and external genitalia, sperm function and quality, prostate diseases including cancer, and male sexual physiology. Studies using mammalian and non – mammalian model systems and molecular and cellular investigations to understand male reproductive health and function in humans and important animal species are considered. In addition, guidelines in clinical andrology and andrology laboratory science, as well as ASA and EAA society information appear in Andrology.
The International Journal of Transgenderism is committed to the advancement of knowledge in the areas of: gender dysphoria; improvement in the medical and psychological treatment of transgender individuals; social and legal acceptance of hormonal and surgical options.
The American Journal of Sexuality Education speaks directly to the distinct, professional needs of sexuality educators and trainers. This peer-reviewed journal provides sexuality educators and trainers with current research about sexuality education programming, best practices, sample lesson plans, reports on curriculum development and assessment, literature reviews, scholarly commentary, educational program reports, media reviews (books, videos, internet resources, and curricula), and letters to the editor.
The IJSH promotes sexual health as a state of physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being through a positive approach to sexuality and sexual rights. The journal publishes peer-reviewed scientific papers, editorials, and reviews, using quantitative and qualitative methods, descriptive and critical analysis, instrument development, surveys, and case studies to examine the essential elements of this broad concept. Leading experts from around the world present original work that covers a variety of disciplines, including sexology, biology, medicine, psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, and religion.
Formerly titled the Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality, the International Journal of Sexual Health is dedicated to the basic understanding that sexual health is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction, and infirmity, but also the presence of pleasurable and safe sexual enjoyment and satisfaction, free of coercion, discrimination, and violence. The journal examines sexual attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors, public policies and legislative issues, and a variety of sexual health problems, including the assessment and treatment of sexual dysfunctions and disorders, sexual abuse and violence, and sexually transmitted infections.
Internationally acclaimed, peer-reviewed, and devoted to publishing a wide variety of disciplinary and interdisciplinary scholarship to foster a thorough understanding of the complexities, nuances, and the multifaceted aspects of sexuality and gender. The chief aim of the journal is to publish thought-provoking scholarship by researchers, community activists, and scholars who employ a range of research methodologies and who offer a variety of perspectives to continue shaping knowledge production in the arenas of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) studies and queer studies.
The Journal of Homosexuality is committed to offering substantive, accessible reading to researchers and general readers alike in the hope of: spurring additional research, offering ideas to integrate into educational programs at schools, colleges & universities, or community-based organizations, and manifesting activism against sexual and gender prejudice (e.g., homophobia, biphobia and transphobia), including the promotion of sexual and gender justice.
The Journal of Men’s Studies is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal devoted to providing an interdisciplinary forum for the critical discussion of issues involving men. The Journal of Men’s Studies publishes research from scholars working in a variety of fields, including anthropology and sociology, from a variety of perspectives, including social and historical.
The Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy is one of the top independent journals in the field. Under the prestigious leadership of R. Taylor Seagraves, M.D. – one of the world’ foremost experts in sex and marital therapy — JSMT is an active and contemporary forum reflecting the most viable developments emanating from the U.S. and abroad. JSMT continues to break new ground with innovative research and clinical writing, and the editor is committed to showcasing the most far-reaching traditional and contemporary thinking from all sources. You will read about therapeutic techniques, outcome, special clinical and medical problems, and the theoretical parameters of sexual functioning, and marital relationships.
The Journal of Sex Research (JSR) is a scholarly journal devoted to the publication of articles relevant to the variety of disciplines involved in the scientific study of sexuality. JSR is designed to stimulate research and to promote an interdisciplinary understanding of the diverse topics in contemporary sexual science. JSR publishes empirical reports, theoretical essays, literature reviews, methodological articles, historical articles, clinical reports, teaching papers, book reviews, and letters to the editor. JSR is abstracted or indexed in numerous abstract and index services.
The Journal of Sexual Aggression provides an international and interdisciplinary forum for the dissemination of research findings and the development of theory, policy and practice regarding sexual aggression in all its forms. The scope of the journal extends to the expression of sexual aggression across childhood and adulthood, with regard to abusers, victims and survivors, irrespective of gender, culture and sexual preference.
As an interdisciplinary and international publication, The Journal of Sexual Aggression is relevant to a wide range of professional disciplines, such as psychology, psychiatry, social work, probation and other allied health and social care professions. Emphasising research, theory and practice, the journal is a forum for a diverse professional community, including researchers, practitioners, managers and policy makers.
The Journal of Sexual Medicine publishes multidisciplinary basic science and clinical research to define and understand the scientific basis of male and female sexual function and dysfunction. As the official journal of the International Society for Sexual Medicine and the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health, it provides healthcare professionals in sexual medicine with essential educational content and promotes the exchange of scientific information generated from experimental and clinical research.
The Journal of Sexual Medicine includes basic science and clinical research studies in the psychological and biological aspects of male and female sexual function and dysfunction, and highlights new observations and research, results with innovative treatments and all other topics relevant to clinical sexual medicine.
