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    Some thoughts on whether size does matter?

    How you put your Velv'Or Gentleman’s ring on is a matter of personal preference. The process seems simple enough and Velv'Or has an anatomically correct series of sketches to show you how to EnRing: ensure you sack is relaxed and loose, then ease your testicles through the ring one at a time, followed by your penis, your cock, your love root, your manhood … call it what you will. 

    Recently while getting EnRinged with my Birdnest JNaja, I reflected on how I needed a bit more dexterity when putting the ring on than when I used a regular JNaja. I had with one hand to scrunch the loops of the Birdnest JNaja together so that the aperture of the ring was at its maximum, doing this as I held the ring to the right of my package; and with my other hand, while keeping my scrotum relaxed, coax first one ball then the other and finally my pensile penis through. It made me think I could do with a spare pair of hands. 

    If partners are with you they can of course provide the helping hand or two, but if you alone and wanting to slip into your ring for a bit of personal time then you will not have that help. Even with help, if your penis becomes too enlarged before you get it through the ring you will need to stop and think of other things while it deflates. If you do not do this, you will not have any hope of getting EnRinged.

    As I adjusted my Birdnest JNaja into place, the following questions came to mind. As a right-handed man, would it be easier for me to put my right or left nut through first? Do left-handed men put their left or their right nadger through first? What does the ambidextrous man do? What kind of ring design might help a man without two normal hands? And, does the side to which your dick hangs help or hinder dependent upon your handedness?

    Soon other questions relating more to genital physique started to flood in. Most men have one plum that hangs lower than the other. More often it is the left one that swings lowest. This may be because in most men the left is heavier than the right. So is it easier to put the low hanging fruit through the ring first? 

    How about guys like the man in the limerick who came from the English town of Devizes? He had balls of two different sizes. Would he have started with the larger or the smaller? 

    What about number of nads you have in you scrotum, or even how many functioning staffs you might have? Is life easier for the man who has only one orchid when it comes to getting EnRinged? Let’s not think about Darcy Dancer, J R Donleavy’s fictitious Gentleman of adventure, who was polyorchidic with three in his bag: a rare condition, but a reality for some men.

    Me, I have one testicle that was late to descend into my scrotum. Why was it happy to take a longer sojourn in its inguinal canal stunting its growth and the growth of its suspensor? The dissymmetry is something I have not come fully to grips with. One day I’ll get myself one of those orchidometers to assess just how unalike they are. Not that that is going to resolve anything. 

    The size difference between my two boys has meant that my smaller higher hanging right testis has so far been the one of choice to be manoeuvred first through my Velv'Or rings. Could it be that I have made a mistake? Should I stay in more and experiment a little or a lot? Might things be easier if I lead with my left? The results may well suggest additional variety to what works with how my EnRinging is achieved. 

    As Velv'Or's product range shows, we’re all different. There are many ways to achieve your goals, so I suggest you pause a while and find out what gets you to yours.

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