Most guys when the first think about enforced chastity, spend quite a bit of time thinking about getting a device they will be unable to escape. The word enforced is hyper-critical to them. Endless time is spent worrying about “security” (wish I could do air quotes around that word). So many men order devices with the smallest possible base ring. Then they spend time suffering the frictional consequences of this choice. Their reasoning? If the device is very tight it will be harder to escape. Maybe. But it will also be much harder to wear. Strangle your scrotum and suffer irritation, loss of circulation, and constant pain. That early morning erection will become torture. “Good,” you say. Erections should hurt. I don’t know about that. I want to be able to sleep through the night.
The objection I hear most often is, “What’s the point of being locked up if I can escape?” That rhetorical question shows that it’s owner simply doesn’t understand enforced chastity at all. You haven’t been taken sexual prisoner by a tribe of Amazons. You aren’t locked up against your will. You asked your keyholder to lock you up. You want to be locked up. So why worry about escape? That is clearly the last thing you really want.
My view of enforced chastity is that I agreed to turn over sexual control to my lioness. I like that I am locked into a device that prevents even the smallest transgression. I can’t get hard or come as long as it is on. I realize that any ball-capture device is escapable. I can pull my soft penis out of the cage and base ring. Then, once freed, I can jerk off to my heart’s content. The thing is, once I pull out, I can’t put it back so Mrs. Lion won’t know I was so naughty. That’s the real security. If she found out, I would be in serious trouble. Also, I don’t have to do the penis gymnastics required to pull out. I have my emergency key. Oh wait, it’s inside a metal case with a tamper-evident label. If I open the case, Mrs. Lion will know. She will want solid evidence there was a serious emergency that required my extraction.
The real inescapable device is the one that reveals any escape. I surrendered sexual control to Mrs. Lion. I take that very seriously. There is no way I will cheat. But hypothetically, let’s say I want to masturbate. The only way I can do it is going to require me to either pull out or use my key. Either method will be quickly discovered by my lioness. I don’t want to think about what would happen to me when she made that discovery. I won’t have to find out of course. I’m not going there because I made a promise to her. I’m not going to break it.
Some guys get PA (Prince Albert) piercings (Image). Special padlocks and adapted chastity devices can lock that piercing to the cage. You can’t pull out if you take this course. Of course, not everyone wants a piercing like this. I had a frenum piercing for many years. Chastity devices are made to work with these piercings too. Of course it still comes down to why it is needed. Some guys really want to feel that level of inescapablity, but it truly isn’t needed.
My advice to someone who wants to start enforced chastity is to carefully consider the inevitable tradeoff between “security” and comfort. If the device hurts to wear, the odds are very strong that you will stop wearing it soon after you start. If you recognize that the real security is your promise to surrender sexual control, you can get a device that is completely comfortable to wear and is still secure enough to prevent the stray erection or momentary impulse to jerk off. Your promise takes care of the rest.
One does not need to escape to have an orgasm within the cage. I can use a Hitachi wand applied to the CB-6000 and get off. It takes awhile (15-20 min?), but when one is desperate….. I get your point though, and it is kind of silly to worry about escape when one can just end the game. Nighttime erections are a definite issue to consider in the device chosen. For example, for me, the CB-6000 is better overnight than the CB-6000S, and better than the metal devices. The 6000S is typically too tight during the night, and the metal one (which is generally comfortable in the day) get heavy as swelling occurs.
I think the real pleasure of using the device is my demonstration of devotion and desire to please my partner, and that has little to do with the device itself. So I’m with you, man, crotch comfort has to be a priority in chastity.
To me, the CB is like a piece of jewelry. I’ve worn it so long I seldom notice it’s on me. When she’s removed it and for example, i go to pee, it feels kinda strange not having it on. So used to it after five years, why end it? Can’t understand why someone would want to wear one for pain.
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