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Chastity cages: Alternative uses

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williamportor
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While male chastity is a fast growing trend among married partners and bf /gf couples, there are 2 other areas where the cage is being used. 

Teenage contraception - A condom can be removed in the heat of passion, but a young man has almost no chance of impregnating his girlfriend while locked securely in a chastity cage. (See amusing attached photo) With all the locked up males in the world, one doesn't need to be a math whiz to imagine that at least a few of these are teenagers locked at the behest of mothers, aunt's or other female authority figures.

Marriage and relationship counselors - I work in the healthcare industry, and heard from at least 2 MFT counselors that at least one overly aggressive and/or disrespectful husband was locked in a cage upon their advise. I can't confirm this of course, but was a bit surprised to hear it mentioned.  

Just looking for options here: Will these 2 areas see the kind of slow but steady acceptance of the male chastity cage, as in married partners and bf /gf couples??  

 

 

 

 

 
Posted : 14/05/2021 2:06 am
Effort, LocknKey, Effort and 3 people reacted
Effort
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I think point 2 would likely to start to happen if there was some research done and published in a recognized journal.

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Posted : 14/05/2021 3:34 pm
RaucousBlues
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A cage has a role when you:

  • are 50 something,
  • a bit out of shape,
  • generally knackered from being a sleep deprived dad for too long,
  • far too settled down and laced with oestrogen, and
  • far too habituated and deeply stuck in a rut with your partner.

Then a cage is great way to hide erectile dysfunction whilst have some kind of sexual role instead of another fake headache

 
Posted : 15/05/2021 9:23 pm
Emma
 Emma
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I think point two would make many marriage and family counselors obsolete or certainly make their treatment more effective. 

 
Posted : 16/05/2021 1:57 am
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true42
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Posted by: @evolvingyourman_ivcr4j

I think point two would make many marriage and family counselors obsolete or certainly make their treatment more effective. 

No kidding. I was an "OK" husband before chastity, but now I'm currently working on winning an Oscar / Emmy / Grammy / Nobel prize for "most improved husband" and "absolutely best possible husband".

I'm shockingly motivated. And I thought I'd get used to this and it would die down, but it just keeps getting stronger.

 
Posted : 17/05/2021 3:23 pm
Emma
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@true42

That really does seem to be the case and it for no lack of trying before the cage. You wanted to be the best husband but the cage redirects your energy to the point that your whole being needs to be the best husband. Curious indeed!

 
Posted : 17/05/2021 4:30 pm
williamportor, true42, williamportor and 3 people reacted

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