No, there is risk in many activities, not just contact sports.
In contact sports yes
They shouldn't. Contact sports give people a positive way to interact athletically. If it were not for contact sports, there would be much more violence.
Yes, either with a cup for sports with direct contact, or just for support when running or playing non-contact sports.
no because there will be riots if this happens
Contact sports, such as football and hockey, can damage the last remaining kidney, which will mean that that person will need a new kidney.
It's okay if they have gear
Non contact sports get you hefty in the gludius maximus area.
Return to contact sports should only occur after one week with no symptoms, both at rest and during activity, and following examination by a physician.
Patients should also avoid contact sports for at least three months after otoplasty.
You should definitely wear a jockstrap for sports where a cup is required, it can be used to hold that in place. Jockstraps are also used for non-contact sports to support the genitals.
Contact sports include football, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, etc. It is just whenever you are in physical contact with other people.