Routine Health Check Every Guy Should Start Doing

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Testicular cancer accounts for only about 1% of all cancers in men. But taking for granted your manly health should not be an option, especially when it’s so easy to get yourself checked. The testicular self-examination (TSE) is an easy way for guys to check their own testicles to make sure there aren’t any unusual […]

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Male Sexual Anatomy

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The male sexual anatomy or male genital system is divided into two categories: the internal parts which include the seminal vesicles, testes, vas deferens, epididymis, prostate, ejaculatory duct, etc.; and the external parts which include the penis, foreskin, urethra, and scrotum.  Internal Sex Anatomy Testes The male sexual glands, testes are the two oval shaped […]

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5 Hidden Erogenous Zones No One Told You About

The human body is a marvelous creation. It’s an inexhaustible source of toe-curling sexual pleasure and satisfaction, a complicated network of nerves waiting to be stimulated and we’re off to lalaland. Our first experiences of having sex are often both terrifying and exhilarating (and sometimes awkward). They are our first tentative steps towards a lifetime […]

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HIV, or Human Immunodeficiency Virus, refers to the virus that causes AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome). HIV affects the body’s white blood cells, which are responsible for fighting off infections. Because of this, it becomes difficult for the body to fend off illnesses. How Do You Get It HIV can be acquired from different sources. However, […]

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The Basics Of Safer Sex

If you start thinking about sex risks and making safer sex decisions, then you’re on the right track! No matter what sexual activity you and your partner are going to do, everything must always be consensual. Decisions about having safer sex include: What you will and will not do. Decisions about the amount of risk […]

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