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Sex Bracelets FAQ

  1. What are sex bracelets?
  2. What do sex bracelet colors mean?
  3. Who wears sex bracelets?
  4. If a girl wears jelly bracelets, does that mean she has sex?
  5. What is the "snap" game?
  6. If someone snaps off a bracelet, are they entitled to sex?
  7. Where can I buy sex bracelets?
  8. People wore those bracelets in the '80s. Why are they popular again?
  9. Isn't this whole sex bracelet thing just a bunch of media hype?
  10. Are sex bracelets really cock rings?

1. What are sex bracelets?

Sex bracelets are inexpensive jelly bracelets, rings of rubbery plastic sold singly or in multi packs. They come in a lot of different colors, many translucent. They often signal willingness to perform certain sex acts, as determined by their color. They may be used in games in which sexual favors are exchanged.

2. What do sex bracelet colors mean?

3. Who wears sex bracelets?

Jelly bracelets are in fashion and worn by people of all ages, both male and female. They are a casual and trendy style of jewelry. However, it is  college students and twentysomethings who wear them as "sex bracelets," not usually younger people.

4. If a girl wears jelly bracelets, does that mean she has sex?

Not necessarily. Many people, especially younger people, wear jelly bracelets as fashionable accessories and are not even aware of the sexual connotations. You can't make assumptions. If you want to know, ask her, but don't be surprised if you get slapped in the face.

5. What is the "snap" game?

One person attempts to break or "snap" a sex bracelet off of another person. The broken bracelet then becomes a "sex coupon" that the snapper can exchange for the sex act signified by the bracelet's color. It is cheating if you simply pull the bracelet off the arm without breaking it, or use a knife or scissors to cut it. The game is rumored to have first been played at college fraternity parties.

6. If someone snaps off a bracelet, are they entitled to sex?

Of course, no one is "entitled" to sex, ever, and no one ever "has" to give somebody sex. However, in some sex games, snapping off a bracelet means, within the rules of the game, that the snappee should engage in a particular sex act. However, a game is just a game, and "no" always means no.

7. Where can I buy sex bracelets?

Sex bracelets or jelly bracelets are available through online stores, on eBay, and in most major discount stores and many mall stores that sell fashions and jewelry for young people.

8. Didn't people wear those bracelets in the '80s?

These type of bracelets were popularized by Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, and other female divas of the '80s. And like a lot of '80s fashions, they've made a comeback.

9. Isn't this whole sex bracelet thing just a bunch of media hype?

The media has mistakenly associated sex bracelets with middle and high school students, since these young people sometimes wear jelly bracelets. However, it is college students and twentysomethings who actually ascribe sexual meaning to these bracelets. For the VAST majority of younger people, jelly bracelets are nothing more than a fashion accessory, and have no sexual meaning.

10. Are sex bracelets really cock rings?

Sex bracelets do resemble some cock rings. There is actually some relation, which goes back to the original '80s trend. Decades ago, punk rockers began wearing cock rings as bracelets, as a sign of rebellion and rejection of sexual convention. Some of these were made of studded leather, and some were basically rubber O-rings, usually black. As the style caught on, the origin of the bracelets was forgotten. Now that the style is making a resurgence, maybe the trend will go full circle and gay men will start wearing sex bracelets as cock rings.

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