In my previous post, I referenced a blog that I had gotten a lot of inspiration from early in my journey into male chastity. It was called quite simply the “Male Chastity Blog.”
The link is a bit useless here, because I have recently discovered that the site is completely down! 🙁
Turns out I was mistaken on this blog being “completely down.” There have been no updates to it in well over a year and when I tried it several times while writing about it, the link went nowhere, so I assumed it was dead. But it does work now, and all original content is still there. I stand by my statements below recommending this blog as well as the e-book “Be Careful What You Wish For” for anyone trying to get some good information to get started in male chastity.
*New Update: The site seems to be up & down at random times.. I have no affiliation with it other than as a previous customer, so I can make no guarantees that anybody will ever be able to access this URL!
It was written by a woman named Sarah Jameson (a pen name, I am quite sure). Sarah wrote an excellent description of keeping her husband John locked in male chastity for extended periods. She had a very straight-forward writing style that would immediately draw you in.
Sarah also wrote and sold an e-book, “Be Careful What You Wish For: The Ultimate Guide to Male Chastity.” I got in on this towards the beginning, when it was relatively cheap. I know she had a couple pretty big price increases once she saw how popular it became! “Be Careful What You Wish For” gave an excellent view into male chastity from a key-holder’s perspective. It gave all kinds of tips and tricks for anyone just getting started with it, all the way to the more experienced practitioners. I’m not sure but what it may still be on Amazon, but I do highly recommend this book for anyone is looking for good, sensible information on male chastity! I gave a copy to my wife, and I know she found a few things useful; I’m just not 100% sure if she managed to find time to read it all the way to the end or not.
Aside from the book (which I would hope should still be readily available!) it is sad that the “Male Chastity Blog” is no longer in existence, but I suppose that’s what happens these days on the internet! May it rest in peace!