#Workshop - November 10th @ 7pm EST: Strangling the cock a.k.a. Cock-rings

Willow Wand Willow Wand
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Originally posted by Starkiller87
Safety first, don't actually hurt the ween!
ween, lol!
11/10/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Starkiller87
Safety first, don't actually hurt the ween!
No kidding!
11/10/2011
Brusselsbrat Brusselsbrat
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
OK, now that we understand how they work, this would be a good time to talk about safety. Y’all know not to leave a rubber band around you finger or wrist, right? Some of you may also know that using a tourniquet on an injured person is only for life ... More
Yes! This Maybe one the reason , y I have yet to try it! He is always saying My cock will fall off If I use one of those! But Now he will know the truth!
11/10/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
This leads us to the next step, finding the right size. If you want a ring that has a vibe that will stimulate your partner with little concern of increasing size, this is not as important but still it is good to give you a base line for size. If you are looking for that increase in size or need a ring to stay erect, this is very important. First, you need to decide where you want to wear it; on the shaft or around the cock and balls. This is your decision to make, some like it only on the shaft, some like to have the “Whole Package” in the ring. I prefer the whole package for most vibe style rings; they seem to stay better so I am not messing around with the vibe to keep it hitting the clitoris.

The main reason to wear on around the whole package is to keep the balls from sucking in during ejaculation. This intensifies the climax and provides a unique feel.

Now, you have decided where you want to wear it. Next step is to find a piece of string or a cloth tape measure and a marker. If you use a string, find something that does not stretch too much. Now, you want to wrap it around you area of choice. Pull it snug but not too tight and mark where the string overlaps. With the tape just read the measurement, with the string, measure from mark to mark. This gives you the circumference of your cock or whole package. Take this measurement and divide by 3.14 (pi) to get the diameter. (I find that cir. works better than diameter for a penis as they are not always round.)

I recommend you do this three or four times over a few days. Some days we are bigger than others.




Yay, we know how big we are. Haha
11/10/2011
Willow Wand Willow Wand
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
This leads us to the next step, finding the right size. If you want a ring that has a vibe that will stimulate your partner with little concern of increasing size, this is not as important but still it is good to give you a base line for size. If you ... More
Wait a sec.....you wrap these rings around you balls too!? Not just the shaft? Well then!
11/10/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Willow Wand
Wait a sec.....you wrap these rings around you balls too!? Not just the shaft? Well then!
Oh wait, it gets better...
11/10/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
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Originally posted by Willow Wand
Wait a sec.....you wrap these rings around you balls too!? Not just the shaft? Well then!
Some you can, some you don't. There are rings for just the shaft, and rings meant to go around everything.
11/10/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
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Originally posted by Willow Wand
Wait a sec.....you wrap these rings around you balls too!? Not just the shaft? Well then!
It depends ring to ring. You pick what you like.
11/10/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
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Originally posted by Jul!a
Some you can, some you don't. There are rings for just the shaft, and rings meant to go around everything.
Oh, looks like I'm a buzzkill
11/10/2011
Willow Wand Willow Wand
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Oh wait, it gets better...
ut oh....do you like take them and pull them through your legs and up your ass crack too?
11/10/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
For soft materials take 3/16”-5/16” of the measurement and that will make a good starting point. Since most of the rings have an unstretched diameter/ circumference listed use that as a base line. It is always better to be loose than to tight.
For hard materials it is advisable to go with your measurement or slightly bigger. Remember that your cock is going to get bigger with it on. Once again, bigger is safer.

Now let’s look at materials. Just about every material used to make sex toys can be found in C-ring and then some. About the only material I have not seen is glass but I am sure they are around. (haha get it?) For beginners I highly recommend going with a soft material like jelly or TPR/TPE. This allows you to become comfortable with wearing them, plus they are pretty cheap. There are a bunch of rings that are designed for “One time use”, these typically are under $10 and last one or two uses. That way if you find you do not care for them it is no big loss. As you get comfortable with them you can try different materials.

Something to think about, some materials like jelly and TPR may grab onto pubic hairs, you can do some manscpaing or use a bit more lube to keep it to a minimum.