American Sexuality believes that sex is more than just an act. They uncover, analyze, explain, and discuss facets of sexuality that mainstream media has overlooked. Smart, engaging, and always a bit controversial, their articles and multimedia pieces will get you thinking and talking about sex in new and broader ways. American Sexuality is published by San Francisco State University’s National Sexuality Resource Center.
Sexual Science is a quarterly publication of The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS), the oldest professional society dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about sexuality.
Tired of the pulp eroticization of sexuality? Annoyed by the self-aggrandizement of sex bloggers? Want a more thoughtful, heartier, smarter approach to sexuality, society, culture, feminism, and queer activism? Kink On Tap is more than just a netcast about sexuality; it’s also a community of people for whom intelligent conversations about sexuality and how sexuality relates to other aspects of their lives is a motivating force for Doing Good. Unfortunately, this podcast is now on hiatus, but there are 50+ episodes to browse through on iTunes and the website!
The place for sex ed. A blog created by Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey.
Adult Video News has a wonderful news section on their site that allows the public to become aware of legal issues surrounding adult entertainment. You can choose from subtopics like Novelty Industry, Gay Industry News, Legal Issues and many more.
Written by Dr. Marty Klein, a Certified Sex Therapist and sociologist who holds a special interest in public policy and sexuality. He has written 6 books and 100 articles. Each month, Sexual Intelligence® examines the sexual implications of current events, politics, technology, popular culture, and the media.
News on Human Sexuality continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Dr. Anne Katz is focused on providing information, education and counseling to people with cancer and their partners about sexual changes that can occur during and after treatment.
Dr. Dick is a clinical Sexologist in a private practice in Seattle, Wa. He is a practitioner of Sex Therapy and Relationship Counseling.
Professor Chalker teaches sexuality courses in Florida and NY, is the author of The Clitoral Truth and is a frequent guest on national media networks discussing female sexual issues.
A clinical sexologist, Becky’s role is to study what people do sexually and how they feel about it.
Elizabeth Schroeder, an internationally recognized trainer, consultant & author in the areas of sexuality education, youth development, curriculum and counseling. She currently chairs the Sexuality Information & Education Council of the U.S.
A Marriage Counselor, Psychotherapist, and Sex Therapist helping people understand, accept themselves and their sexuality. Besides his work in the field of psychology, Dr. Klein provides international workshops on issues relating to sexual politics, counseling and censorship.
Gina Ogden has had a distinguished career as a sex therapist, family therapist, researcher, teacher, and author. She conducts retreats and training workshops internationally, lectures widely and is a frequent media consultant.
Paul Joannides, Psy.D. is the author and publisher of the Guide To Getting It On. Paul is a research psychoanalyst who writes the As You Like It blog on sex for Psychology Today.
Jassy Timberlake is an AASECT Board Certified Sex Therapist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist With an empathic, relaxed style and a no-nonsense perspective in working with individuals and couples, Jassy focuses on sexual and relationship issues.
Joseph’s therapy focuses on domestic violence, substance abuse and family therapy. Primarily treating men, their spouses and families, who deal with sexually compulsive behaviors. His practice is GLBTQQ welcoming and affirming.
Ms. Garrity teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs at William F. Connell School of Nursing, She is certified as a women’s health nurse practitioner and as a sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE) for Massachusetts.
Wayne Pawlowski is an independent consultant, trainer and clinical social worker. Mr. Pawlowski’s areas of specialization include training skills & curriculum development, male issues, human sexuality, and sex education.
Ms. Howard is a board certified clinical sexologist in private practice and an associate professor of clinical sexology at The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality (IASHS) in San Francisco. She is also a workshop facilitator, researcher, speaker and consultant on women’s sexuality, and founded the Center for Sexual Health and Rehabilitation to provide resources for people facing sexual challenges or simply exploring sexuality.
Judith Steinhart co-created the Columbia University’s health information website, Go Ask Alice! Judith currently serves on the National Advisory Council for Sexual Health, and she’s known for her insight, empathy, and humor.
Logan Levkoff is sassy and spot-on when it comes to media interviews, having appeared in every major news source. A Rachel Ray darling, Logan commonly hangs out with the women from The View and always knows just the right thing to say when it comes to America’s cultural attitudes about sex, values, and the honest facts. If you are searching for a sex-positive and highly educated sexuality professional to appear on your network or present at a conference, look no further.
Dr. Melanie Davis provides fascinating trainings for professionals and community organizations on the issues surrounding sexological history, sexuality and aging, and talking to youth about sexuality. She is routinely brought in by business organizations to teach their sales teams about healthy sexuality, various behaviors, and concerns clients may have. Dr. Davis excels in small- to medium-sized groups who are looking to not only learn, but process the information in a way that works with their life.
Find a more thorough list at AASECT, including a directory in each state across the country.