Learn how to do a monthly step-by-step check-up on your balls with this NSFW testicular self-exam video starring Johnny Rapid.
We have been exploring all things related to Balls and if the topic interests you, I invite you to read some of our other articles and watch the documentary for further insight. Some of the topics we look at include the importance of etymology, that is being specific in the words we use, like in the case of gender reassignment and gender confirmation.
Beyond testicular cancer, we discover lesser known complications a person can have with testicles such as testicular torsion or varicocele.
We even speak with some drag queens to discover just where the balls go when they tuck.
It’s easy to do so there’s no excuses! Just follow along in this NSFW testicular self-exam video and do what Johnny does.
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JOHNNY RAPID: My balls are my moneymaker so it’s important that I check them at least once a month to make sure they’re in prime condition. So, how do I check that my balls are ready to play and stay that way? Pull your pants down guys and go through the steps with me to make sure your balls are healthy and strong.
Check your testicles just after you’ve had a bath or shower. When the muscles in the scrotum are relaxed making it easier for you to feel any lumps, growths or tenderness.
Stand in front of a mirror. Look for any swelling on the skin of your scrotum. Hold your scrotum in your hands and feel the size and weight of each testicle. Don’t worry if one ball is a little bigger or one hangs lower than the other that’s normal.
Feel each ball and roll it between your thumb and finger. It should feel smooth, it’s normal to feel a soft, tender tube towards the back of each testicle, that’s where your sperm are made. You shouldn’t feel any pain when checking your testicles.
Once you get to know your balls keep an eye out for any changes If you detect a change, don’t freak out just see a doctor as soon as possible.
My balls have stayed the same since my last self exam so that means I’m ready to go to work. Make sure you check your balls at least once a month and if you notice any changes go see your doctor right away.
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Working with Johnny Rapid to make the Testicular Self-Exam video was definitely fun but it wasn’t a ‘one take wonder’. Take a look at some of the goof ball antics that we went through to get the video.
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