WebMD and KidsHealth both offer detailed information about the human female anatomy. WebMD provides graphics that detail the different areas of the reproductive system and discuss the different phases of the menstrual cycle. KidsHealth also provides graphics but uses terms that may help older children or teens better understand the female anatomy.
Columbia University offers an interactive female pelvis that uses simple computer graphics to better illustrate female anatomy. Users can click on different areas of the pelvis and see color graphics of what it looks like inside the body. Learning more about female anatomy is useful for people who wish to understand the purpose of the female reproductive system.