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Permanent Chastity – All You Need To Know About Safety And Comfort

11-20-2019 - Written by Jett Oxy - Follow on medium 


If you are like most couples asking how safe is enforced chastity in the long run, the answer is: VERY SAFE.

However, forced chastity will only remain safe if you and your partner follow safety and hygienic measures. From keeping the cock cage clean every time to wearing it in a way that fits correctly and comfortably, there are a couple of things to put in place to enjoy your permanent chastity experience. 


This article will focus on safety measures and comfort guidelines you need to take to ensure that your device is clean at all times and your cock healthy and safe while you explore permanent chastity both in the long and short runs. 


How do you find the right fit for your chastity?


Finding the best chastity device can be quite tricky. However, the simple fix is to go for one that fits you perfectly. Nothing beats the fit when it comes to chastity devices – something not too tight or snug, and not rubbing or pinching any part of your cock. For best results, carefully measure your penis and use the dimensions in choosing the cock cage that fits you perfectly.


We have a special guide on how to choose your cock cage – Follow it step by step for measurements. 


A cock cage may fit perfectly at first try, yet, it doesn’t mean it is the right one for you. This is why you should be mindful of how your testicles and penis feel after a period of wearing the cage. Probable red flags include red marks, chafing, catching and rubbing of the cage on your skin, and any other form of pain. Also, watch out for a change in the color or size of your penis or testicles. 


If there are any problems at all, it will most likely be either of the two;


1. The ring is too small


It is common to see men go for cock rings with diameters lesser than what their flaccid penis measures. Perhaps, they believe that a tighter fit can help them withhold erection and orgasm better. But this inconsistency in size, in fact, comes with serious health dangers to the penis. When the ring is too tight, the skin of the penis can be bruised, leaving behind patches of raw, sensitive, and irritated skin. With time, these sites attract infections. 

How to choose cock cage


One of the first red flags of a tight ring is a red imprint on the skin or inadequate blood flow to the penis, which ultimately leads to irregular erections. Discoloration of the penis and testicles – especially blue and purple shades – is also a clear indication that you need a larger cock ring. 


So, the right question is how to tell if the size of a cock ring is right for you? Take note of how comfortable you are when you are wearing the testicles. By comfortable, we mean both of your testicles staying in position. If they do, it means the size is right, and the cage is your perfect fit. Alternatively, you can put the index or middle finger between the ring and your skin. If your fingertip fits into space up to the first joint under the ring, then the fit is right. If not, you have a cock cage that is too tight. 


At Oxy, we provide most of our cages wit all ring sizes, in case you are unsure of your fit. Or you might also start with a chastity training ring and move on with a strict chastity device in the future. 



2. The cage is too long


A cage that is a bit larger than the cock can be a bit more arousing, considering that it allows the keyholder to feed his eyes with your intense reactions to the gradual swelling of your organ, in its quest to get fully erected. Even though you get an additional layer of eroticism in such cases, it takes away the snugger fit a chastity man deserves. 


A cage that is longer than usual makes the cock stinks in the long run. Why? Because a cock cage with the right fit will ensure that the hole or slit at the base of the cage is properly aligned with the urethra. The alignment means urination will not come with discomfort of any form, in addition to avoiding spraying or messing around the place.


In the case of an overly long cage, the urethra doesn’t stay in position. Hence, it doesn’t fit perfectly with the holes of the cage. Ultimately, this messes the bathroom and the cage because not all the urine will be released. The unreleased urine eventually causes infection and chaffing, in addition to some unusual smells despite proper cleaning.


The most important rule in choosing the right cage for you is to go for one that is ½ or ¼ shorter than the length of the penis when it is 100% flaccid.



How do you keep the chastity cage clean?


Now that you have the perfect cock cage, the next thing is to keep it clean at all times. A clean cage comes with a couple of advantages, including the absence of bad odor and the irritation that comes with it. A man wearing a cock cage is expected to shower every day, in addition to cleaning their cage regularly. If the cage is made of stainless steel, chances are it will have sufficient slits, holes, and breathable spaces that facilitate cleaning without detaching from the cock.

Keeping your chastity cage clean

The best way to flush out trapped sweat, urine, or fluids (if any) is to use a mobile shower head, set to very high pressure. In the absence of a mobile shower head, use a spray bottle filled with hot water. Do not use only water – try some Q-tips alongside little body soap when cleaning the penis.


The moisturizing lotion will come handy for people that experience dry skin often. The method of application is the same as the soap, but this time, wash the cage properly with hot water after application.

 After each shower (or contact with water), ensure to dry the cage properly. This will ensure that moisture is not trapped in the cage for long and help you avoid skin rashes, bad odors, and infections. An alternative to sun drying is the use of a hairdryer set on a low, cool setting.



Should you lubricate your cock cage?


Lube comes handy for your first-time installation or reinstallation of a cock cage. There are different lubes. 


However, the most recommended ones are baby oil or water-based lube.  If you use a non-water-based lubes, cleaning will be difficult, and the cage will adhere painfully to the skin. 


