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Redsucked02

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I wouldn't mind catching his load, though I truth what I'd really like to do is drill his ass and hear him moan.
If you can dream it...you can make it happen! You might just have to settle for masterbating together! But nothing would happen if you don't go for it!
 

Jeeves69

Jockstrap Fan
I don't know anything about American hockey, but is the number 16 significant? I see it's written on the waistband of the jockstrap. I have a thing about marking waistbands! (As you have probably all guessed by now!)
 

SCPettinga

Jockstrap Fan
How about these shots of hockey star Bobby Hull in the 1960s:

 

SCPettinga

Jockstrap Fan
This is the kind of man I always wanted to be. Fit, strong, great arms & veins, unashamed, & chest hair to envy. He and Mickey Mantle were da men !
 

billTO

Jockstrap Fan
This is the kind of man I always wanted to be. Fit, strong, great arms & veins, unashamed, & chest hair to envy. He and Mickey Mantle were da men !
110% agree, Steve.
There's a pic of Sydney Crosby wearing his strap over his fabric inner "suit".
 

Opinionman

Jockstrap Fan
I beg to differ.... the vast majority of the plethora of «jocks» on the market today are PURE JUNK: ill-fitting, mis-sized, made of skin-antagonistic plastic «fibres», not to mention the ball-crushing «compression shorts» which are just a sadistic excuse to wring money out of gullible fashion-followers. Back in the 60s when I started wearing jocks as my preferred «undergarment» there were REALLY comfortable jocks made with REAL COTTON which was comfortable not scratchy or sweat-dripping synthetics and even smelled good (a matter of opinion) after a day's hard work. The original Bike #10; PAL; the legendary «BUB» series; OPC Champion and even some niche brands like Longdon made jocks that fit like a glove. Some of the worst of the recent crop has to be the Bike (don't know HOW to identify it) with the sleazy 2.5 inch scratchy waistband and misshapen pouch and «XL» waistband sizing that would cramp a skinny twink. The best Bikes were made in the 60s aand earlier — the Bikes made as «team» jocks were brilliant white COTTON and wore like iron. Of course THAT was not going to last because repeat sales slumped — one of those jocks could last for years even if worn daily and washed regularly. Then there's the sad demise of the Flaherty company whose jocks were never intended to be «fashionable» but were super-comfortable; pricey but a good VALUE as they (true to the company's claim) outlasted all the others several times over. I still have a safely-wearable, comfortable BUB cup-supporter which because of its design and quality is the best «carrier» for an OBC or other «modern» CUP.
In the CUP department I will agree that the broader selection of CUPS has allowed at least a modicum of comfort for men with plus-sized «packages». Not to brag, but even as a teen, I found the typical T-cup painful to wear because of its «undercapacity». When I discovered the Original Banana Cup I was finally able to wear a cup without cringing, and the advent of the JOFA style made things even more comfortable. BTW, contrary to the «advice» to newbie cup-wearers found many places on the web a SNUG JOCK UNDER the cup is a critical necessity and the best jock I have ever had for that purpose was a Longdon Swim Jock which was light, super-comfortable, and its anatomically-correct pouch kept everything safely inside my cup in the most extreme exertions on the ice and in the dojo.
You are a very talented and thoughtful writer, I must say. I agree with you about jocks from the 60's - 80's, altho I haven't had one from the 60's since the mid-70's. I did, however, find an 80's vintage Bike on eBay.
And I agree that compression shorts are, as you so ably put it: "ball-crushing ...[and]... just a sadistic excuse to wring money out of gullible fashion-followers."Compression shorts do nothing at all for ball support.
I always wear a regular Bike jock and then a sports brief over that and slip the cup in between. I had an epiphany a few years ago when I was looking at Nutty Buddy and they said simply use a regular jock for cup placement; you don't need a "cup jock." I found that to be true, but I always have two layers; one to pouch my balls to prevent them getting pinched by the cup's edge, and one to hold the cup.
Thanks for your beautiful response.
 

Opinionman

Jockstrap Fan
I think one possibly overlooked aspect to this is that not only was it daring to publish such ALL-MALE porn (and illegal in some places), it also dared to cross the color line and occasionally include both white and African American guys. I've often wondered about the editorial decision in magazine firms: how extensively did they discuss the mixed color photos in an era when it was a no-no in a lot of places? Good for them for being daring.
 

Jocked Runner

Jockstrap Fan
It's probably a testament to the peculiarities of my tastes that I find its lack of clarity a major part of its appeal. I think that makes it far more interesting than an otherwise identical modern re-creation would be in full color on hi-def film. I know, that's a quirk on my part, but what can I say? It's me. :)
Absolutely fine to like things like that film rather than hi-def modern films. Don’t apologise. 🙂
 
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