Okay ShanFans I haven’t done a review like this before but I often get questions about poppers and their effects.
Personally I find Jungle Juice the right brand for me. The three most common formulas are the Platinum, Gold Label and Black Label. It is easy to think all poppers do the same thing but there are some subtle differences in the effects they have and how they might be used.
Jungle Juice Gold is milder than the other two and is less harsh. It gives a smoother rush that comes and goes slowly. The Gold Label doesn’t have the strong odour that some others do and it makes a good dance floor companion. Personally I don’t find it strong enough which means that I use it more often which I don’t like.
Jungle Juice Black Label is strong and hits hard and fast resulting in a strong rush which can be overwhelming. It’s more suited to intense play and is for more experienced users. Personally I find it too strong and it often gives me a headache, leaves me out of breath and kills my boner.
Jungle Juice Platinum is my preferred formula. I find that the rush comes on strong and then drops off smoothly. It’s not as intense as the Black label and I doesn’t give me headaches. It’s my preferred companion for play sessions and allows me to loosen up without losing my breath or feeling too out of control.
All three of these Poppers are available in 10ml and 5ml bottles. Keep them in the fridge to make sure they last as long as possible and don’t evaporate or go stale.
Poppers can be a bit of a taboo topic to talk about online because they are a restricted substance in many parts of the world. Platforms like Onlyfans have very strict rules regarding the use of Poppers and will ban you from the platform even if they were used legally in the jurisdiction in which the content was produced. Poppers do have side effects that can be no more devastating than the effects of legal drugs like alcohol and cigarettes. In my opinion the opposition to poppers is rooted more in 1960’s homophobia than any increased health and safety concerns.
Disclaimer: This post is not intended as an endorsement of poppers and their use. Poppers are a controlled substance available over the counter here in Australia under certain circumstances. They are illegal in many parts of the world and you should check your local laws regarding whether or not you can use them. Using Poppers can also cause some serious side effects. Always follow the instructions on the bottle and speak to a medical professional if you have questions about using them.
Hi there ShanFans, I’ve created a complete playlist of all my kink diaries and cage reviews. Since many of you have been exploring your kinks I thought it would be helpful to have all these videos in one easy to reach place. Enjoy x
This weekend Sir collared me. For those of you not familiar with Dom/sub relationships when a Dom collars a boy it means that Sir is taking ownership of the boy. It is a significant sign of Sirs commitment and appreciation to make a collar for his boy. Ownership means that Sir is committed to training and using the boy for his pleasure and the boy submits to Sirs authority alone. Each Dom/sub relationship is unique and is not necessarily romantic and the boundaries and expectations require an open negotiation.
Sir now holds keys for my chastity cage and collar and I have submitted to him completely.
I have been searching for a Dom to commit to in this way for along time and earning my collar comes with some sense of pride. Sir has given me permission to share some of my experiences with you and I am looking forward to this next step in my training. It is a privilege to serve Sir.
Have you had a similar experience? leave a comment below and share your story.
A friend pointed out to me the other day that Grindr has a SOBER option now in its tribes. You can now tell other Grindr lads that you are sober or looking for sober connections on your profile.
Sober can mean a lot of things to different people but generally, it increasingly means no CHEMS, DRUGS, WIRED, etc.
Chemsex is a huge problem in the Gay scene and for a long time, I struggled with an addiction to chemsex. This ground has been covered by quite a few bloggers I follow and it’s time that I open up about my own experiences in the party scene.
For those of you considering chastity cages for yourselves or for your partners I have already talked a little cleanliness and how much being locked has changed my sex life. There are some things though that I don’t like about being locked.
Chaffing is a real problem. Especially around the balls and under the shaft. If you’re going to be locked for a long time, then you have to pay really close attention to the cage and make sure you get a really good fit to avoid it. Baby oil or coconut oil are very helpful but some discomfort is impossible to avoid especially at the gym.
Grabby guys. The cages can pinch and if somebody decides to grab you then you could be in for a shock. Most guys don’t know what to do with a chastity cage. One jerk I hooked up with latched on to it and was pulling hard on the cage. I had to raise my voice and give him a firm command to STOP. Common sense, unfortunately, can be rare.
Design flaws. I will be doing a more in-depth review of my three cages later in the month but for now, my experience is that the two cages I have worn have had some serious design flaws. Badly located mold lines, sharp edges, lack of size variation and overly complex shapes all mean that there is no “perfect” cage. Dicks vary but cages at the moment do not.
I can’t Top. Yes I’m a bottom but I do occasionally like to smash the back porch out of a twink and I can’t do that anymore.