Male Chastity Belt – The Pros and Cons of a Full Belt
A full male chastity belt or a small, more convenient cage or tube? That’s the choice men and women have to make once they’ve taken the decision to control and deny the man’s orgasms through male chastity.
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Full male chastity belt – Pros
There’s no denying they’re secure, if you’re prepared to invest in a high-quality one. You can get “off the shelf” models, but there’s no doubt you really do get what you pay for and the hand-made and made to measure belts like the Tollyboy, the Neosteel belts and the formidable Latowski are both incredibly secure and extremely high quality. Generally a full belt is made from surgical-grade stainless steel and finished to a high quality. I suppose it’s possible to get them made from titanium, but I don’t know anyone who’s making one and the price would be horrendous!
I had my husband, John, locked in a Tollyboy for some time and while no device is 100% secure, they’re as secure as anything else on the market. Probably the most secure belt on the market is the Latowski, but you pay for what you get…
A well-made belt is also comfortable and safe to wear, even for long periods of time. I’ve corresponded with men who are kept in very secure male chastity belts for months on end, and then after being released for visual inspection, are locked up again. In other words, their lockup in these belts is to all intents and purposes permanent (as is their orgasm denial, but that’s another thing…).
And finally… there’s the psychological aspects. Many men report a profound feeling of submission when they’re locked in a full male chastity belt, not just because they are no longer in control of their orgasms, but because they can no longer even see their penis. If you’re into male submission, then a full male chastity belt is virtually certain to enhance your experience.
Full male chastity belt – Cons
A full belt is often inconvenient — they can be the very devil to get on and off (not necessarily something that happens often – but it can be a problem if you travel by air frequently); what’s more, if you’re heavily into sports (John is a keen cyclist and also lifts weights), then they can effectively make it impossible unless you take them off. Most designs of male chastity belt are also very sensitive to weight-loss and weight-gain (one reasons I took John out of his Tollyboy and replaced it with a Lori cage is he lost even more weight and it became too small).
Aesthetically — and this is purely my opinion, so you make your own mind up — while there is something sexy and exciting about seeing your man’s penis completely locked away from his access, on balance I prefer to see him in the minimalist confinement of a cage (John has a lovely lean, tanned and muscular body and to me it’s a shame to hide it under steel chastity belt).
In terms of price, a full belt is generally more expensive than a cage or tube, and you should expect to pay anything from $800 or more for a Tollyboy and well over $1,500 for a Latowski. Be prepared to wait, too, because some belt makers — craftsmen, really — have a waiting list of several months. It can be tricky measuring yourself, too, because there are many measurements to make and they all have to be just right.
On the other hand, a Lori cage isn’t cheap and there’s a waiting list for those, too, so perhaps this isn’t such a big consideration. However there are fewer measurements to make (just 3) and they’re much easier to take, too.
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