KinkLab 3 Snap Cock Ring, RubberSure, it is a bit late in the year to start giving teaching sessions, but I figured it would be good to go over some concepts that I get asked about often. Today’s tutorial is Cock Rings 101 – relating to finding the correct dick ring, putting it on, and working with it to its full potential.

Regardless what you call it – cock ring, penis ring, love ring, enhancer ring – we’re talking about adjustable circles that are worn on the penis to limit blood flow. For some men this truly is the best way for them to keep up an erection without the need to pop any tablets. Various other men love the extra thickness and length that they can give. There are also an assortment of men out there that make use of dick rings as an element of their BDSM lifestyle. No matter why you’re using them, the essentials to get them on are essentially the same!

Loads of guys will use a solid band for their first time. The good part is that they are often more affordable and do survive for some time. The disadvantage? You really need to be flaccid whenever putting them on, which can be a tiny bit complicated if you know what’s coming up! First thing you need to do is move your penis into the hole in the center of the loop, so it is lying just in front of your scrotum. Once in that spot, slip an individual testicle at a time into the opening so that the ring is now located behind your sack. (There are some penis rings that will be made to be worn on the penis only, so be positive you read up on your dick ring before putting it on.) The fit should be quite snug, but not painful. Lubrication can be used to help slip the different parts of the organ through the ring, but be sure that the type of lubrication you use is compatible with your dick ring materials. Silicone penis rings and silicone sexs lubes don’t go together!

After you have had intercourse and are prepared to get rid of the band, the strategy is virtually the same but backwards. Keep in mind that the “O” is holding blood up in the penis, so getting limp shortly after sexual activity might take a bit of time. We suggest slipping one finger into the ring’s opening and provide yourself some extra ‘space’ in order to the blood go back to the body.

Here’s a rundown of the basic cock ring varieties:

Single Strap, Adjustable – This is the best beginning penis ring. This style ring stays behind the scrotum, and connects at the top of the phallus. They are not hard to use, simple to remove, and are reasonably inexpensive. Rings may be found in loop styles like the Erection Enhancing Lasso, or single ribbon type like Velcro Closure Cock Strap.

Single Strap, Sold – This is the most popular variety of cock ring, and can be utilized by both novices as well as experienced penis ring users. While the cock is soft, it is rolled down the penis and behind the testes. Once hard, the ring will limit movement. Solid cock rings are also rather inexpensive, with the Dr. Joel Kaplan Silicone Prolong Ring costing around $4.50.

Testicle Spreader – These start off as a standard style changeable penis ring, but posses an extra yolk that comes down and connects to the bottom of the ring. Each testicle is spread out into its own pouch, and are generally used by gentlemen who engage in BDSM activities as the submissive.

Ball Stretcher – This variation to the Testicle Spreader keeps the testicles together instead of separating them. A loop runs around the cock as in a single strap style. The user brings their balls downward, linking the additional strap around the testes, above the balls.

Double Strap – This type of cock ring uses the ball stretcher and adds yet another band. First you have the regular strap that curls around the phallus, behind the testicles. Then you’ve got the secondary tie that loops around the testes, above the balls. Finally, you have a final tie that wraps over the penis shaft , in front of the scrotum. (The “double” refers to the two straps on the penis itself.)

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