• Many people ask me: "Jelle, can the BeauGosse BG 001 or JBoa be worn around the Penis & Scrotum/Balls like a normal cock ring?"

    My answer always is: Yes, but I created them Just for the Penis; wearing them just around the penis makes them more effective.

    The next question normally is: "Where on the penis should I wear a BeauGosse BG 001 or JBoa?"

    My answer to this question is always: As close to the body as possible, so the base of the penis is ConStricted. By doing this you create a barrier, which lets only minimal amounts of blood out of the spongy chambers (Corpora Cavernosa & Corpus Spongisum) in the penis. This results in a firmer and fuller erection.

    The ConStricted gentleman can decide for himself when he wants to release the effect, which he can do by moving the BeauGosse BG 001 forward up the shaft of his penis or by adjusting the JBoa's loop by lowering the stainless steel cylinder/toggle.

    Another frequently asked question is: "Can the BeauGosse BG 001 or the JBoa only be worn during intercourse, or can they also be worn during masturbation, or even when not being active sexually?"

    To this I always answer that both can be worn whatever you are doing. They will intensify the pleasure and sensation the gentleman is experiencing while his penis is being stroked. The feeling of a shredded ConStricted penis cannot be compared with the feeling of one that is not ConStricted. It is as simple as that. His ejaculation will blow him into heaven.

    And even if worn when not active sexually the experience will be rewarding. I always wear one of them during, and for a time after, showering. I do this as it make me feel more masculine, and it helps enlarge the blood chambers (Corpora Cavernosa & Corpus Spongisum) of my penis. My penis then remains more there/in the moment for the rest of the day.

    To sum things up, both the BeauGosse BG 001 and the JBoa can both be worn during and for multiple experiences.

    I wish you a sensual day & hope you enjoyed reading this newsletter!! If you have any questions for a next newsletter feel free to mention them in a reply.

    Head to our store at www.Velv-Or.com to get your BeauGosse BG 001 or JBoa

  • Let’s talk landing strips – and lets get it clear from the start, we’re talking the aeronautical type not the sculpted pubic hair type. 

    Have you ever been in a plane in a bumpy landing, or had your flight delayed because of poor local conditions? 

    Henk Hesselink, Senior Research and Development Manager at the Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR), is leading a team to help overcome some of those experiences. 

    Henk and his team are working on the EU funded Endless Runway project. They know that a circular runway, compared with a straight landing strip, can markedly improving take off and landing. In turn, this increases the efficiency and effectiveness of the airport and the user experience all round.

    Encircling an airport with a runway allows planes to take off and land with less impact from wind direction. The planes just land on or take off from the least wind-affected section of the runway. If the wind changes direction, then the pilots use another section of the landing strip. That means fewer delays waiting for the correct conditions and fewer bad experiences for all those on board.

    Circular runways allow airports to be more functional and make better use of the land they occupy. They help squeeze out an improved performance from the resources available. 

    The idea of a circular runway may sound odd - that’s probably because we’ve lived with and become accustomed to the long straight ones for many years now. The idea though is not new. Back in 1931, architect Charles Glover proposed to increase airborne traffic in London by building an elevated airport above the railway sidings of King’s Cross.

    At Velv’Or, we are applying modern thinking to an old idea, too. 

    At Velv’Or, we know what EnRinging your resources can do for you. You’ll find your assets are maximised using one of our rings or loops. 

    Choose from our bespoke range of JCobras and JPythons, or from our ready to wear JNajas, JNadas and JBoas. They will make your more effective: as will wearing one of our BeauGosse. There’ll certainly be fewer bumpy rides for you!

    Visit our online store to join our League of EnRinged Gentlemen. Whether you choose bespoke first class or ready to wear business class, you’ll find yourself coming in to land in comfort.

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  • Around the northern hemisphere, the sap has been rising, plants are green again, and spring is well and truly here. 

    Spring is traditionally a time to celebrate fertility and fecundity, and different cultures have their own ways of doing this. 

    The Japanese have matsuri (festivals) to celebrate their hopes for an abundant harvests and good fortune for future generations. The best known is the centuries old Hōnen Matsuri (Prosperous Year Festival) in Komaki, Aichi Prefecture, where each year a newly carved 600 pound 2.5m long Cyprus wood penis is paraded through the streets as part of the festivities. (One wonders what happens to the previous years’ penises.) Surprisingly, it is not the human penis that is being venerated, but the fertility of the earth under the participants’ feet.

    The Hōnen Matsuri should not be confused with the Kanamara Matsuri (Festival of the Steel Phallus), where residents of Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan also parade penises through their streets. This festival has less to do with soil fertility than with commercialism. It dates back only to the 1960s, though the local Shinto shrine has been visited since the 1600s as a place to pray for protection against sexually transmitted diseases.

    In many European countries, communities often celebrate spring by holding festivals at the end of April (Walpurgis Night and Baltane) and on the first day of May (May Day). Traditionally, May Day celebrations include dancing, especially dancing around a maypole. Such dances, which involve the dancers weaving a colourful cover to the maypole with ribbons tied to the top of the pole, are termed dressing the maypole. There are many ways of dressing a maypole depending upon the steps and turns of the dancers.

    Some people have seen maypoles as having phallic symbolism, though not all have. English author John Cleveland is one who certainly did. He wrote in 1748 in Fanny Hill: Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure:

    “... and now, disengag'd from the shirt, I saw, with wonder and surprise, what? not the play-thing of a boy, not the weapon of a man, but a maypole of so enormous a standard, that had proportions been observ'd, it must have belong'd to a young giant.”

    Whether you are have the proportions of a young giant or not, if you feel like dressing your own maypole this spring, then at Velv’Or we would recommend you to use one of our colourful JNajas. We’ll have a size that fits you.

    And if you own a JNaja, then why not see what also suits your style at our online store.