How Long Can I Wear A Chastity Device For?
- The length of time one can wear a chastity device varies based on the type of device and personal comfort.
- Medieval chastity equipment with spikes and metals is not suitable for long-term wear. The goal is to keep the skin of the genitalia intact, safe, and supple.
- Be sure to check your device is smooth with no chips or burrs that may catch the skin.
- Devices from the brand CB (“blockers”) were discussed:
- One device has a solid with a seam on top that could irritate and pinch the skin. This type is better for short-term use.
- Other devices can be more open and airy, recommended for uncut individuals. This design allows for better ventilation and easier cleaning.
- Removing your device daily is advised to clean the penis and the device. If there’s irritation, redness, or other issues with the skin, it’s essential to remove the device and allow the skin to heal.
- Applying a barrier cream, like Sudocrem, can help reduce chaffing and irritation to the skin.
- Some chastity devices are made of softer plastic or plastic that molds to the body, reducing the chance of irritation.
- Chastity doesn’t necessarily require a device. It can be a mental commitment or symbolized by something as simple as a string around a finger.
- Ensure chastity devices don’t restrict blood flow to the penis or testicles.
Does Chastity Make Your Penis Smaller?
- It is a common myth that chastity devices make the penis smaller.
- The penis has inflatable chambers for erection, and the suspensory ligament helps keep it vertical when erect.
- Short chastity devices can cause erections to push the penis backward, possibly stretching the suspensory ligament. This could make the penis appear more recessed but doesn’t reduce its actual size.
- Long-term chastity doesn’t change the penis’s shape, volume, or erection capability. It might affect ligament positioning, making the penis look smaller. However, the ability to achieve an erection remains unchanged.