Resources

Come As You Are

The iconic Canadian co-operative sex store have been of great assistance since we created our very first dilator set and have been extremely generous in allowing us to adapt their informational guide for use here. They are exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable, and are an excellent source for lubes, vibrators, other sex toys, or advice.
www.comeasyouare.com

Canadian Physiotherapy Association

Referrals to physiotherapists who specialize in pelvic and sexual pain.
www.thesehands.ca
www.physiotherapy.ca

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (U.K.)

The largest physiotherapy organisation in the U.K.
www.csp.org.uk

American Physical Therapy Association

Access to almost 3000 physical therapists treating patients with pelvic and abdominal health issues.
www.apta.org
www.womenshealthapta.org

National Vulvodynia Association

Association for research, support and advocacy on vulvodynia.
www.nva.org

Queen’s University Sexual Health Research Lab

An excellent source of information on different aspects of sexuality, sexual pain and sexual/gender issues.
www.sexlab.ca

Groupe Elva

Une association qui regroupe des femmes atteintes de maladies vulvo-vaginales.
www.cdeacf.ca

The Board of Examiners in Sex Therapy And Counselling

Referral service for registered sex therapists in Ontario.
www.bestco.info

Vulval Pain Society

U.K. charity supporting women with vulval pain, and their partners.
www.vulvalpainsociety.org