In Pursuit of a Handsome Member: Manhood Packing
Most men will readily admit that when it comes to the package, they want to put forth the most impressive view possible, especially for potential partners. The art of manhood packing helps many men do just that. Manhood packing has been around for a very long time, and it’s just as simple as it sounds: A man uses some sort of material to ‘stuff’ his underwear so that his male organ looks bigger or longer. It can be a major confidence boost to any guy, but it must be done correctly – and that includes taking the proper steps for careful member care when it’s time to enhance what nature gave him.
Why manhood packing?
Men who want a more handsome member will do almost anything to get it. Manhood packing is one of the easiest ways to make a male organ appear much larger than it really is. This not only gets the attention of potential partners, but it can also serve to intimidate other men who might be interested in those partners. It all harkens back to instinct, and the male desire to compete against other males to obtain the most attention – and thus create the most offspring.
There are some things to keep in mind, however. First, a man must remember that manhood packing isn’t the most comfortable thing he could do, especially during the heat of the summer. Adding more material to an area that is already rather closed off can lead to sweating and irritation, and even uncomfortable shifting of the chosen material. Second, a man must take into account what happens if he does land an interested partner – what will that partner think when the pants come off and they realize the “truth” of the matter?
How to conduct proper manhood packing
If a man chooses to proceed, there are some ways he can ensure that good male organ health remains a constant even with all that packing around the member.
- Men who want to try out manhood packing but don’t want to go too far just yet can be well-served with the use of a single cotton sock. The sock slips right over the male organ, has plenty of cushioning for comfort and is quite easy to remove if a man so chooses. If he wants a more defined shape, a man could position the sock with a double or even triple thickness and ‘mold’ it into the look he wants to present.
- Those who are serious about manhood packing and intend to make it a regular event might want to invest in a male organ sheath. The sheath is designed to look like a rather large manhood and can be worn right over the man’s own equipment. Under clothing, a male organ sheath presents a very impressive look and doesn’t shift as much as a sock might.
- Those who want to experiment with manhood packing material can reach for cotton balls, gauze pads, tissues, and even sanitary napkins. In fact, sanitary napkins might create a very defined bulge that doesn’t run the risk of slipping, thanks to the adhesive strips on the back of each pad. A man will need to position these carefully and of course, avoid using the adhesive part on the male organ itself.
- Men who are tempted to use a male organ ring to produce a more ‘natural’ bulge might want to be careful with that choice – a male ring is designed to be worn for only short periods of time. Wearing it for too long can lead to pain, as well as potential peripheral nerve damage that every man wants to avoid.
When a man chooses manhood packing as a way to get a more handsome member, he shouldn’t forget what his male organ needs when that packing comes off. A top-notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) applied daily can help ensure his organ stays in good shape. A man should look for a crème that contains vitamin A, known for its odor-fighting properties, as well as vitamin E, which is great for keeping skin smooth and supple.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.