Beginners Chastity Guide

When you buy a chastity device it is an extremely individual choice and it is imperative to issue some thought to various matters before you purchase. This incorporates the material it’s made of, penis and ring size, whether you’re circumcised, and how easy it will be to keep it new and clean for your Mistress or Master. This is a Beginners Chastity Guide which will help you learn the necessities of chastity.

 

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There are outfits with a leather strap joining a progression of metal rings which encase your penis in a subjugation touch. They generally have 5 rings (Gates of Hell) and the greatest goes behind your penis and balls to keep the outfit set up. This sort of penis tackle is economical in price and can acquaint you with the basics of a chastity device and of having your penis bound – they can be a decent prologue to chastity. In case you’re a bit worried about setting a metal ring around your penis and balls you can discover the Gates of Hell with elastic rings as well.

Material

Firstly, what do you need it to be made of? Basically the decision is leather, metal, silicone or plastic and your key decision variables are taking into account to what extent you wish to wear your chastity devices and how secure you need it to be.

Leather

Before the European and American markets got to be overwhelmed with cheaper Asian metal chastity, the main solid contender at a low cost was the leather Stallion.  At the time in the late 1990s to the mid-2000s the Stallion was THE entry level chastity device and an incredible prologue to full chastity. The Stallion style can be bought today and is perfect for introductory chastity play, it can be worn for a long time, however does need to be taken off for showering and cleaning. The Stallion Guard and comparable leather chastity devices alter around your balls utilizing a locking leather strap, the penis enclosure segment is normally a mix of leather straps and metal rings and a metal confine sort development toward the end. This outline doesn’t totally encase the penis, you can even touch yourself,  and it guarantees heaps of normal air to stream. Extraordinary for teasing as well!

Polycarbonate

Plastic Polycarbonate devices are discreet under trousers, light in weight and can be worn for months at a time so long as you adopt a good routine of cleaning and hygiene. This range caters for a variety of different cage lengths with the CB-3000 and the CB-6000 considered to be the average size, the CB-6000s is the smallest length providing a nice snug fit and has proved to be a very popular design. Finally the Curve chastity device – this is the longest cage length and allows for quite a bit of room to grow! This design has a different construction design being similar to a cage of bars (rather than a tube like the CB-3000/6000/6000s) and so it allows for a good natural flow of air. The CB-3000, CB-6000 and the CB-6000s have cages or tubes which completely enclose the penis, with a few air vents, and have a urination vent at the bottom of the cage – this design means you are less able to touch yourself. Security Level – In emergency situations the plastic centre pin securing the cage to the cock ring can be cut with side cutters or wire cutters.

Metal

There are many chastity devices available in metal, and a variety of different metals. In general Stainless Steel is amongst the best material and 316 Stainless Steel is the same grade as used by the medical profession, meaning it’s hygienic and body friendly. Metal devices may offer greater sense of confinement and security. They do tend to be a bit heavier than the polycarbonate devices, but some men prefer this extra weight reminding them that they are locked awaiting their keyholder’s permission for release. Security Level – Security is a major design feature of many metal devices. High level security means that metal chastity devices are much more difficult to escape from in situations other than authorised release. A bolt cutter would be needed to cut through the padlock. Escape from the “Houdini”, a chastity device based on a single handcuff, is another matter completely!

Silicone

Silicone chastity devices first hit the market during 2008/2009 with the Birdlocked device made in Switzerland, there are now at least two devices made of silicone including the BON4. The advantage of silicone is that it quickly warms to your body temperature and is far more flexible than any other material. Some designs are provided with separate back rings, whilst others are a one-piece component made with the ring attached to the tube. When silicone chastity devices first hit the market in 2009 there was hope that these might be the ultimate chastity device. All silicone chastity devices are lighter in weight than even the polycarbonate devices, although they can cause some soreness for a few men where the ring tightly grips the skin, this may be improved a little by using talc before putting the ring on. Security Level – In emergency situations the silicone devices and be cut with a pair of kitchen scissors.

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Ring Size

The size of the cock ring (sometimes called the back ring) of your chastity device is one of the most important measurements you must know before you buy a device. If the company you are thinking of buying from do not clearly display the chastity back/cock ring size do get in touch with them – you don’t want to unknowingly purchase one that only comes with a 40mm (1¼ inches) ring when you need one of 50mm (2 inches).

The cock ring of a chastity device is what keeps it on. If you measure incorrectly and purchase a ring that’s too large for you, the device is likely to pull down and eventually slip off. A ring that’s too small is hazardous to health: it mustn’t be so tight as to restrict blood flow.

