So I recently bought my first pair of boxer-breifs for a change. And there nice but they don't have a built out pouch, which i have realized is a must for comfortablity. So any suggestions on a brand that is comfortable and with a built out pouch? Please comment with your suggestions. Thanks!View Thread
This is like another discussion we had on here. Talk to him about it, he is more than likely to tell his friends. You don't need to tell your wife. it will be less awkward after you talk to him about it.View Thread
So, for a while now I have had this slight pain in my ball sack. The cords, I guess that's what they're like, that connect your testicles to your body, seem like they're thicker than they used to be and they are causing me a slight pain. I don't know why it's happening or what it's caused from. The pain doesn't happen often but it's getting worse and is bothering me right now. I don't know what to do, and I need tips on what it is and what I should do. I could ask to get a physical because I haven't had one in a while, but I don't want to if I don't have to. Help me pleaasee!!View Thread
I follow my best friend's foot print. He's perfect in every aspect of life and I just aspire to be somewhat like him. I hate my dad so he's a role model for me, and he's everything I want to be, mostly. And he's great at everything! He's ripped, really friendly, good looking, and he's just a great guy. We're close, I'm probably the only one of his friends that knows him as well as I do.View Thread
I think you shouldn't even have the talk, dependeding on how close you are depends on how awkward the coversation will be. I think you shouldn't even talk to him until he's in the sixth grade. Or the end of fifth because this is a time for him to learn on his own. I didn't even need the talk, and when my dad tried to talk about it I told him to shut up becuase I already know. From health class in 6th grade. So see what classes he has and if he has a health class you wont need to go about it until he is a few years older.View Thread
Uhmm, this isn't the place to ask to meet someone in person. Especially if you haven't even seen what they look like. You don;t even have a profile picture. Not the website. If you want new friends to meet. Go on chatroulette, there are some nice people on there, ive met a few. Even a disney cinderella, no joke.View Thread
Are you asking because you have yet to get a physical or because you wonder how other people get physicals? My physicals are normal heart breathing stuff, check eyes and ears, are there any problems. . . . Shots if i need any. and he just makes me pull down my pants and then my boxers when hes ready to check me out? and says cough, breathe, done? I havent had one in a while but thats what i remember.View Thread
I have had a few that when even asked that question I have to think cause I had no thought of it being gay at all. I mean if i'm asked this question I only think of this three person circle jerk that was a failure cause it was about a year b4 I hit puberty and I just learned about masturbating.( it was a very diverse group actually) But there is this other memory of this one friend where we would i guess "dry hump" eachother front to front and i would get boners but I never saw his parts and he never saw mine. it only happened once or twice but I really have to dig deep to remember these things.View Thread
If you watch porn, what do you watch? There are many different types for different sexualities and fettuches so what do you prefer and enjoy? I thought about it the other day. And if you do watch porn, how often?View Thread
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