Don’t Cook Your Balls Men’s Health Campaign

By |2014-05-21T22:07:06+00:00May 21st, 2014|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |Comments Off on Don’t Cook Your Balls Men’s Health Campaign

Balls. Gonads. Stones. Coin purse. Cojones.

There are a lot of words for them, but men rarely get the chance to openly talk about their testicular health. We’re here to help. Don’t Cook Your Balls has partnered with the Men’s Health Network to get the word out about your family jewels. So we’ve decided to have a little contest.

We want you to take pictures of things that can impact your fertility, along with the phrase “Don’t Cook Your Balls” somewhere in the picture. These pictures can be creative, straightforward or just plain funny. You can use the stickers we’ve provided, or even a homemade sign. Just get posting, because during the month of June, for every picture posted to our Facebook page, Twitter or Instagram tagged with #dontcookyourballs, DCYB will donate $1.00 to the Men’s Health Network. Posts with the most likes, favorites and retweets will be awarded weekly prizes, while the most popular post of the month will receive a grand prize.

Official Rules

  1. Total donation will not exceed $3,000. However, if you want to make a personal donation  to Men’s Health Network, you can do so here
  2. DCYB reserves the right to disqualify inappropriate posts from the contest. Seriously guys, save the dirty pics for private time.


If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the Don’t Cook your Balls Men’s Health Campaign please contact us at


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Sara SDx

Sara SDx

Editor of Don't Cook your Balls, Co-Founder of, Health Coach and Men's Health Advocate. Passionate about sperm, men's health and helping people build their families.
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