This is a genuine medical information and health education site, developed by doctors and nurses specialising in contraception and sexual health in the UK. It aims is to address the unmet needs of people who are worried about their genital anatomy and physiology, as well as their sexual and reproductive health. Genital images are included for educational purposes, only, not for pornographic reasons.
WARNING: In addition to medical information and pictures about different methods of contraception, this website contains image galleries showing pictures of:
normal, healthy, flaccid and erect adult penises;
normal healthy adult vulvas;
“not so healthy” genital signs/symptoms of a wide range of sexually transmitted infections.
If you are easily offended – do not visit the galleries.
WillyWorries.com, which now includes WomensWorries.com and VulvaWorries.com, was designed to help men, and women - mothers, fathers, young people, grandparents and pensioners - understand more about their genital and sexual health in a non-pornographic way.
This is especially important if someone is charged with influencing others. . Despite the stigma and taboo related to sex within many cultures and communities around the world, none of us would be here if our parents hadn't had sex! . This site contains material related to adult life and it's consequences; and as with other sites that speak about sex and relationships education, is not designed for use by young persons under the age of 14. . Many parents are uncomfortable discussing sexual matters with their children. . Many people grow up in ignorance. . Many people hear or see things then start to worry about whether they are normal, or not. . But what is 'normal'? . We are all different, yet we all have the same anatomy and physiology and are unique with how it appears. . Most people - male and female - wonder and many worry whether they are "normal" down below. . Most heterosexual people don't get to see the genitalia of other people of the same sex. . Many men worry about the size, shape and angle of their erection. . Many women worry about the size, shape and other features of their vulva. . Most people worry, at some stage, about signs and symptoms of STDs/STIs, sexual conditions and other diseases. . For these reasons, explicit genital pictures feature on this site for educational purposes, not for pornographic reasons.
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