I want to get a few things off my mind. This blog was created to allow Mrs. Lion and I the opportunity to share our experiences around enforced chastity and associated activities. It was my idea, well actually all of it was my idea. Mrs. Lion agreed because she loves me and wants me to be happy. Heaven only knows what she really thinks of all this. You are here because you share this interest or you are curious. That much is obvious. But why a blog?
Many people create blogs because they are very easy to do and require no particular technical knowledge to create. Thanks to WordPress and Google (blogger.com), both the software and the platform to run it are free and easily available. That, however, is not why I chose a blog. Male Chastity Journal is not located on a WordPress or Google server. It is on one that I own. I do run WordPress software and like it very much. However, I didn’t choose a blog because it was technically easy to do. I chose it because it is a unique, two-way form of communication. I could have as easily created a standard web site. I’ve built many others.
Most of our readers get to us through Google and other search engines. Very few start on our home page. Most are taken to a particular post or page. Hopefully, they choose to stay and read other material on our site. About 25% come back each day to see what we are doing. Actually, it could be more than that, but my limited ability to analyze our traffic, confirms 25%.
The reason this is a blog is because I wanted to create a journal; a document that would share the good and bad moments, the things we learn as well as knowledge we may have that could help others. Besides allowing us to chronicle our adventures, the blog makes it easy for readers to share with comments or to send us email directly (contact us). It was my hope that we could have a valuable dialog with our readers.
To some extent this has happened. A few of our regular readers have offered insights and opinions that I think have made our blog more interesting and helpful. I had no illusions that we would have a lot of contributions. Normally, only one or two of a thousand readers will comment. That’s really too bad. I love reading comments. It brings the blog to life. That’s why I decided to write this post. If you are reading it, chances are that you are a regular visitor. I just want to take this opportunity to invite you to let us know about you and your interest in enforced chastity. Of course, you don’t have to. You are most welcome to read without contributing. But if you are so inclined, we would love to hear from you.