I would hold off on the harder materials, silicone, metal, stone and wood until you are experienced with cock rings and know your size
Consider this, if for some reason you start to experience a lot of pain and that ring is so tight it will not release any blood, how are you going to get it off? This is even more important when you wear it around the whole package. Ice may work or even thinking about doing yard work but that is no guaranty. Silicone can be cut if you have a sharp knife or large scissors; stone could be broke maybe with a hammer but metal??? Well you get the picture, none of these options would be very fun and chances are you will need to go to the ER to have it removed. FYI, the ER will have a heck of a time with Stainless, it is very hard and not easily cut. I’ll save you the details but there is ice and sparks involved.
11/10/2011
Willow Wand Willow Wand
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
For soft materials take 3/16”-5/16” of the measurement and that will make a good starting point. Since most of the rings have an unstretched diameter/ circumference listed use that as a base line. It is always better to be loose than to tight. ... More
What does TPR/TPE stand for?
11/10/2011
GonetoLovehoney GonetoLovehoney
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Originally posted by Willow Wand
Wait a sec.....you wrap these rings around you balls too!? Not just the shaft? Well then!
Huh, and here I was thinking that mostly cbt practitioners used that method. I eagerly await more information. =3
11/10/2011
Antipova Antipova
Had my hands in some pie, and then in some mentoring! (Good job Starkiller on your newest review!) But now I'm back in the swing of things.
11/10/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
For soft materials take 3/16”-5/16” of the measurement and that will make a good starting point. Since most of the rings have an unstretched diameter/ circumference listed use that as a base line. It is always better to be loose than to tight. ... More
My boyfriend shows me his bruises from certain rings the day after. Certain rings make me more vigorous and his pubic bone pays the price. lol.
11/10/2011
Brusselsbrat Brusselsbrat
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
This leads us to the next step, finding the right size. If you want a ring that has a vibe that will stimulate your partner with little concern of increasing size, this is not as important but still it is good to give you a base line for size. If you ... More
Very interesting!
11/10/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Jul!a
Oh, looks like I'm a buzzkill
Not at all.
11/10/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
For soft materials take 3/16”-5/16” of the measurement and that will make a good starting point. Since most of the rings have an unstretched diameter/ circumference listed use that as a base line. It is always better to be loose than to tight. ... More
Teeheehee... manscaping...
11/10/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Willow Wand
What does TPR/TPE stand for?
Thermal Plastic Rubber, Thermal Plastic Eleastomer
11/10/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
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Originally posted by Antipova
Had my hands in some pie, and then in some mentoring! (Good job Starkiller on your newest review!) But now I'm back in the swing of things.
Yay, thanks. I almost bought pie earlier. But I went for something salty instead. Now my mind is back on pie.
11/10/2011
Antipova Antipova
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Originally posted by Willow Wand
What does TPR/TPE stand for?
Thermoplastic rubber and thermoplastic elastomer.
11/10/2011
Willow Wand Willow Wand
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Thermal Plastic Rubber, Thermal Plastic Eleastomer
Um...ok, and what are the differences between them?
11/10/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Starkiller87
My boyfriend shows me his bruises from certain rings the day after. Certain rings make me more vigorous and his pubic bone pays the price. lol.
Bruising for me is from the ring being to tight.
11/10/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Jul!a
Teeheehee... manscaping...
I love that word.
11/10/2011
Brusselsbrat Brusselsbrat
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Originally posted by Antipova
Thermoplastic rubber and thermoplastic elastomer.
What is the differents?
11/10/2011
Willow Wand Willow Wand
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Originally posted by Brusselsbrat
What is the differents?
I already asked that Lea! hehe
11/10/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Bruising for me is from the ring being to tight.
He doesnt get it around his shaft but on his pubic bone from me riding to hard. But I only seem to do it really hard if he has a ring on for some reason. Lol.
11/10/2011
Brusselsbrat Brusselsbrat
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Originally posted by Willow Wand
I already asked that Lea! hehe
Ops!
11/10/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I love that word.
Please find a way to work "manties" into something too. I will die laughing lol
11/10/2011
Antipova Antipova
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Originally posted by Brusselsbrat
What is the differents?
I use them synonymously, but I just checked wikipedia so I wasn't spewing non-truths and found that synthetic rubbers are a subcategory of Elastomers.
11/10/2011
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