The Grip Cock Ring.  What the best-dressed bottom is wearing.

We talk a lot about the benefits of a cockring.  We all know that it keeps the blood restricted in your rod so it is harder, thicker, fuller, meatier, pumped up and more sensitive!  These are all good things!  When looking for prospective sexual partners, the package is one of the first things that gets checked out.  Even when you aren't hard, a penis ring makes your package look bigger--and therefore makes you appear to be more desirable.  A recent study by the Australian National University showed that women prefer men with larger genitalia.  (We've heard more than our fair share of size Queens rhapsodize about this as well!)

(Did you know that male humans have bigger dicks proportionally than any primate species?  Male gorillas, topping the scale at 400 pounds, have erections that are a whopping 1.5 inches long.  Homo sapiens weigh half that but according to the French National Academy of Surgery our average erection is 5 to 5.7 inches long.  Poor gorillas...)

But bottoms benefit from cock rings as well.  If you have floppy balls (lucky you) a cock ring will help keep them up and out of the way so there is a clear shot at your love button. It also lifts up your entire package so you junque is prominent and begging to be stroked, licked, tickled...well, you get the idea!  It also means your dick is more sensitive too! 


Clear the Path with the Grip C Ring by gear essentials 


The Grip is a great cock ring choice.  Made of light-weight medical-grade plastic, it has a barely there feel while providing you with all the benefits you expect from a penis ring.  It also features our new extreme comfort interior ridge for easy wear-all-day / play-all-night wear.  It's rigid–to keep you rigid--yet with just a bit of give. Super sexy black with an elegantly raised center design.

gear essentials....Sex is Better Here! Get a Grip and ENJOY!




(Photo re-blogged from Tumblr.)

Written by Jay — April 21, 2013

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