The Do This, Get That Guide On Using Cock Cages

The Do This, Get That Guide On Using Cock Cages

There we do not joke anymore, its serious gear. The metal cock cages such as these, equipped with a hollow urethral probe and locked with a padlock, this chastity cage guarantees that your prisoner will have no hope of escaping! With a length of 9 cm and offering three different sizes of rings for a custom-made incarceration, this penitentiary penis will know how to lock it as it should.

Why use cock cage at all! Well ventilated and open at the end to allow your prisoner to wear his straitjacket for long hours of abstinence, this cage will allow him to urinate and ejaculate if you wish, and you will leave the absolute control of his level of torture thanks to its removable urethral probe.

Opt for one of the three rings that best suits his size, and lock his three-piece suit which he no longer needs inside. Then fix the cage part on his penis so that the top of the ring comes to slip into the dedicated hole of the cage. His purses must hang between the ring and the cage. Now put the padlock through the two holes above the cage to trap it! It is done. But do not go lose the keys, huh! For a better comfort, we recommend to lubricate tail and plums before use. The use of a sterile lubricant is a must for urethral games. The chastity cage must be removed before falling asleep.

Main Features:

  • Chastity cage made of metal with urethral probe to stimulate male chastity
  • Cage part measuring 9 cm long and 14 cm in circumference
  • Cage open and equipped with a penile hollow plug to allow urination and ejaculation during the wearing of the cage
  • Removable and curved urethral probe measuring 6.1 cm insert able length and 6 mm diameter
  • 3 metal rings for a custom size: 4.1 cm, 4.7 cm and 5.1 cm
  • Includes 1 padlock with 3 keys and 1 velvet storage pouch

You’ve probably heard about it in some erotic books that have been popular for a while. However, it is important to say that this saga is not in the image of what BDSM is in reality and that is why I want to demystify here this little-known sub-culture. The masculine will be used for the purpose of lightening the text.

It is important to mention that about 10% of people have BDSM practices, and that there is not a typical profile. They are ordinary people, like you and me. Non-BDSM practices are more like “vanilla”. Some people live BDSM at all times, so-called 24/7. Others focus only on their intimacy and their sexuality on this practice. Still others practice BDSM from time to time, in addition to having vanilla practices. In short, each person chooses their level of practice and whether it becomes more a way of life or an occasional practice. It is a way to add spice, to test one’s limits, to challenge one and, above all, to test one’s trust in the other. Moreover, BDSM does not only revolve around sex, as will be explained later. And moments of intimacy or sexuality are called games or scenes.

BDSM is practiced at home, between consenting adults. Sometimes, some people will create a dungeon (room dedicated to BDSM, with all the toys, instruments and precautions required) at home and receive followers chosen in this private place. BDSM is also practiced during more libertine parties, to the general public, where people will be received in a larger dungeon. These evenings, although open to more people, are very selective and very safe. Security guards are ready to take out people who do not comply with the rules. A dress code is required and consent must be requested at all times, whether to watch or participate. There is no room either for the judgment regarding nationality, gender, sex, sexual orientation and position (dominant, submissive or both) of people.

What do the letters BDSM mean?

This acronym is not chosen at random. BD refers to bondage and discipline. The bondage is actually done to attach or restrict movement by tying with strings, handcuffs, a corset, a bag enclosing a combination of latex or a cage. Discipline refers to obeying one’s master or dominant. It can be flogged, beaten, deprived of sex, forbidden to masturbate for a week, forced to wear a chastity belt / penis cage, etc.

The DS refers to the dominant-subject relationship. The dominant-submissive relationship is a special relationship. It is governed by a contract between the two people, which must state their needs, their desires and their limits. Contrary to what one might think, the subject has the decision-making power to end the stage or the game at any time, using a safety word that will be stated as needed. This relationship is one of confidence, since everyone will test their limits during exchanges. That is why one must be constantly sure to respect the other and to be on the lookout, and to verbalize when something is wrong. This relationship can be destructive if it is misunderstood or if the basics are fragile: BDSM can go play in someone’s head.

Finally, the SM refers to the sadomasochistic component. The pain in BDSM is the tool that boosts pleasure, makes it reach orgasm. It is something sought after, subtle that goes up gradually. Whether to punish a submissive or to give him an orgasm, the pain is used to get closer between dominant-submissive and strengthen the bonds that unite the two partners. It creates endorphin, adrenaline and therefore a sensation that makes you hover. It is expected and desired, anticipated and planned. There are as many ways to practice BDSM as couples of different partners and all are equal. Everyone has to gravitate around the three axes so named to build a relationship that meets the wishes of both partners.

Another important point: do not get into the BDSM that wants.

This could be dangerous, especially from a physical point of view. There are courses whose purpose is to learn to handle the various instruments, because it is easy to hurt his partner. Some places are very sensitive and should be avoided. Same thing for bondage: you have to know how to tie your partner (because it’s an art!) To avoid cutting off traffic, this could lead to serious injury or even loss of limbs. Lifestyles offers very good workshops to become familiar with the BDSM universe. There are also other precautions to take, including protection, how to maintain toys and equipment. It also avoids mixing drugs or alcohol and gambling, which could be very unhealthy, because under the influence of substances, we lose knowledge of our limits. Finally, you never leave a person immobilized or attached without supervision, at the risk that it causes discomfort.


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