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penis UP or Down

acam

Jockstrap Fan
I think most pictures shown the wearer's penis in what I think is the uncomfortable position pointing down. Does anyone agree with this?
 

irishmick

Jockstrap Fan
Always down in a jockstrap years ago But either in the stlyes today But up in a dance belt!! so the head is protected by the padding avoiding contact with a partners knee in supported pirouettes
 

acam

Jockstrap Fan
I found that when a jockstrap held down an involuntary erection it was very uncomfortable. If the penis was worn up it could get erect withough pain or being obvious. Nowadays there is a fashion for 'low rise' underwear which leaves insufficient space below the waistband for an erection. I wish there were some manufacturers who offered 'hi-rise' underwear but I haven't found any advertising themselves that way.
 
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