You are new to the chastity world and wonder how a chastity cage is supposed to be put on? I was in that exact same situation not so long ago, and now that I have some experience I decided to write this guide to help you with that. I can assure you, it’s not rocket science. Keep reading in order to learn how to put on a chastity cage.
The process of putting a chastity cage on consists of three steps:
- Putting the base ring on.
- Putting the cage on.
- Locking the chastity cage.
The penis must be soft when putting the chastity cage on. If it is not, it will be impossible to put on both the base ring and the cage. At the end of this guide, I will give you some tips that will help you (or your sub, if you are keyholder) get soft if you are having some trouble with this process because of hard-ons.
Put the base ring on
The first step is putting on the base ring of the device. This process varies depending on the type of base ring.
If it’s a hinged base ring
If the base ring of the device is a hinged ring, open the base ring as much as needed and insert both the shaft and the testicles through it. Then, close the base ring. Be careful not to pinch the skin when closing it.
If it’s a solid base ring
If the base ring of the device is solid, pull some scrotum skin through the ring, and then guide each testicle through, one at a time. Do this very gently and carefully. Then, pull the shaft through the ring by bending it downwards. Pull the ring until it’s resting snugly against your/your sub’s body.
TIP: Use some lube in order to make this process easier, and to avoid chaffing once the cage is put on.
Put the cage on
The second step is putting the cage of the device on. This process varies depending on the type of cage.
TIP: Apply some lube on the shaft in order to make this process easier.
If the chastity cage does not have an urethral tube
If the chastity cage doesn’t have an urethral tube, slide the cage over the penis, until the guide pins are inside the holes of the base ring designated for them to get in.
If the chastity cage has an urethral tube
If the chastity cage has an urethral tube, detach the urethral tube and apply some lube on it, as well as on the opening of the urethra. Insert the tube into the urethra, until its extreme (where the screw thread is) is touching the glans. Then, slide cage over the shaft. When the cage is placed properly, with the guide pins inside of the holes of the base ring, you will see that the screw thread is sticking out of a hole at the tip of the cage. Take the head of the thread and screw it on the latter.
Lock the chastity cage
The last step is locking the device. Depending on the design of the chastity cage, this process will be done one way or another.
If the cage counts with its own integrated locking system
If the chastity cage has an integrated locking mechanism, insert the key in it, slide it through the hole at the top of the device and turn the key. Then, take it out of the locking mechanism.
If the cage does not have an integrated locking system
If the chastity cage doesn’t have an integrated locking system, but has to be locked by a separated padlock, unlock the latter and simply slide it through the hole of the part that’s on the top of the base ring. Then, lock it.
Can’t put the chastity cage on because of unwanted erections?
Those who are new to the chastity world will get erections when trying to put their cage on (or having it put on) for the first time. And for the second time, too. And for the third. That’s a fact. But, don’t worry; after some time, this will rarely be an issue.
Here are some things that can be done in order to get rid of an erection quickly:
- Standing still or walking for a minute or two. This will allow the blood that’s on the shaft to flow and the latter will get soft.
- Pouring some ice cold water down there.
- Replying to text messages.
- Doing some chores.
- Watching a TV series.
When the penis is soft, try to put the cage on as quickly as possible, but make sure you don’t rush too much because it could lead to painful accidents.