Rubber Bands for Fast Girth
This is my first post and I wanted to start by saying that I haven’t searched thunders for other threads on this topic because I wanted to know what people currently think.
A little about myself: I did PE for a year without much dedication and then quit (a girlfriend got in the way) and I started again with some determination two months ago. The gains I’ve seen are good, about 1/4 in length SFL. I haven’t measured girth. With girth, I used an empty roll of toilet paper to measure change. The gains are from stretching, wet jelqing, and rubber bands without any particular plan (which I now have). I decided to focus on girth so I’m clamping and I want to start using rubber bands, again(I just bought cable clamps which I’m excited about).
So, back to the thread topic. With an erection, I took several rubber bands, folded them over twice, stretched them open and placed them around the base of my penis. I had good results, but to be fair I’m not sure exactly what caused my gains. I think that rubber bands will act similarly as the cable clamps with some differences. I suppose the rubber bands function like a cock ring, but there are some major differences that lend to PE. I’m writing about everyday office supply rubber bands, by the way. Here is my pro/con list:
1. Several rubber bands tightened around the base of one’s penis can build a lot of pressure.
2. The bands stretch under pressure. Obvious, but here’s the kicker. After being stretched to fit around the base of the penis, the bands tighten. They will then stretch from the internal pressure caused by kegels. This allows more blood to be kegeled in than with clamping.
3. Rubber bands are discreet. Leave them anywhere.
4. Requires no wrapping for comfortable use.
5. Rubber bands might be more useful for men whose girth is too small to be seriously affected by a fully tightened clamp.
1. Rubber bands are cheap, but not invincible.
2. It is hard to regulate pressure accurately.
3. It is slow to put on and remove.
4. Rubber bands are more narrow then a clamp, which requires that the PEer uses several bands.
So, let me know what you think. I would like criticism and suggestions. Thank you.