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An_250150 posted:
how do you use a cock ring.
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imhungguy responded:
I have used cock rings for years. There are several types, but I prefer a neoprene ring because it stretches and is easier to remove. While flaccid, slide the ring over your testicles and as far up towrads your body as you can. Men with tight testicles will have a harder time with a ring. Those with lower hanging testicles will fare better.

After the ring is on the testicles, lube your penis and then squeeze it into the ring, sliding the ring up as far as it will go. If your choose a ring that properly fits, it will be snug, but not uncomfortable.

When you get an erection the ring will feel tighter, but will help hold the blood supply in the penis and will help maintain your erection.

When the penis returns to flaccidity, remove the penis from the ring, then your testicles.

Some men prefer a leather ring with snaps. It is adjustable and makes using much easier. All a matter of preference, really. Some prefer metal rings, and there are those that fit between testicles, and over the penis.Cock rings are available at sex shops, and all-male shops usually have employees who will even help you with your fit and show you how to use them. Some men can't deal with that, but help can be useful.

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