Tips about Wearing Chastity Cages

1. What should I do if I experience discomfort or pain while wearing the chastity device?

If you experience discomfort or pain while wearing the chastity device, it is crucial to prioritize your health and well-being. Begin by removing the device immediately and carefully inspecting yourself for any signs of abrasions or irritation. Allow any affected areas time to heal before considering reapplying the device or exploring alternative styles that may be more suitable for you. Remember, there is no shame in prioritizing your health - removing the chastity device for medical reasons is not uncommon, and even experienced individuals may regularly remove the device for cleaning and inspection purposes. Your safety and comfort should always come first.

2. How do I lock the chastity device in place and hand over the keys?

To lock a chastity device in place and hand over the keys, first, familiarize yourself with the locking mechanism of the device. Practice locking and unlocking it before wearing it to ensure a smoother experience. Most chastity devices come with an integrated locking system. Place the lock onto the key, then insert it through the ring and cage once they are properly aligned. Turn the key to secure the lock in place. In the case of devices with a separate padlock, unlock the padlock, align the device, hook it through, and click the locking pin into place. Once the device is locked securely, hand over the keys to your designated Keyholder or store them in a safe place. Regular cleaning and maintenance are essential for the chastity experience. Check for any signs of discomfort such as pinching or bruising. Chastity is intended to prevent erections and create frustration, so it should not cause pain. If you experience any discomfort, remove the device immediately, inspect yourself, and allow any abrasions to heal before considering reapplying the device or trying a different style. Remember, there is no shame in removing the device for health or medical reasons. Even experienced individuals often remove their devices for cleaning and inspection purposes. Prioritize your well-being and choose what is best for your comfort and safety.

3. How do I attach the cage of the chastity device?

To attach the cage of a chastity device, carefully slide your flaccid penis into the cage to ensure comfort and avoid pinching. Some devices may come with spacers that can be placed over the locking pins to adjust the cage to a personalized fit. If unsure about spacer size, begin with the largest and gradually work down to find the most comfortable distance. Certain devices, like the S80 model, do not include spacers but have locking pins that attach directly to the back ring. These pins serve to guide the cage into the correct position. Align the guide pins with the holes on the back ring and gently move the cage towards your body until it securely rests in place. Remember to follow any specific instructions provided with your particular chastity device for optimal attachment.

4. How do I attach the base ring of the chastity device properly?

To properly attach the base ring of a chastity device, first, slide the base/back ring over your shaft and balls so that it is snug against your body. It is important to take your time during this process and use lubrication to ensure a smooth glide into place. A slow and steady approach is recommended, gently pulling each testicle through one at a time. To assist with this, you can first pull your scrotum skin through the ring slowly. Additionally, bending your flaccid penis downwards can help guide it through the ring, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit.

5. How should I prepare and groom myself before putting on a chastity device?

To prepare and groom yourself before wearing a chastity device, it's essential to take certain steps. Instead of completely removing hair, which can lead to irritation, opt for trimming your pubic hair to a short length. This will help prevent hair from getting caught up in the device while minimizing the risk of skin irritation. Additionally, keeping the hair short allows for better visibility to monitor any potential issues like pinching or bruising caused by the chastity device.