Men Put Their “Cock In A Sock” For Cancer Awareness On Instagram

It’s a great day to be gay and on Instagram thanks to Cancer Research UK’s unofficial online drive to bring attention to testicular cancer with the #cockinasock campaign. The campaign started by UK based instagram users and the Cock-in-a-sock Facebook page, has spread like wildfire online.

Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in American males between the ages of 15 and 34. Testicular cancer is highly treatable, and regular testicular self-examinations can help identify growths early, when the chance for successful treatment of testicular cancer is highest.

Check out some of the brave men who put their cocks in a sock to raise money to fight this horrible disease (and please consider a donation to the Cancer foundation of your choice ;):


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Watch this dude’s surprise:

Got Legs?

British soldiers are joining in too:

Father and son?

Cock in a hat anyone?

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  1. Angela Illek on March 22, 2014

    Thank you to ALL these beautiful men who have socked up for such a good cause! SOCKS OFF to all of you! XOXO

  2. Michael on March 22, 2014

    Hot damn, great views, great way to get someone’s attention for the cause. I also saw 2 women walking with dogs with socks on their tails yesterday, I can only assume it’s because of this. Well done.

  3. cubscoutii on March 23, 2014

    The only thing i am offended by is all the pube shaving. Is it a trend to look like a prepubescent male? Let that all that hair grow!

    • Anonymous on March 24, 2014

      I was thinking the same thing!! LOL

    • Anonymous on March 24, 2014

      back, sac & crack…..manscaping my friend. Many find it offensive if you dont take care of your self

    • Milo on March 25, 2014

      Yep agreed, guys shouldn’t shave, ever! however guys should trim. Ladies always compliment me on keeping it tidy down there.

  4. Ash N Chris Peachey on March 23, 2014

    Wow definitely made my day :) hahathats by far my fav charity. Way to go guyss!! Looking good!!

  5. Wes on March 23, 2014

    That was inspiring! You men look good as well as healthy. That is the sad trick cancer does in the beginning. You look and feel great… then wham, right in the balls, literally!

    Please check yourself, have fun, check a friend. Have a doctor show you how if need be but learn to check yourself. It is worth the few extra minutes in the shower.

    Be safe and stay healthy. Don’t let cancer kick your balls around. Your life may depend on it.

  6. rob on March 24, 2014

    it was the Hot Red Chili Peppers that initially started this on their facebook and then 2 pages got set up after our initial post which was shared and liked hundreds of times got taken down!! http://www.hotredchilipeppers.co.uk booking charity gigs now!!

  7. Ken Leavoy on March 24, 2014

    These guys have a lot of balls to do this…..AND I LOVE IT…..LOL

    • Sig on March 25, 2014

      Technically, they have two but altogether yes, that’s a lot of balls. LOL. Well done with this charity work!

  8. Kailey on March 24, 2014

    You’re offended by the pube shaving because it reminds you of underage boys naked? Well I do believe that makes YOU the sicko lol.. the rest of us who shave and trim down there do it because it so much CLEANER and tidier and much more hygienic!

    • kizmaaz on May 5, 2014

      Really? And what scientific study are you quoting?

      Pubic hair removal naturally irritates and inflames the hair follicles left behind, leaving microscopic open wounds. This opens you up to MRSA, cellulitis and some STDs.

      In addtion, pubic hair is there for a reason. To reduce friction. But by all means, go ahead and get friction burns on your junk. Don’t complain when you no longer can reach orgasm because you have damaged your junk from rubbing up against your partner so much.

      Also, quit lying. There is nothing hygenic about it. Guys shave to make their dicks look bigger. No other reason.

  9. Anonymous on March 25, 2014

    Welcome to another case of “what the hell let’s just do it” mindset behind such pop-culture activities. Credit to the normally reserved Britons for initiating this. However, they might as well have covered their balls, not their cocks, since it’s testicular cancer they’re advocating.

    Me, I’d rather pose decently with a big heart on my sleeve to support awareness for heart disease!

  10. Mary on March 25, 2014

    It’s only not hygienic if you don’t bathe ;-)

  11. Sissy on March 27, 2014

    Great job, men! Be sure to test monthly. Early detection is key. Best way to test is by taking a bath. Sit in there for a while, until both testicles become relaxed. Then feel each one, and look at the sizes of each. If you feel something hard, or notice any thing else unusual, get to a doctor right away. By testing monthly, you’ll get to know how they should both feel.

  12. Samantha Lauzon on April 2, 2014

    It’s not just men putting their #cockinasock! I’ve also posted mine. Being an open Trans woman. We are also at risk of testicular cancer and protate cancer. I’ve attached the article with regards to my posting my pic. I hope you’ll share it and spread the word that not only cis-gender men have cocks and there is not only one kind of cock to put in a sock.

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