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Nocturnal erection

Truth: A properly fitted chastity cage should not cause any pain. However, people who are used to sleeping on their stomachs usually experience minor irritation from the device. If you wish to sleep with the cage, it is advisable to sleep on your side or on your back.

It is recommended that you do not sleep in the cage every night because nighttime erections promote regular blood flow to the penis. Nighttime erections can be thought of as stretching the body or exercising the penis like any other muscle. Talk to your keyholder to determine the night or you would be entitled to a release.

Say no to spikes, screws, and snap rings:

While the above topics were simple myths spread due to misinformation, there is one aspect of penis cages that can be really dangerous.

Let's talk about spiked chastity devices.

Some chastity cages have spikes, screws, or anti-reverse rings (also called anti-pull-out pins) inside the tube itself. Their purpose is exactly as stated, if the slave tries to remove his penis from the tube, the spikes will dig painfully into his penis. If he tries to touch himself and achieve an erection, the same thing will happen.

Spikes and screws are a good way to spice up your couple's play for a day, or just a few hours. But it is not recommended to wear this kind of device for a long time.

Realistically, there is no way to completely prevent erections from your penis. Involuntary nocturnal erections will continue to occur (or attempt to occur) even after years of forced chastity. These are the body's way of ensuring that blood is flowing properly to the genital area and are extremely healthy and normal. When wearing a spiked device, the anti-pull-out pins painfully penetrate the penis during these nighttime periods, potentially causing cuts, bruises and abrasions.

Resin chastity cage

The 5 most common questions asked by chastity beginners:

What is the best chastity device?

It may seem like a complicated question, but the answer is actually quite simple:

The one that's right for you.

The most important part of any chastity device is the fit. It should be snug but not too tight, comfortable and not rub or pinch against any part of the penis or testicles.

In our practical guide to the male chastity cage, we show you the models that will suit you best depending on your desires and your type of practice. In order to measure your penis accurately, we recommend you read our article: how to measure your penis for a chastity cage, we explain step by step how to measure so that your chastity cage fits you like a glove.

However, even with perfect measurements, it's important to pay attention to how your penis and testicles feel after a period of confinement. Have you noticed any red marks or signs of rubbing? Can you feel the cage rubbing or clinging to your skin when you wear it? Do you feel any pain? Are your penis and testicles a healthy color and not swollen?

The two most common problems with fitting a cage are:

Is my ring too small?

Many men interested in chastity deliberately choose a cock ring that is smaller than the actual diameter of their flaccid penis. They believe that a tighter fit will be extremely effective in preventing erection and orgasm.

Chastity ringsTight rings can also cut off blood flow to the penis, and limit the erection that is necessary for proper functioning. If you notice a discoloration of your penis or testicles, and they begin to take on a blue or purple hue, switch to a larger ring.Tight rings can irritate the skin of the penis, creating patches of raw, irritated and sensitive skin that can become infected. If the ring leaves a red imprint on your skin when you remove it, it is too tight.However, a ring that is too small can interfere with the proper functioning of your genital organ.


If you can wear it for several hours without any of your testicles slipping out of the ring, the ring is correctly sized and doing its job.

Another way to test is to put your index or middle finger between the ring and your skin. You should be able to get your finger to the first joint under the band. If you can't do this, it's probably too tight.


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