For as long as I’ve been reading about chastity play, I’ve run across the complaints from women who don’t know what to do with their partners once they are finally wearing a device. In the past, I’ve written a lot about how it’s important for men to give your body time to adapt to wearing a chastity device. Now I see that it’s just as important for men to give yourself time to adjust emotionally.
Here’s a conversation about this with Lady M. If you’re new to chastity, or still having some issues dealing with denial, take a few minutes to read through the post, and maybe you’ll gain some insights on how to cope – whether you’re the keyholder or the holdee.
[The following is a He Said, She Said featuring, one of my favorite bloggers, Tom Allen. Please take time (after you read my blog! Haha) to visit Tom’s blog. He’s a very experienced man with plenty to say on sexual intimacy and relationships, as well as some of the kinky stuff. Thanks Tom for taking time to write with me! ]
Lady M: Every so often, on my favorite Male Chastity forums, a specific subject comes up. Those guys that are relatively new to chastity and have managed to get their gf, wife or partner into it, run into a road block. It goes a little something like this: A guy wants his woman to take control, he finally gets his otherwise vanilla girl to agree to chastity & gives her the key. He then starts to freak out because he can’t get a hold of his…
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