Are you ready for Locktober?
What is Locktober? #locktober
Locktober is a yearly event that’s held throughout the month of October to promote and celebrate the usage of men wearing male chastity devises.
What is a male chastity device? A male chastity device, or commonly known as a cock cage, is a piece of apparatus that encases and locks the penis so that the man cannot have any kind of penetrative sex or maintain any erectile functions.
The first one is to reduce the size of the penis, squishing it down to a non-existent part of the male form, so that the male can feel less masculine, more feminine or more subservient.
A sissy, a man forced in to sissifaction, or a man who wants to be subservient tends to wear this kind of contraption to restrict their masculine form and embrace their feminine side. In some cases, they simply like to be humiliated by other men who are blessed with bigger male parts.
The second type is someone who is willing on his own terms as a single man or is forced into wearing a cage by his wife, partner, mistress or master, as again, in a subservient role.
In an open relationship, the wife may want her husband to wear a cage, so that he’s not allowed to play around without the wife’s permission. By doing so, the husband is now trapped and is refused any penetrative sexual pleasures whilst the wife can now freely have sex with other people whoever she wants to.
The wife may allow her husband to watch her enjoy the pleasures of the flesh with other people or may be allowed to join in, only with oral duties or to be penetrated himself.
As the male appenditure cannot become erect, the pressure and intensity can become somehow pleasurable, almost euphoric in a restrictive kind of way.
When it comes to the BDSM or the worshipping scene, the mistress or master become key holders and only allow their Subs or servants to remove their cages at their will and convenience. The Subs may be asked to remove their cage in their presence, wash and clean it and then replace it. Wearing a cage for your mistress or master is a sign that you are now owned by them and within consensual limits, will do their bidding.
Wearing a cage for other’s pleasure can be a humiliating experience and most Subs tends to enjoy the degradation, so much so that they are even willing to pay for the service.
Before purchasing your cage, do some research as this item will be part of you for a considerable length of time and you will need to be happy with your new best friend.
Chasity cages come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and in various designs and materials. Prices ranges from the cheap and cheerful plastic versions to metal monstrosities which can cost a small fortune and can look like a piece of modern art dangling from your meat and two veg.
When you first buy your cage, read the instructions carefully and learn how to set up the cage before wearing it. Similar to that infamous piece of Swedish flat pack furniture manual, certain cages may look difficult to master and you may need to have a degree in mechanical engineering just to assemble the thing.
With most cages you will find certain basic components, such as the encasing sheaf or tube, a cock ring, lock and keys and other attachments. You may not have worn a cock ring before (this is part that helps locks the tube and stops it falling off your cock) so again, take your time as this may feel strange and challenging when inserting and pulling through your bits and pieces.
Before you purchase your cage, check out the size of the cock ring, as this is an important measurement which you do not want to get it wrong. This vital device is what keeps the cage on, so you will need to know your measurements correctly. If a ring is too large, your cage will eventually slip off. On the flip side, if the ring is too small, it can restrict the blood flow and can be hazardous to your health.
Most cages will have adjustable cock rings or a selection for interchangeable rings. Some cages have a U shape ring in various sizes. These type of rings can be easy to apply, as you just slip them under your scrotum, but watch out for catching your skin when fixing it to your cage.
Also, make sure that your cage has either of these functions as it may be difficult to get a refund on such an intimate piece of equipment.
How To Measure For A Cock Ring
Cock rings are normally sized by their internal diameter, so to measure for a cock ring is very easy.
First you will need to measure the circumference around your cock from behind your balls. If you don’t have a fabric measuring tape to do this, then a piece of string and a ruler will be fine.
Make sure that the tape is snug but not too tight as you don’t want to suffer from any circulation problems. Ideally, take your measurements after a bath or shower as your body will be at its warmest. And measure yourself a few times to achieve the most accurate reading.
Here comes the maths bit. With your size measured correctly, divide it by 3.14 and this will provide you with the required diameter.
Here are some simple examples.
12.5 cm ÷ 3.14 = 40mm diameter
14 cm ÷ 3.14 = 45mm diameter
15.7 cm ÷ 3.14 = 50mm diameter
17.3 cm ÷ 3.14 = 55mm diameter
4.7 inches ÷ 3.14 = 1.5 inches diameter
5.5 inches ÷ 3.14 = 1.75 inches diameter
6.25 inches ÷ 3.14 = 2 inches diameter
7 inches ÷ 3.14 = 2.25 inches diameter
When attaching the cage, especially the cock ring, do be careful and take your time. Fiddling about with your nether regions and trying to attach a somewhat heavy contraption may initially cause discomfort. If you’re struggling and finding it difficult, then stop what you’re doing and come back to it when you are feeling more relaxed.
Also do be careful and avoid pinching or nicking your delicate skin. The cage should not be painful when it’s attached to you, only restrictive. If you do see any signs of bleeding or bruising, immediately stop wearing the cage and seek medical help.
How To Put On Your Cock Ring
Cock rings can be difficult to put on at first. As they say, practise makes perfect so please take your time. Always put your cock ring on when you are soft and flaccid, otherwise you’ll end up in all sorts of trouble.
This three step method below is commonly used for most of the basic cock rings, regardless if they are metal or rubber. Again, if you start to feel any pain, stop immediately.
- Carefully hold your scrotum skin through the ring and gently ease one testicle through.
- Then do the same with the other testicle.
- When you have safely done this, bend your penis downwards and pull it through the ring. If you’re wearing a rubber ring, you may be able to stretch it slightly to give you some adjustment space.
See the diagram below.
It may take you some attempts to fully wear your ring, so do be patient. Don’t hurt yourself just for the sake of being naughty. Though when you do achieve your goal, it is advisable to wear the ring for just for a short while, just so that your body can become accustomed to the new feeling.
When you have finally mastered applying your ring, you can now attach your cage. Follow the instructions and be careful when you fix all of the components together.
At first, wear your cage for short periods of time, just to get the feel of it and how to apply it. Some cages can be complicated as if you’re constructing a monkey puzzle, plus you may have poor visibility as you’re looking at the cage form a different perspective from above.
Cleaning Your Chastity Device
Just like any other adult toy, keeping your cage clean is a must for health reasons and to keep your cage in good condition, especially if you want to keep your key holder happy.
If you have a stainless steel cage, this can be boiled to remove any bacteria. Or on a general note, a good wash with any anti bacteria soap will suffice for most cages too.
If you’ve been wearing your cage for a while and it starts to smell, do the decent thing and have a soapy wash down there. It’s just common sense and basic hygiene.
An open ended tube with a slit at the end for your urine to escape is preferable, as this will keep the much needed air flow to your penis and create easy exit facilities for your waters. Though do remember, that droplets of juices may remain in the cage, which may cause a build-up of bacteria, so again, have a wash or shower down there.
Storing Your Cage
When storing and looking after your cage, make sure it’s clean and dry. Wrap it up in a piece of soft cloth for protection and place it in a bag or possibly a locked box or drawer for safely. You don’t want any prying eyes to come across it whilst you’re at work, do you?
Also, remember that you may jingle as you walk about as the metal lock will clatter against the plastic or metal cage. If you’re wearing tight fitting trousers, jeans or shorts, do keep in mind that the shape of the cage may protrude and may be seen underneath the material, so be warned for any inquisitive eyes or knowing glances.
Above everything else, do not be pressurised by anyone into anything that may cause you bodily harm. You are in charge of your own health and safety.
No means no.
I wish you all the best with your new friend and hope you have many happy times together.
Do play safe and have fun exploring your new horizons.