Please note, inclusion here does not equate to endorsement.
Remedial Ropes provides a wealth of information on bondage safety & risk-awareness education for new & experienced rope tops & bottoms.
Kink Abuse is a resource to help people identify signs & symptoms of abuse & abusive situations.
Submissive Guide provides tips, information, & resources for personal submission with & without a partner.
Crash Restraint offers detailed information in easy-to-follow video format on rope bondage & safety.
A wonderful book that provides an introduction to kinbaku, also known as shibari. The book includes a brief history of kinbaku, a summary on types of rope, as well as several beginner & intermediate tie breakdowns.
An excellent read that emphasizes rope bottoming inclusivity by highlighting bondage practices for all persons (curvy, gender non-conforming, male, 40+, limited range of motion & special physical conditions).
This self-suspension guide walks the reader through practical rope theory & offers step-by-step suspension guides with instructional photos & multiple tie variations.
The Ethical Slut provokes reflection on the diverse range of possible relationship structures & discusses skills & techniques for ethical polyamory like honest & open communication of emotions & navigating jealousy.
Real Sex addresses many of the sticky emotions often surrounding sex to fully embrace & reclaim our sexual energy while discussing ways to connect with & healthfully express our sexual self.
We have long been exposed to a comparative mindset as taught through our culture, media, & surroundings. Feelings of insufficiency may creep in when we feel threatened or as though we are "not enough" for our partner. This is often experienced in the form of jealousy. The Jealousy Workbook offers techniques & exercises for confronting & dealing with jealousy it relates to managing open relationships.
Sex at Dawn dissects the standard narrative while exploring customary socio-erotic exchanges from a wide variety of cultures around the world, past & present.
Franklin Veaux's site gives an introduction to the basic concepts of polyamory, along with practical tips & principles.
A self-titled "front door" for folks that are new to polyamory or have a partner that is interested in practicing polyamory.
Loving more provides resources & information relating the awareness & support of polyamory.
The Polyamory-Friendly Professionals directory includes psychologists, psychotherapists, physicians, lawyers, financial advisors, massage therapists, social workers, chiropractors, lecturers, organizers, & other poly-aware professionals.
I volunteer at the Center for Positive Sexuality, a non-profit that “addresses social issues through sex positive research & education.” They have a fantastic library of resources on all kinds of positive sexuality topics.