Scar Tissue

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First Name: Luke Age: 38 Gender: male Location: Australia Hi I was born with hypospadias and had 3 operations when I was young. I have bad scarring from the operations. My question is can I get plastic surgery to get rid of scarring and to get my penis head sculptured to look more normal? First, …

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Penis politics: Sex, size and stereotypes in the gay community

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When it comes to penis size, gay men face a host of preconceptions about masculinity and race By Nico Lang Recent studies have shown that actual penis size is smaller than men are claiming. According to the Journal of Sexual Medicine, the average male penis measures 5.6 inches when erect; the Journal of Urology puts it at …

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Notching the belt

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Hey Doc, So I’ve asked you a question anonymously before and you were a huge help so here I am again. My names Mike and I’m 17 years old. For some reason it takes me a ridiculously long time to “finish” with my girlfriend. It’s not her, because this has happened with about 4 or …

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Sexuality and Illness – Breaking the Silence

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(This is a Companion piece to yesterday’s posting. You’ll find yesterday’s posting HERE!) By: Anne Katz PhD Sexuality is much more than having sex even though many people think only about sexual intercourse when they hear the word. Sexuality is sometimes equated with intimacy, but in reality, sexuality is just one way that we connect …

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Family History and Addiction Risk: What You Need to Know to Beat the Odds

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by Rita Milios You grew up in a family of substance users. You know that your risk for developing an addiction to drugs or alcohol is greater because of this hereditary factor. But what exactly are your risks? And is there anything you can do to reduce your risk? According to the National Council on …

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Homophobia linked with psychoticism and dysfunctional personality traits

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By Hannah Osborne Homophobic attitudes have been linked with psychoticism, a psychological trait present in several severe conditions that can also contribute to heightened states of hostility and anger. Researchers say this is the first time psychological and psychopathological characteristics and the prediction of homophobia have been assessed. Led by researchers at the University of …

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