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Straight Talk for Boys about Sex with Males

This site provides factual, truthful, and hopefully complete basic information about the psychosexual and physiological aspects of the sexual interests and activities of boys, both private and involving other males, starting in their very early years. Boyhood sexual activities are neither promoted, advocated, nor deprecated, only described and explained, with cautions added where deemed appropriate. Girls' issues are not addressed, except in brief references to physiological differences.