So you got a chastity device…
I’m starting to suspect that there is something in the water. When a friend told me he was into orgasm control I thought it was a response to some of my blogging, when someone else in my social circle piped up about the matter I thought it was so nice that my friends share common interests, but by the third time in a week I found myself being asked for advice on wearing a chastity device I started to suspect there was definitely something in the water.
So the short answer is, well, I have no idea. I recommend you read the manufacturer’s instructions and follow them as best you can. Actually, far more strongly than that, I recommend you read maymay’s “Top 10 tips for long-term male chastity device wear.” Keyholders, read this too! No really, as someone who has put more random nonsense in her body than I care to admit just to make sure it was in fact possible, I highly recommend wrapping your head around what the hell is going on with your partner, his cock, and this random bit of plastic or metal currently attached to his cock. Watching a partner interact with this device was awesome for me both in making the whole process way hotter and in making it far less intimidating for me. Hotter because it’s not just a matter of the turned on moments, it actually changes everything about things as routine as showering and that rocks! Less intimidating because, well, most people don’t encounter CB6000s for most of their sexual lives – knowing how it works, what the possible failure modes are, and what happens when your partner is aroused in it is useful. Knowing how to get your partner aroused when they’re locked up, what they can and can not feel and how they feel about that is useful. So yeah, read the basics, watch your partner interact with the device, play with the locking mechanism, basically do whatever you need to do to feel like you, and not the device, are in control.
And if you’re wearing the device, well, I have no idea. I’ve never been in that position. I suspect having some answer to the following questions is likely good:
- What are you doing for emotional support while locked up?
- What are you doing for emotional support through the unlocking process and whatever happens right after for you?
- Where are the keys? Is there a spare set? What will you do in a medical or other emergency (for example, what if a death in the family requires you to fly cross country tomorrow)?
- So, uh, why do you want to be locked up? What’s in it for you? What’s in it for your partner?
- Are you aware of the impact this has on your partner or partners sexually/emotionally/logistically?
Have fun guys!
P.S. People in the know – what am I missing? What other resources should I point people at?