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How to Use a Cock Ring for a Screaming Good Time

If you’re new to this type of sex toy, choose and adjustable or very flexible cock ring. You never know exactly how they’ll make you feel… and if you experience any pain, you’ll want to get them off straight away! Non-adjustable rings won’t go away (easily) until your erection does.

Types

You can get all different types of rings, and they’re budget friendly enough that you may as well experiment to find your favourite type! Varieties include:

Simple cock rings that go around the penis and balls all in one

Those that separate the balls

Vibrating cock rings

Rings with built in butt wands

Rings with weights that swing off your balls

Yee haa! The most important thing to pay attention to at first, though cock ring, is that the ring will come apart enough to release your old boy from his prison.

Use

Here’s the standard technique for using an adjustable ring:

Put it on when your erection is at semi-strength

Simply stretch, clip or button away

Take the ring off after about 10 minutes the first time you use it.

And for a non-adjustable cock ring:

Put it on when completely flaccid

Place one testicle through the ring, then the other

Place your penis through next, and hold the ring in place until your penis is hard enough to do that work for you

Know that you’ll need to get rid of your erection in about 20 minutes, or risk capillary damage, bruising and loss of sensation.

Help! It Won’t Come Off!

If you can’t lose your erection and the cock ring is starting to hurt, try icing down your penis first.

If ice doesn’t do the trick, a pair of good scissors, or even some bolt cutters might work. I’m sure I don’t need to caution you to be careful with sharp implements around your most precious asset! Don’t have anything to cut your cock ring sex toy off with, and got too much blood trapped behind that little bit of plastic or metal? Don’t hesitate to go to the emergency room. Yes, it is embarrassing now, but if you leave it too long you risk permanent tissue damage and loss of sensation.