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Sexual Health Issues. Sex Terms. Sex Facts. These apps provide basic definitions of sexual disorders, types of contraception, anatomy and a dictionary to translate slang sex terms. Sex facts found in the medical category produced interesting and (somewhat) factual information beyond only trivia. Unfortunately, there is no reference or resources cited, so you are on your own to verify the information.

Reproductive System. Provides an encyclopedia for human reproductive systems: “find information on each organ involved in human reproduction, how its developed, its function and research about disease." Also includes history of human sexuality that I found interesting.

Sex Education. Provides textbook-style information on numerous topics, including human sexual behavior, sexual orientation, morality and sex, religion and sex and more.

  • Contraception Choices and Symptoms Topics:

Safe Sex. Includes information for both both men and women regarding their contraception choices and effectiveness rates to reduce chances of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and unintended pregnancy.

AfterSex. Reviewers loved the "Find nearby STD Clinic" option, and others appreciated the visual STD/STI symptom checker.

STD Meister. Information from the CDC includes visual images from the CDC Public Health Image Library for STDs/STIs, as well as description of signs, symptoms, treatment options from the "common to the rare" infection. Many other STD apps; this was only one referencing the CDC.

  • "How-To" Topics:

Kamasutra-inspired "Sex & Love Positions". Includes kamasutra techniques, music and visuals (via artistic drawings) of sexual positions to enhance intimacy with your partner.

Best Foods to Eat for Sex. Provides list with explanation of aphrodisiac-quality foods to "improve sex drive, stamina and performance."

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