first time ring

Contributor: laurenrs laurenrs
Related to: 
ringis this too big? any suggestion
02/07/2012
  • Get 3 Toys For $50 Only. Mix And Match
  • Give her 3 luxury treats for $60 only
  • Get a luxury couple's set for $60 only
  • Mix and match 3 men toys for $60 only
  • Save 85% On Selected Items. Limited Quantity
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
All promotions
Contributor: GingerAnn GingerAnn
Perceptive forum discussions on Cock rings:

Is spring here?
We had absolutely beautiful weather yesterday, and it looks to be the case today as well. I just hope it'll last! How's the weather where you're at?

Cock Rings and Who Suggested it.
I just saw the poll on who first suggested using a cock ring, and I found it interesting that men suggested using one only slightly more often (45%)..

I'm looking for a vibrating cock ring that is more "vibrating" than "cock ring"
My boyfriend and I had never used a cock ring, vibrating or otherwise, before so I added one as a free gift to one of my orders and we finally tried..

What do you think?
Did you like this? Was is big enough??

cock rings!
cock rings are a girls best friend, who has a boyfriend agreed??
02/07/2012
Contributor: laurenrs laurenrs
I meant width wise
02/07/2012
Contributor: Ghost Ghost
Actually, the wider rings are considered much safer and better for beginners.
02/07/2012
Contributor: Nice to Eat you Nice to Eat you
We are all different, I like snap or Velcro closure.
02/07/2012
Contributor: Ryuson Ryuson
If it's a good measurement, go for it. It's best to start with a material you can cut off if you get scared instead of plastic, metal, stone, or wood.
02/07/2012
Contributor: sweetpea12 sweetpea12
Quote:
Originally posted by laurenrs
ringis this too big? any suggestion
That's probably good if it's more malleable just for your first time.
02/07/2012
Contributor: Wawers Wawers
Great for beginning
04/06/2012
Contributor: tony tony
agreed. great for first timers
12/16/2012
Contributor: Gone. Gone.
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
Actually, the wider rings are considered much safer and better for beginners.
This way you don't hurt yourself, I believe.
01/21/2013
Contributor: Shade Shade
Quote:
Originally posted by laurenrs
ringis this too big? any suggestion
Wider rings are best for beginners. Helps prevent accidental tightness and circulation cut off. Hope this helps.
01/26/2013
Contributor: raffi raffi
This is the ring me and my man just started using last week, we've used it several times now and love it. From reading, "they" say the thick width is good so that it doesn't cut in (ever put a rubber band around your wrist, to use later? With the same amount of resistance, a wider band feels more comfortable)

With a stretchy one like this , there's not a big learning curve....it's like one size fits all
03/24/2013