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Men should go commando at night if they want to become fathers


  • I love the idea, but I’m not crazy about the oddly-placed seams that look like a baby diaper or men’s underwear… hmmmm…

    crystal March 25, 2019

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2. Dont count out jock itch


Just because you’re freeballing, don’t assume the possibility of jock itch is out the window. Underwear or not, men are more prone to the condition simply because of the groin’s anatomy. Jock itch—a skin condition that presents as an itchy, red, ring-shaped rash—occurs when you’re exposed to fungus, says Dr. Gohara.

And fungi love to hang in warm, humid environments—just like the inside of your pants when your balls are sweating all over them.

Jock itch can be pretty uncomfortable and awkward to deal with. To fight off fungi, keep your boys dry with just a sprinkle of baby powder in the morning. If it gets too annoying, use a prescription antifungal wash to clean the area and finish off with an antifungal cream. But most importantly, regularly wash your pants. Which brings us to our next rule:

Do guys really go commando?

Surveys have established that between 5% and 7% of men don’t wear underwear (it’s called “go commando” or “freeballing”). Actually, letting your boys hang loose is nothing like going to battle. There are several reasons that make you feel that underwear is necessary than going commando.

6. Avoid fitting rooms


Your crotch area is teeming with loads of bacteria, including the kind that can trigger diarrhea.

So this is obvious, but don’t try on new pants while going commando. Some of those fecal bacteria can transfer onto the fabric, says Sarah Council, Ph.D., a microbiologist at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Genomics & Microbiology Research Lab. Not only can you transfer those bacteria, but you can be exposed to bacteria from whoever else tried on the same piece of clothing.

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