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Most of the advice we hear on underwear and genital cleansing is geared towards women. But, where’s the concern for men? Is the penis a free zone when it comes to fragrances, materials and soaps? Not so much. In fact, there are quite a few things to consider before purchasing your next pair of underwear.

Does it Fit?

With newer brands, like Tommy John and Wear220, there’s no need to walk around adjusting your man parts in 2016. Every guy thinks his adjustment is discrete. But, randomly squatting as if you’re trying to fit into a tight pair of jeans or shaking a leg to adjust the nest, isn’t as subtle as you think it is. Neither is “digging in your pocket.” No one should have to walk around in discomfort and adjusting themselves, or subjecting others to witness it. It just isn’t comfortable, for anybody.

It may be time to upgrade from your local superstore. Find a brand that tests their products for chafing, rubbing and discomfort. Even better, find a brand that offers a money-back guarantee if you don’t like their product, like Tommy John.

Tighty Whities

Briefs made from 100%  cotton are the healthiest choice for men, according to
“Just as women wear their outer garments best with proper support from their undergarments, the same goes for men. Boxers provide no support and often act as simply just extra fabric that create a disheveled look as they bunch and fold under outer garments,” Leslee Hill, a fashion consultant and the president of Hill Image, told

Boxers Or Briefs: What Men Need To Know About Buying (And Wearing) Underwear  was originally published on

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