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TESTICULAR SELF-EXAM
  Testicular cancer is one of the leading causes of death for men between 15 and 34 — but it doesn't have to be. Just as women should examine their breasts, so should men examine their testicles. For most males this simple test often seems scary — not so much for the procedure, but for the possibility they might find something. But understand that first, it is better to do the exam, find something, and lose a testicle than to not do the exam and die from cancer. Think about this. Plus, if you do perform the exam, you have some things to look forward to: One, since you probably won't find anything, your mind will be eased; and two, you'll probably be aroused and ready to masturbate!

ANSWERS FROM THE MAYO CLINIC
  Minnesota's Mayo Clinic is one of the most important health centers in the world. This is a medical question-and-answer area at the Clinic's site.

ASK DR. BILL
  Health-related questions and answers.



Sexuality

THE SEX PROJECT
  Comprehensive, nicely done site with plenty of advice for men and women. Note: Contains some sexual slang and (tasteful) nude instructional photos.

SEX, ETC.
  A Web site "by teens, for teens." Nicely done with good advice.

COALITION FOR POSITIVE SEXUALITY
  Information for teens who are sexually active now or just thinking about having sex.

SEXUAL HEALTH INFOCENTER
  Safer sex, STDs, quizzes, tips, and info and sex and aging.

INDEX OF SEX-EDUCATION RESOURCES
  For serious sex educators; not really fun or light reading. Compiled by doctors; lists sites by topic.

SEXUAL HEALTH NETWORK
  Sexuality information, education, and resources for people with disability, illness, or other health-related concerns.

DATABASE OF SEXUALITY RESOURCES
  Operated by the Sinclair Institute, this site offers exhaustive collection of research articles on various topics accessible by subject or via an on-site search engine.

DR. RUTH ONLINE
  The well-known sex therapist writes about good sex.

SAFER SEX PAGE
  If you're ready to move outside the realm of masturbation, understand how to protect yourself.

SEXUAL HEALTH INFOCENTER
  Safer sex, STDs, sexual toys, as well as sexual disfunction and aging.

ASK DR. GARDOS
  Sexuality-related medical info. Part of the excellent Thrive Online Web site.

ASK DELILAH
  Also part of Thrive Online. Has a ton of questions asked by readers, along with answers from "Delilah." As interesting to read as it is informative — although it's mostly for older people.

GO ASK ALICE!
  Maintained by the Columbia University Health Services Dept., the site answers hundreds of sexuality-related questions per week. Includes a very helpful search engine.

SOCIETY FOR HUMAN SEXUALITY
  This Seattle community organization provides an online, searchable Sexuality Library. Also runs the Sex Education Web Circle, of which JackinWorld is a proud member.

THE KINSEY INSTITUTE
  Contains links to the Institute's library and special collections, and its research activities.



Spirituality

RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE & MASTURBATION
  Why religion and masturbation are not mutually exclusive.

 















 
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