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5 Men’s Underwear Brands Make Your Boyfriend Sexier (Selected By Gay)

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What kind of underwear does your boyfriend(or husband) wear?
Does he wear briefs? Boxers? Thongs? G-Strings? Or really sexy jock straps?

Here is a list that the most coolest men’s underwear brands in 2016 chosen by gay.


1. “TOOT” from Japan

photo from TOOT

Japanese clothes is known as high quality and TOOT is one of the most popular online retail sales of men’s underwear company.

Underwear’s sizing is just amazing especially cup(In the middle). Every cups is ultimately comfortable for cocks. Besides, every design is quite simple but detailed. There are a lot of varieties as you can see here.

Some people say they sometimes forget that they are wearing TOOT because of comfortableness.


2. “Andrew Christian” from America

A company always make gay people excited. It’s Andrew Christian.
The underwear is not sexy and sporty but also very cute. In addiction, it make your boyfriend’s cock look bigger somehow. It’s kind of magic.

It means that you might be excited with your boyfriend as well, right?

This fashionable brand is really gay but I would like to see that straight people wear it. That would be cool,eh?

Andrew Christian


3. “PUMP!” from Montreal, Canada

Personally, Pump Underwear is more sporty feeling than Andrew Christian. Many of the underwear fabrics are mesh style which means your boyfriend can keep cool in his underwear.

Many gay people love this brand. It might make your boyfriend look more masculine. Jockstraps are normally cheaper than briefs or boxers.

PUMP Underwear


4.”S&R” from Korea

S&R is a Korean men’s underwear brand. It is quite popular in Asia.
The slogan is “Feels Like a Second Skin”. It means the underwear is really comfortable.

photo from S&R

The brand has some impressions, “cool” “fresh” and “young”.


5. “Danny Miami” from Miami

Danny Miami has a bit different approach. It has more elegant, gorgeous and sexy feelings.

Every pattern is interesting and sexy. The gold waistband also makes you gorgeous.

Danny Miami

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1 Comment

  1. I am a straight guy, professional, athletic and never knew about Andrew Christian’s brand until a few years ago while vacationing in Los Angeles. I was heading over to Starbucks on Santa Monica Blvd after parking my car, and accidently came across the Andrew Christian store and I just wandered in. It struck me in a similar tone as entering a Calvin Klein underwear store, except that their designs varied from traditional & conservative to outrageously wild and daring – something any straight guy wouldn’t readily go for. Not knowing that Andrew Christian was considered as gay men’s store, I purchased 2 pairs of briefs, a classy grey dress pants, 2 sexy shorts to sleep in and a spinal designed bracelet. My wife loved them and I had no issues with the clothing. When I received their first email advertising sale offers a few weeks after (I gave my email address at the cashier), upon logging on to the website and exploring their links there are videos with very strong gay overtones that can direct the viewer to believe that his clothes are for gay guys only. But let’s be honest here, his underwear did something positive for me – his design and cut made me feel bigger down there and my package had room to feel free. There was no squeezing and pressing against my body and there wasn’t that extra unnecessary restrictive double lining. I had never worn any underwear as comfortable, appropriate for me, and undeniably sexy. Going forward, I had a choice to make – should I continue with the attitude that OMG Andrew Christian is gay and his things are all gay and I should back away or should I be honest and realize that his product was really great and it worked well for me? Well I chose the latter. I have no more time for this homophobic culture driven view that fuels irrational thinking, unjustified hate and propagates further marginalization of people in our world around us. Andrew Christian is himself a proud gay guy and I do not feel that his clothing line is exclusively gay because he chooses to market his products in the way he likes and knows best. In the final analysis, why should Andrew force the point of advertising his designer underwear with sexy girls if he doesn’t think girls are sexy, or more so, if in his mind sexy means guys only? I have since continued to purchase his various designs of underwear and my wife even picks out stuff she likes for me. Wearing Andrew Christian cannot make a straight guy gay. Lets be real.

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