Chastity Belt (BDSM) - Purpose

Purpose

Chastity belts in BDSM are a means for the wearer to surrender control over their sexual behavior by providing a physical barrier that deters sexual intercourse and possibly masturbation. The device is usually worn by the submissive in the relationship, as a way of providing control to the dominant (often referred to as the "keyholder" in this context). This is a part of the wider practice of orgasm denial.

The erotic fantasy associated with chastity belts to give full control of the submissive's sex life to the dominant, so that they may decide when, where, and how often the submissive is allowed sexual release. Some claim it increases submissiveness in men.

It has often been reported that when worn, the chastity belt frequently evokes sexual frustration in the wearer. The constant intimate physical sensation of the belt upon the wearer's body reminds them that they are forbidden sexual pleasure.

Male wearers sometimes reported feelings of femininity or virtual castration that contribute to their fantasy experiences when wearing Florentine-style belts.

Most modern belt designs cannot prevent wearers from physically touching their genitals. In the case of male wearers, most designs cannot prevent wearers from freeing their genitals from captivity for masturbation. Effective masturbation prevention requires design features that incorporate genital piercings or full tight encapsulation of the genital area.

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