Sex info & advice
There’s a lot of information out there, and, of course, most of the fun stuff you just sort out for yourself.
But for helpful, non-judgemental advice on sex-related matters not covered in getting laid: info on sex, I don’t think you can go past Family Planning Australia.
Family Planning Australia has a lot of useful and non-judgemental information about sex — check out www.fpahealth.org.au. They’re always a good starting point for sex-related information.
NOTE: Doctors have to keep your information confidential unless there’s a risk of serious harm to you or someone else, and you can even get your own medicare card in Australia, even if you’re underage and haven’t moved out yet.
Try www.glcsnsw.org.au, for information and/or assistance in Australia, www.fpahealth.org.au for more information, plus websearch local support organisations, as most places will have their own support services and groups.
Call the police to report a sexual assault, and you can ask to speak to a female officer if it makes you feel more comfortable.
For advice or support, check out www.nswrapecrisis.com.au or web-search rape the support services in your local area.