Things I don’t like about being locked.

For those of you considering chastity cages for yourselves or for your partners I have already talked a little cleanliness and how much being locked has changed my sex life. There are some things though that I don’t like about being locked.

Chaffing is a real problem. Especially around the balls and under the shaft. If you’re going to be locked for a long time, then you have to pay really close attention to the cage and make sure you get a really good fit to avoid it. Baby oil or coconut oil are very helpful but some discomfort is impossible to avoid especially at the gym.

Grabby guys. The cages can pinch and if somebody decides to grab you then you could be in for a shock. Most guys don’t know what to do with a chastity cage. One jerk I hooked up with latched on to it and was pulling hard on the cage. I had to raise my voice and give him a firm command to STOP. Common sense, unfortunately, can be rare.

Design flaws. I will be doing a more in-depth¬†review of my three cages later in the month but for now, my experience is that the two cages I have worn have had some serious design flaws. Badly located mold lines, sharp edges, lack of size variation and overly complex shapes all mean that there is no “perfect” cage. Dicks vary but cages at the moment do not.

I can’t Top. Yes I’m a bottom but I do occasionally like to smash the back porch out of a twink and I can’t do that anymore.

2 thoughts on “Things I don’t like about being locked.

  • June 15, 2019 at 1:26 pm
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    one word “Awesome” unfortunately common sense is not as common as we thought. Some great points you make in this post. Continue to enjoy as much as I love to enjoy reading about this adventure. Much love and Peace babe XXX

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  • July 3, 2019 at 6:59 am
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    Hi
    fan of the underwear/
    More vids of the bikini underwear close ups front and back please?
    Regards

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