Other helpful organisations
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Report Remove is here to help young people under 18 in the UK to confidentially report sexual images and videos of themselves and remove them from the internet. It is jointly run by Childline and Internet Watch Foundation.
NHS Sexual Health Services
You can find a local young people’s sexual health service on the NHS website.
A guide to sex, love and relationships for young people aged 14–18. It covers topics suitable for all genders, sexualities, levels of ability, backgrounds, beliefs and values.
Marie Collins Foundation
A UK charity that helps children who’ve been affected by online sexual abuse and exploitation to recover and live safe, fulfilling lives.
Support for young people with any issues they might be facing, from mental health to sex and relationships. The site has an online community and confidential helpline and counselling service.
The Reward Foundation
A UK charity that looks at the science behind sex, relationships and love. They share information about pornography and how it impacts our brain, our relationships and our physical and mental health.
A website for young people that aims to help people take control of their sexual health, enjoy healthy relationships and explore their gender or sexual identities. The website contains information on sex and relationships, changing bodies and wellbeing.
CEOP Education, part of the National Crime Agency, protect children and young people from online child sexual abuse. Their 11 to 18s website gives advice and information on topics such as online safety, relationships, sex and sexual consent.