Boys can wear a jockstrap to hold a protective cup in place, which protects you from a direct hit in the genitals. Or, a boy can wear a jockstrap just for support, to keep everything from bouncing and moving while he runs or works out.
This is completely up to you. If you wear boxers, normally you will put the jockstrap over the boxer or boxer brief. If you wear briefs you can wear it over or under. Anything smaller than that you might try wearing it under. Or you can just wear it as itself. It's a personal preference. I do not wear underwear with a jockstrap.
men and women
To protect their privates
As long as you want to
You should wear a jockstrap with a cup for contact sports such as football, baseball, hockey, etc. But it's important to wear a jockstrap for support for anything involving running, jumping, or twisting - even without direct hits - track, basketball, soccer, etc.
A jockstrap would help support your genitals, and keep them from bouncing or twisting.
Yes. Yes he does.
you don't have to but you should
Most NFL players wear a jockstrap, and some wear a cup
It's definitely a good idea to wear a jockstrap, for any sport with a lot of running like that, to keep your genitals in place and prevent testicular torsion.
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Most men, both the straight and gays, wear jockstraps at the gym if their workout requires it. If the workout or activity that the man plans on participating in has hazards to their genitals, then the man will most likely wear one. Otherwise, if they are just working out, then no they would not wear a jockstrap.
Most swimmers just wear Speedo or Speedo-like swimming suits. Some swimmers wear a "swimmers jockstrap" too. A "swimmers jockstrap" has a narrow 1-inch waist-band, which is smaller than the standard 3-inch waist-band of a standard jockstrap. The narrower 1-inch waistband will not reveal the jockstrap as much and the jockstrap waist-band will stay under the swimming suit. However, male swimmers who want to show a bigger "package" may chose to wear a cup-jockstrap under their swimming suit to enhance their masculine appearance. But they don't really need the protection of a cup when they are swimming. So it is all a mater of personal preference.
Probably most male tennis players wear either a jockstrap or some kind of supportive sports undergarment, e.g. compression shorts, jock boxers, athletic briefs, etc.
There is no such thing as "gay wear." Gay people do not wear special clothing.
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never thought of that , it must be comfortable . try it