FAQ

 

What is the CSPH?

The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health is a resource center for anything and everything relating to sex and sexuality. We have a range of educational materials available to the public. From videos to sexual aids, the CSPH is the place to turn to for real answers to your sexual questions. The CSPH boasts a library of hundreds of books, magazines, and sexuality education curricula available for browsing or loaning. While the CSPH emphasizes sex-positive teachings, it also has a wealth of resources on sexuality throughout history, from the Kinsey Reports to popular sexuality books from the 1920s.

Where is the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health located?

We are located in the Grant building in Pawtucket, at 250 Main Street. We have a new location in an office space on the first floor, all the way in the front.

Where can I park?

There is free parking in the street in front of the Grant and, when those spots are taken, there is plenty of free parking in the garage around back.

What are your hours of operation?

The CSPH is open Thursday through Saturday from 12 to 6pm, as well as by appointment. Consultations and events are held on weekday evenings and weekends.

Can I buy sex toys at The CSPH?

The CSPH is a not-for-profit organization and as such will not be selling toys. However, The CSPH has a whole range of toys on display to handle and compare in order to determine the right toy for you. Staff at the CSPH can answer any questions you have about materials, models, and preferences.

Who is Biscuit, and why do I sneeze every time I come to The CSPH?

Biscuit is the cat that lives in the Grant building, and has become the adopted mascot of The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health. Biscuit is quiet, sweet, and friendly, and loves to come up to strangers to say hello. If you have cat allergies, we request that you take allergy medication before entering the CSPH. Health is always our priority.

Biscuit