Male Chastity

Male Chastity Gear and Devices

Male chastity is a very intimate form of sexual play where the one who’s in the chastity device, relinquishes his power to their keyholder – for any given amount of time. His power to arousal, erections, orgasms, and all other forms of sexual play – even just…touching himself. Leaving him no longer in control of his orgasms and other sexual urges.

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Chastity FAQ's

What Materials Are Available?

Male chastity devices are available in a variety of materials, with the most popular being soft silicone rubber, hard Perspex, and stainless steel, and each has their own advantages and disadvantages. The soft silicone rubber variety are very comfortable to wear and are slightly stretchy. However, because of this, they tend not to instil a feeling of helplessness that should go with chastity. The Perspex variety, being a hard plastic are a halfway house, being sturdier and more unforgiving, but still not as imposing as the strong steel type. The polymer types of device are usually all-enclosing, so that the penis is hidden away, further adding to emasculation and are available in a range of colours. Cleaning the polymer type is usually a matter of washing them in lots of hot, soapy water and rinsing them in clean water. This should be sufficient to keep any build-up of unhygienic bacteria on the cage. Both plastic types are available in an array of colours, which can be matched to suit the attire that you may be wearing.

The stainless-steel type of cage chastity device is hard, initially cold, and have no give in them, so they really do have an extra imposing feel about them. Steel devices are based on a cage made from strong bar materials. Because they are a stainless material, they tend to be more hygienic and easier to clean than the plastic ones, and can even be boiled in water to make them completely clean and germ free. This is important if the device is going to be worn for a longer period of time, as grime can build up.

Steel cages can be kept in this way for many years, but the polymer variety will start to degrade eventually, and it is recommended that these be replaced periodically to ensure that they remain in the best condition possible.

What Size Tubes Are Available?

The cage type chastity devices come in different sizes so that you can choose the one that is right for you. When selecting one, you need to consider a number of factors.

The cage should always touch the penis from shaft to head, but not too close so as to be uncomfortable. You may be caging your penis for twenty-four hours a day, for several days in a row, you need to have a tube size that lets your penis function normally – albeit without an erection - and allows you to go about your life without unnecessary discomfort. While most polymer devices are only available in one diameter size, they can be supplied in either short cage or long cage versions, so are able to accommodate most penis sizes. A short cage version may have a tube length of 48mm, while a long cage version could have a tube length of 60mm. The inside diameter is usually the same for both types.

Larger devices are available and the black caterpilar chastity device has a cage length of 110mm, and internal diameter that varies between 36 and 56 mm. This device is a segmented cage design that allows easy fitting but prohibits interference with the subject's penis. If you are interested in a wider fit, a Holy Trainer chastity device, with a diameter of 45mm might be less of a squeeze.

If you are worried about the constriction of a steel or hard plastic cage, you could always start off with a highly pliable soft body chastity cage. Made of very forgiving lightweight polymer, these are soft enough so as not to hurt if the fit is a little tight, so it is able to expand to make the fit comfortable, but not soft enough to allow a submissive partner to attain an erection.

Taking the constriction element to less of an extreme, if you want your slave to experience a feeling or helplessness but without being constricted, you could always choose a locking pouch sack. This soft leather bag secures around the base of the cock to prevent removal and delivers comfort with restriction. It isn't hard Chasity but it can still deliver.

What Is a Back Ring?

A back ring is the part of a chastity device that secures the device to the user and prevents it being taken off easily. Male chastity devices are not usually one part, but are composed of two main parts that join together to form the completed device. These two parts are identified as the tube and the back ring. The back ring becomes a part that anchors the tube to the penis.

The back ring typically locates behind the penis and testicles and encompasses the whole lot in one go. To be effective and not allow easy removal of the chastity device, the back ring must be a good snug fit, but not essentially deliver pain, though this can be an option.

On most products, the back ring can be either a fixed-size or have a selection of interchangeable rings that prevents release while still allowing blood to flow to the penis. Back rings are generally available in standard sizes, such as 40mm, 45mm, and 50mm. The perfect ring should fit comfortably around the base of the penis and testicles without being uncomfortable. To be able to do this you need to be able to measure the circumference of this area and determine which size will give the best combination of fit and security. The best way to be able to achieve this to make a good measurement.

Measuring the area at the base of the penis and testicles involves using a soft tape measure to encompass circumference while holding the penis and testicles in one hand and out of the way- you may need your partner to help with this part. You then need to divide the measurement by the factor 3.14 to get the diameter. For example:

  • If the measured circumference is around 160mm, then divide this by 3.14 and round it down to get 50mm diameter. This means that you are most suited to a 50mm back ring.
  • If the measured circumference is smaller at around 125mm, then divide this by 3.14 and round it down to get 40mm diameter. This means that you are most suited to a 40mm back ring.
  • The ‘standard' sized ring is 4.5mm, which fits a penis and testicles circumference of around 145mm.

With this measurement complete, you should then select a chastity device that meets the right size, or comes with a selection of rings in that include your particular size.

Back rings come in three basic fitting types: Basic ring, hinged, and padlocked. The basic ring is a solid ring that slips over the penis and testicles to fit snuggly behind them both. The hinged ring has a snap-fitting, while the padlocked variety is hinged and locked in place with a small lock once it has been closed. A slight variation of this might be the spider web device which incorporates a hand-cuff style locking mechanism, that is released with a key.

Of these fitting styles, the padlock type is probably the best for beginners, but has the disadvantages of possibly catching on clothes. The hinged back ring allows easy installation, but could be removed by the user. The solid ring is used by seasoned user, and needs care when fitting it.

