“For more than fifteen years I have explored the idea of enforced male chastity. My exploration started on the Web in the mid 90’s. My first discovery was altairboy’s site. At the time it was filled with how-to guides for homemade male chastity devices, fictional accounts of enforced chastity scenarios, and posts by people who spent their time devising ways to escape from various devices. Still, the idea of Mrs. Lion controlling my favorite toy was a very arousing idea. How odd is that? Giving someone the ability to prevent me from enjoying sex is exciting.”
Those were Lion’s first words here on the blog, three years ago today. Unbeknownst to me, he started a blog about male chastity. He may have told me in passing, but I didn’t really know until a reader asked him a question that seemed more up my alley than his. I didn’t contribute my first words until March 26, 2014. For a while I wrote sporadically. Something Lion wrote about needed to be addressed from my point of view. A reader asked Lion to ask me a question. Finally, I jumped into the every day cycle on May 16, 2014. Kicking and screaming, as I recall. After all, what did I have to write about on a daily basis?
Sometimes it is a struggle to come up with ideas. I largely report the news. When did Lion have his orgasm, how many times did I edge him, we tried something new last night, etc. When one of us is sick or Lion has sore spots, I have a hard time with a post. I’m the play by play person. If there’s no play, there’s no idea. Lion can complain about not having any idea for a post, go into his office and emerge with an elaborate post. I guess he’s the color guy, if you want to stick to sports analogies. He can pull something out of his past and he’s off and running. It’s not as easy for me.
I don’t think either of us imagined we’d still be doing enforced chastity for over three years. There’s no way I would have told you we’d still be writing the blog. But you know what? I think we’re still doing enforced chastity for over three years because of the blog. It helps with communication. I know it sometimes doesn’t look like we talk to each other at all. One of us, usually me, runs off and gets all bent out of shape about something we misunderstood. It took me a long time to figure out that, when Lion writes a post about a particular way of doing things, he doesn’t mean that I’m doing it wrong. I still think that at first, but I don’t get bent out of shape. Much.
I’m looking forward to the next three years of blogging. Maybe, at some point, I’ll be able to pull posts out of thin air like Lion does. Maybe I’ll be the color guy. It doesn’t really matter. As long as we continue to communicate.