The Male Chastity Lifestyle and How to Make it Fun!

It is my opinion and observation that many couples take the male chastity lifestyle far too seriously. Or, rather, they’re too solemn about it since as British comedian John Cleese once pointed out, the opposite of fun isn’t serious; it’s solemn.

And while I think being serious about how you treat it is perhaps a good thing (after all, having your penis and testicles locked up in, say, a stainless-steel chastity belt is a pretty serious business, as indeed is their health and safety and insisting on regular cleaning and inspection).

But there’s no need to be all po-faced and solemn about it, just as there’s no need to be po-faced an solemn about sex in general. After all, if you look at sex objectively it’s pretty funny, what with all the funny noises and faces you pull, the positions you get into and the wet and slimy squelching.

Looked at like that, it’s nothing short of hilarious – and if we can’t see the funny side, then we’re not going to enjoy that side of our lives very much. When I was a young woman, new to sex, the first time I heard that sudden, rasping escape of air from my nether regions, I wanted to die. I was SO embarrassed. I actually finished with my boyfriend of the time because I was so embarrassed.

But now, some (mumble) years on, I realize it’s actually amusing, something for you both to laugh at.

And the male chastity lifestyle is no different!

For a start, getting a chastity device or belt on is not always quick and easy. It is lovely to imagine you can get him all hot and steamy and quickly slip it onto him with a flick of the wrist, but you’re ignoring some simple laws of physics here. In the same way a square peg won’t go into a round hole, an erect throbbing penis won’t go into a narrow tube without lube, concentration and, as often as not, a few ice-cubes.

And you’ll find the male chastity lifestyle is full of these amusing (if you’ll let them be amusing) little quirks and hiccoughs.

For example, he might find it a solemn occasion when he goes down on his knees and begs you to take his key, but, frankly, it’s actually pretty funny. I don’t mean you’re laughing at him per se but you’re laughing at yourself, the two of you and the whole situation.

And if you’re both being solemn about it and you get the urge to giggle, well… it’s like laughing at a funeral. No one’s happy and it tends to spoil the occasion.

But it won’t if you…

Lighten up and realize the male chastity lifestyle is supposed to be fun!

Serious fun, yes; but fun all the same. And then there are the devices themselves. Some of them actually do look pretty hot. I think the stainless-steel belts like the Tollyboy look fantastic on a man. But some of them look frankly silly when seen objectively, just as sex itself is funny and faintly ridiculous when you’re looking at it dispassionately.

Yet, I think the real danger of allowing solemnity to creep in is when you really want it to be serious and fun, like when he’s starting to get desperate to orgasm and it is, in all truth, becoming difficult for him.

Then you have two choices: be solemn, and get mad at him; or be serious and fun and gently remind him of why you’re both doing this and with love and compassion, coax him through these difficult times.

A little compassion goes a long way in the male chastity lifestyle as it does in every other walk of life. You can be loving and compassionate and keep that sense of serious fun and yet still be strict in your demands. You can have fun and laugh with him rather than at him without having to give in at the first hint of a moan, gripe or complaint.

You can just be YOU

The image of the fire-breathing, aggressive and man-hating dominatrix you must become if you want to live the male chastity lifestyle is a false one, invented by those who know nothing about the reality of this delicious game. It is a fun way to live, and anyone can do it without having to become something they’re not and would never want to be.

Computer Education

Computer literacy in this modern world has become a necessity rather than a prestigious course. Be it that you are in any industry apart from the computer studies it is of high importance to learn how to use the computer in everyday life.I studied computers in school and advanced in college to do a computer course and have realized how much a lot of the professionals in the other areas have missed by not being computer literate.I will mention four good reasons one has to be computer literate in this day.1. Computers will keep you up to date even after leaving school one has to continue studying to keep up with the pace and trends of the different industries, be it an engineer, nurse, or a social worker.2. Research and reference is easier done using the internet and case studies will be readily available such that some are for free thus resources found on the internet, this breaks the barriers of advancement of studies in the modern world.3. Communication barrier is lifted in the computer world because once one has internet connection on the computer it will be come almost for free to communicate with the rest of the world on the internet. People use emails, voice transmission software such as GTalk, Skype to call other people on the internet for free that is breaking communication barriers in all aspects.4.Online publications such a newspapers keep you informed and mostly they are for free than the hard copy that is a paid for one, thus reducing cost of information and making it readily available to everyone who has access to the internet connected computer.It is a very important tool to be computer literate in this modern world and I propose computers should be made compulsory in the education system so that everyone should know their way around computers in the day to day world. It will increase productivity in the industries because imagine before you do what ever task one has to have a research of it to complete the task if we are using computers it will be a very a efficient means of information source and storage.Computers have become an essential source of information hence they are inevitable to the modern world. Computers store information for future reference and easy computations so if we are to learn long time ago we used libraries but now we can have the libraries in the computer. Let’s use the computers to keep up with the trend.Alois T Chanakira is the chairman of ATP technologies a web hosting company www.atptechnology.net. For any domains that you would like to purchase visit their web site.

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