What Are the Different Back ring Options?

Many of our chastity devices are available with a range of fitting rings, so you can find the most comfortable size for you. The back ring is designed to fit snuggly around the base of your cock so that it anchors with your whole genitals captured within it, making it the main feature for holding the cage in place. Obviously, the fitting of this ring is essential for comfort and so as not to create too much discomfort.

The silicone cock cage is perhaps one of the most comfortable chastity devices you can ever wear. The material is flexible and with a high degree of give in it, so when it fits tightly around your penis, and the soft, smooth components allow you to wear the cage long term. Since the silicone is easy to manipulate, you will not have any adjustment problems with your sex toy. Silicone back rings can fit quite tightly around the base of the penis, ensuring that the cage cannot be easily removed, but also adding to the experience by instilling a high degree of helplessness.

The material type will impact the time that it takes you to get used to wearing the device. Of course, anything like this is going to take some getting used to, and the bigger and more invasive it is, the longer that is likely to take. This is another reason to start with a simple, pliable silicone device so that you can become comfortable with the concept and operation before moving on to something larger and more intrusive. You should also consider how long you intend to wear your device; a pliable silicone type will be more comfortable over a longer period of time than a steel one, so choose wisely before locking it on.

Material. Usually, the back ring is composed of the same material as the rest of the chastity device, but there are some exceptions, such as, once again, the vented silicone male chastity device in black comes with a steel back ring making it a combination of materials.

Locking mechanism. There are an array of different mechanism types so you can select the best way to fit your device. Common methods involve a snap-together ring that has aligning hole through which a padlock can be fitted. This is a quick and convenient way of securing the back ring, but tends to be one-size fits all. For this reason, there are an array of backing ring sizes available on many products. If you fancy something a little different, there is a growing trend for handcuff-type ratchet fittings that can be done up simply by snapping it together, but require a key to undo them. The beauty of this type of fitting is that the back ring can be adjusted in size by increments, making it a more secure and comfortable fit.

What are the Different Back-ring sizes?

This will depend entirely on the size of your member and how tight you – or your dominant partner – wants it to be. Even with the right dimensions, the design of an individual cage can compromise comfort and fit, and too tight can be dangerous as well as highly uncomfortable. Most men who are fully caged have to buy several devices and do everything right for their cage before they find the right fit for them.

The back-ring is the part of the device that effectively anchors it in place, and stops it being pulled off. This is the part that usually includes some kind of locking mechanism – sometimes as simple as a padlock that locates through aligning holes – to connect and make it a snug fit, and that is one of the main factors that you should be considering when selecting a chastity device. The three main factors that you need to consider when looking for a suitable back-ring are:

Back ring size: Not all chastity devices are available with a range of back rings, but many of them have number of fitting options to make them comfortable. The back ring secures around the base of your cock, encapsulating that and your balls within it. Because this diameter may vary from person to person, it is always a good idea to get a device with a range of back ring sizes to make it secure but comfortable. The different back rings can be quickly and easily swapped out so that you can find the best one that gives you the best of fit with proper security. Back ring sizes include imperial sizes 1.5‘‘ 1.75‘‘ 1.875‘‘ 2‘‘ and 2.25”, or metric sizes 3.8cm, 4.1cm, 4.6cm, 4.8cm, and 5.0cm. Furthermore, the vented silicone male chastity device in black comes with an adjustable back ring that can expand between 38mm, 41mm, and 44mm.

Because chastity cage rings are so important, it is crucial to get one that fits you perfectly. A good, stable, safe and secure back ring with locking pins is the ideal starting point. Of course, having a range of back rings gives the dominant partner the opportunity to increase discomfort by selecting a replacement ring that might be slightly small for the wearer, as an added bonus.

Urethral and standard differences

Many of our chastity devices are fitted with extra parts that allow a bit of urethral play along with the feeling of containment both inside and out. Urethral devices typically have an integral central stem that can be inserted into the penis during fitting of the chastity unit so that it is fully in place by the time the back ring is snapped shut. In this way, the urethral pin is always in place and cannot be removed all the time that the device is worn.

Different devices deal with this in different ways, but those with the urethral pin are usually always steel cage devices, rather than polymer ones. Also typical is the fact that the urethral insert also acts as a catheter and has a central hole to allow urination as required, so that the device can be worn for long periods of time – possibly even days – without discomfort. Polycarbonate devices tend to come equipped with holes in the end to cater for the passing of urine instead. With devices such as The Penetrator, the urethral device is a relatively short steel tube at 70mm, though with an impressive 8mm outside diameter, but some, such as the tube may be longer flexible polymer tubing with stainless steel ends. The insert is always of rounded form so as not to cause pain when pushed into the urethra.

Many devices of this nature have urethral inserts that can be fitted or removed independent of the cage being secured around the penis. These devices include The Captus, which has an easily removable urethral tube, allowing it to be left out or fitted at the whim of your dominant partner. Other devices go even further and allow the complete removal of the entire end of the cage and urethral device in one, so that it can be either fully enclosed or open at the end.

Devices such as the Satan's Ring cage has been highly engineered to include a grub screw to hold the urethral pin in place so that it can be adjusted in length with a high degree of accuracy. By using the locking screw, the urethral pin can be set in place anywhere from the very tip of the glans right down to its full length of 150mm, so that it is seated deep within the penis. This too has a hollow pin so that urination can still take place as needed, and the cage can be worn for extended periods of time.

Cage devices are available in many styles and sizes and it may take some time and experimentation to find the right one – or range of devices – that suit your needs and purposes.

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