Everything you need to know about wearing chastity cages and starting chastity with a cage
If you live alone and have self-imposed abstinence. We recommend that you give a spare key to a trusted person who lives near you. In order not to arouse suspicion about your fantasies, we recommend that you tell them that it is the key to your mailbox, or your house. Tell them that the spare key could be useful if you find yourself stuck outside your house without the keys.
A final solution is to simply cut the lock with a pair of pliers or a saw.
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Some questions that are frequently asked when starting chastity:
Is wearing a penis cage painful?
While cages can be uncomfortable, they should never cause pain to the user. Cage partners, be sure to inform your keyholder immediately if you experience pain, swelling, itching, dry/chapped skin, difficulty urinating or discoloration of any part of the penis or testicles. For regular maintenance of your chastity device please see our blog "chastity cage daily"
Will my cage irritate me?
A properly cleaned and secured cage should not irritate you. If you have signs of chafing, including redness, itching, or sensitive, sore skin, it's probably a sign that you're not cleaning the cage properly or drying it thoroughly enough. Make your cleaning sessions a little more frequent and be sure to dry thoroughly until the redness goes away. You can also check out our blogs "how to measure your penis for a chastity cage"
Is my chastity cage in danger of "falling off"?
A properly sized penis cage should not fall off under any circumstances. If your cage falls off or slips, it's usually a sign that it's too big for you, or that it may not be the right shape. Don't despair, take a look at our wide variety of chastity devices available to find the right one for you!
How long should my chastity ring last for the first time?
The ring has locked. The key is safe and secure under the control of the holder. So... what's the next step? Forced chastity isn't limited to the cage, is it, so....what happens next?
We're here to help you through that too!
If this is the first time you or your partner has been caged, it shouldn't last more than a day or two. Even if your male chastity cage is a perfect fit, it will take some time to get used to it.
Start with shorter periods, gradually increasing each session until you reach the length of time that works for you and your partner. This might be an hour a day. One day a year, for example. Or 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The only right answer is the one you and your partner decide together!
First test - discovering the sensations:
The caged partner is locked in for 24 hours, to ensure that the device fits properly without pain or friction.
Second test - taming:
The partner in the chastity cage is locked in for three days. The decision whether or not to allow orgasm at the end of this period is left to the couple's discretion, but the release of the submissive definitely occurs after 72 hours. The cage and penis are thoroughly cleaned and inspected for injuries or damage.
Third test - psychological limit:
The caged partner is locked up for seven days. During this time, the experiment begins with rules or tasks - getting an early release for good behavior or prolonging it with bad behavior. However, caging should ideally not be extended beyond 30 days, as this is still considered part of the trial period.
During the trial period, the caged partner should ALWAYS have a safeword that means "immediate removal from the apparatus", which can be used in case of injury or major discomfort. Never play without a safeword. It is important that a caged individual have the ability to withdraw quickly while his penis adjusts to the feeling of being confined.
Once the three trial sessions are over, you and your partner can move on to experimenting with long-term chastity if you wish - a week, a month, three months, or even a year without orgasm! The only limits are the ones you choose to set for yourself!