This one is for the uncut girls who are first getting into long-term chastity. Here at SissyLover, we of course want you to be able to stay in your chastity cage as long as possible, so it’s in our interest to help you as much as we can!
So, you’ve bought your first chastity device, but you’ve noticed something: the tip of your foreskin is poking out of its new prison, and it is sensitive—more than usual. Anything rubbing against the little piece of exposed skin sends shivers up your spine, and not the good kind. What is a girl to do?
Well, this guide is for you. Here’s a quick, time-tested fix: Tissue Paper.
First, Tear off a square of tissue. If you’re using toilet tissue, you’ll want to use about ⅓ of a sheet. Then fold it so it’ll fit through the hole in your cage.
Pull your cage forward a little to create some space between your foreskin and the end of the cage, and push the folded tissue through the hole with a finger. If you need to get it out, then you should be able to easily hook it out with any thin object – if you have access to your chastity keys, then they might be the perfect shape for this!
Don’t forget to take out the tissue before you go to the bathroom, and DEFINITELY don’t leave the same piece of tissue in for more than 12 hours – you don’t want to get an infection.
If the toilet tissue method doesn’t work for you, then don’t be afraid to experiment with other ideas. In a pinch, I’ve used tape to quickly cover up the end of my cage when it’s been causing me problems.
And there you have it! A simple guide that will help you stay in chastity a little longer, sissy – and that can only ever be a good thing. If you have any smart tips of your own, why not share them with us by commenting below!