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Diana Ross sang, “Reach out and touch somebody’s hand. Make this a better place if you can” (Ashford & Simpson).  She undoubtedly had something else in mind but we think this could be a theme song for International Mr. Leather (IML).  Of course, sometimes folks there aren’t exactly using their hands to reach out and touch…

 

 

  The IML Trio Roadtesting gear essentials' Ball Weights & Cock Rings

 

It is time to say farewell to the IML Trio!  They taught us a lot.  They experienced new gear and let us know how much they love it!  (And on a side note, rumor has it that two of the trio are now dating-amazing things happen when you wear gear essentials!

Some tips learned–when putting your split ring ball weight on, we always recommend that you use your thumb and pointer finger to grab your balls and tug them down.  However, a long-time customer gave me a great tip:  he likes to twist his ball sack as well so it more easily and quickly fits into the ball weight.  (You know I love a little twist.  I took advantage of this tip immediately.)

Another tip:  If you have too much skin to fit into a 1.25″ diameter but not enough to avoid slipping out of a 1.5″ diameter, put a sport sock over your ball sack before putting your ball weight on.  It also gives you a new sensation that is hot.  (If you get carried away, remember my tip about jacking off inside a sweat sock and go with a theme:  close your eyes, fantasize about your high school basketball coach or cheerleader and sniff a jock strap!  It’s hot–try it!)  Another benefit of wearing a sport sock is that it provides more warmth for your balls.  Our ball sack rises and falls to self-regulate the temperature to keep your sperm strong and healthy.  When the weather outside turns cold (and we at gear essentials know cold since we are based in the great midwest) the sock adds more warmth to keep the boys happy.

Reach out and touch.  Touch often.  Touch repeatedly.  Touch with increasing rhythm and friction and make this a better place–and ENJOY!

Written by Jay — July 03, 2012

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