If you purchase any of AL Enterprises polycarbonate chastity devices (Curve, CB-3000, CB-6000, CB-6000s) you will receive several rings in varying sizes (currently 5 rings each with a different diameter), enabling you to find the best fit. Some silicone devices, such as the BON4, also come with the variety of ring sizes as do a few metal devices. With these devices it doesn’t matter too much about measuring for the cock ring size before you part with your money.

However, most other devices (particularly the top quality, handmade, 316 grade stainless steel are purchased with just one ring, and so measuring for this is very important.

Personal Hygiene

You need to ensure that the device you choose allows for good hygiene. Devices which are completely open at the end offer the absolute best option, keeping the head of the penis in a good flow of air as well as being easy to clean. Open tubes allow for a good, more or less uninterrupted, flow of urine and so have far less build up of bacteria than closed or partially closed devices have. However there are few of this style on the market and some men prefer their chastity experience to be more confined and their penis less touchable. Closed or partially closed tubes can allow for small drops of urine to deposit and gather, and so particular attention to hygiene is essential. Unless used for a play session avoid devices that are absolutely enclosed at the end. There are a few such devices which are closed and have no drainage hole. Some men enjoy these for occasional play sessions because they deny any touch to the penis, however they can only be considered as very short term wear.

Types of Chastity Devices

Completely Open End

These devices offer the best for natural air flow, urination and accessibility for hygiene whilst wearing the device. Included within this range is the “Houdini“.

Cage Constructed of Bars

An alternative to the above and just as good are devices such as the steel devices and the polycarbonate “CB-2000″ (unfortunately no longer made by AL Enterprises) which encase the penis in a cage of bars allowing for lots of natural ventilation. This type of design helps to prevent a build up of bacteria, and ensures good hygiene can be followed. Designs include “The Curve” (for the larger male) and the metal device of a similar style (see 3rd and 4th photos in the right column).

Partially Closed Design

Within this group are devices such as the CB-3000, CB-6000, BuddyLock and Gerecke’s Rondo. These devices have a tube completely encasing the penis with slots or holes for urination, and require good regular hygiene routines to keep bacteria, the build up of odour and the possibility of fungal infections at bay. The attraction of these devices this is your penis is more or less completely enclosed and untouchable.

Completely Closed

They are a few devices that are completely closed, they have no opening whatsoever. Any device similar in design is perfect for Chastity Play, a short chastity role play enactment, as it ensures your cock is completely denied any stimulation. But such designs need to be removed for urination.

Cleaning the Chastity Device

Equally important as personal hygiene is attention to the cleanliness of your chastity device. It needs to be removed regularly, inspected and thoroughly cleaned, keeping you and your device in peak condition, an asset to any keyholder! Chastity devices made of medical grade 316 stainless steel are the most hygienic as they can be boiled completely clean to remove any build up of bacteria. Devices made of polycarbonate tend to build up a particular odour if worn for several days at a time, regular removal and through cleaning with anti bacterial soap helps keep this to a minimum.

Natural and Circumcised Cocks

In general most devices will suit both natural and circumcised cocks, but some are more practical than others for the uncircumcised penis.

Some men with a natural or uncut penis may discover that their foreskin protrudes through the urination slots of some chastity devices and this can be uncomfortable. This tends to happen with designs that have a tube completely encasing the penis and a slot for urination, such as the very popular, light weight, “CB-6000″. These chastity devices prevent you from touching your penis and have relatively large vertical urination slot. Although this design feature is really helpful for allowing a good flow of urination, some men, but not all, find the constant rubbing of the protruding foreskin a nuisance, others find this situation even causes the foreskin to become inflamed if worn for any length of time. Whether this would happen to you depends on your choice of chastity device and your own personal dimensions.

If you are uncircumcised and the design of the best selling CB3000 or CB6000 particularly appeals to you experiment with pulling your foreskin back to expose the head of your penis as you enter the device. You may also find it helpful to carry a few Q Tips or Cotton Buds so you can gently reposition the foreskin back into the tube. A small amount of lubricant on the tip of the cotton bud really helps, or try a little aqueous cream like E45. Alternatively using the “Stocking Method” to put your chastity device on might help to prevent your foreskin from bunching up between the ring and the cage.

Your Keyholder

It goes without saying you must consider your cuckold or keyholder in your choice. Does she like your choice? Your chastity experience is hopefully a shared love-style and it’s vital you value your wife’s or girlfriend’s thoughts on the design of your chastity device.

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Andrew is right into the Fet Lifestyle and enjoys BDSM. He has written about these subjects in many arena’s and is an expert at Shibari. He shares his knowledge by working with Adultsmart a sex toy store. Enjoy the descriptive and educational articles he has written.

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