Lubricate your cock cage

Every lube application must be followed by a thorough wash using hot water. Note that lube or baby oil is only necessary for the application stage. If you ever have to use lube to make your cage comfortable, it means your cage is ill-fitting. The ideal cock cage should be 100% smooth and comfortable without lubing.


Hygiene after removing the cock cage


A chastity man shouldn’t be in a cage for more than four days at a stretch, after which both the man and the cage undergoes a cleaning session. The keyholder may oversee the cleaning session to ensure that he does not get some pleasure in-between. 


After removing the cage, examine the penis and testicles to ensure that there is no discoloration, bruises, cuts, chaffing, or irritated skin of any form. Such injuries (if any) can be negligible. Hence, it is important to check carefully. 

If you find any unusual developments, consult your doctor immediately. With the cage off, do a thorough cleaning of the penis and the cage. You may combine hot water with antibacterial soap or use Eros Cleaner and similar adult toy cleaners to clean the cage. The man may be interested in trimming or shaving their genitals during this break. This helps to keep the pubic hair out of the way when the cage is on. 


Note that first-time shaving can bring about irritation, redness, and ingrown hairs. These are not entirely strange. If you are a newbie looking to try long-term chastity for the first time, you may need to get used to shaving first before trying the cock cage on. 


What are the permanent effects of chastity?



Several myths and lies have been associated with permanent male chastity. However, there are no health dangers, either long or short term, related to wearing a cock cage for a long time. The only condition is to keep the cage and the penis clean at all times. If you ever feel any form of discomfort, detach the cage immediately. 


Below are some of the myths and incorrect information associated with male chastity;

Effects of Chastity


1. Male chastity and loss of erections 


People tend to believe that erectile dysfunction is a result of wearing a cock cage for a long time, alongside impairment in penis functioning. However, the truth is that there is no medical evidence or confirmations of any of these claims. Likewise, several men have practiced male chastity for years without losing their ability to develop and maintain erections, reach orgasm, or urinate as expected. 


2. Male chastity and nocturnal pains 


It is also believed that severe pains can arise from wearing a cock cage overnight, considering that the penis erects over the night. Again, this is false. In fact, a cock cage,when fitted properly, will not cause any of these. Stomach sleepers, however, have reported minor chaffing caused by the cock cage. Hence, you shouldn’t sleep on your stomach when wearing a cock cage. Also, sleeping without the cage on a few nights in the month can help the penis to experience nocturnal erections, which in turn, facilitate the flow of blood to the penis. 


Nocturnal erection is a natural process where the body stretches the penis – the same way it does to all other muscles. Both parties may discuss the need to uncage the cock for the night if it helps the man.


3. Male chastity and shrinkage of the penis 


Contrary to popular belief, wearing the cock cage for years will not make the testicles or penis shrink. However, in some men, the absence of orgasms or erection for a very long time could lead to the shrinkage of the erectile tissue of the penis – the Corpus Cavernum. If you are afraid and want to avoid this, discuss with your keyholder on ways to have more frequent orgasms or uncaging the cock over the night. 


Avoid Spikes with permanent chastity 


We have debunked a couple of myths about male chastity above. However, a really dangerous aspect of male chastity is the use of spiked chastity devices. You will find specialized spikes in some cock cages. They are also called anti-pullout pins and are specifically inserted into the tube. What this does is that it goes deep and painfully into the penis at the slightest attempt to break out of the cage or achieve an erection by touching himself.  

However, anti-pullout pins are nothing close to safe. In fact, they can damage the penis in most cases because it is practically impossible to prevent the penis from getting erect completely. For example, overnight involuntary erections are unavoidable, even after years of practicing long-term permanent chastity. This is necessary because it maintains blood flow to the genital region – a normal and healthy routine the body must perform. But with the anti-pullout pins in place, such nocturnal involuntary erections will lead to severe pains in the penis. The results of this include serious abrasions, bruises, and cuts. 


For your safety, you should avoid cock cages with spikes or anti-pullout pins. While these may be fun, the health dangers and risks that come with it are really scary.

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Article Written by Jett Oxy for oxy-shop.com. 

Jett is the owner of Oxy-shop.com, a BDSM insider, a sex educator and writer. 

"I always try to explore the confines of the BDSM world and bring valuable insights for new comers joining our adventure" 

Phd in related field, father and business owner, Jett Oxy brings you stories and advices  for educational and entertainment purposes. 


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3 Responses

Santiago
Santiago

January 14, 2020

Tendrán una caja mensual para mujeres sumisas. O artículos para ellas.?

Deviant Kade
Deviant Kade

November 23, 2019

I would have to disagree about Myth #2(MALE CHASTITY AND NOCTURNAL PAINS) : You will always get the nocturnal pains with any ball trap style chastity device as you have nothing keeping the device close to your body. Your balls will be pulled away from your body when these erections happen causing the nocturnal pains and discomfort that will wake you up quite quickly. Yes, after a month or two of 24/7 wear they will be less painful as your body will start to have less angry nocturnal erections but they are still present. The only way to prevent these pains is to wear a full chastity belt so your cage is always close to your body and not trying to pull your balls too far apart. So this statement you made makes it seem that just the idea of nocturnal pains in chastity is a complete myth and that is just wrong.

John
John

November 22, 2019

I placed an order and have not received it?

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