Author Topic: Best chastity story ever?  (Read 4911 times)

Offline hattfot

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Best chastity story ever?
« on: June 17, 2022, 06:46:59 am »
My absolute favourite story involving chastity belts are "The trill of the chaste"
I think I have read it maybe 10 times.
I can't seem to find any other stories from this author, has anyone else found some?

Offline icy

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Re: Best chastity story ever?
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2022, 08:02:35 am »
It's a great story indeed. But I wouldn't say it's the best. There are too many great stories to say which one is best. ;)

Offline jakbird

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Re: Best chastity story ever?
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2022, 08:25:53 pm »
After reading the story I'm curious as to what makes tit so appealing?  Not a criticism, it's well-written.  Rather, I'm interested in the particulars that make the story stand out.  Is it one of the traditional values associated with a chastity belt?  Denial, loss of control, granting sexual responsibility to someone else?

Anyone familiar with my stories knows the female chastity belt is a common theme.  Myself, I suppose I'm at the opposite end of the spectrum from anyone choosing to wear a belt.  As an unrepentant control freak and self-admitted male chauvinist pig (remember that old term?) my personal preference is to impose a belt on the victim, be it consensual or otherwise.  I should include a little paternalism in the mix, since I am always right and I do know what's best.

I'm fascinated by the point of view of the wearer.  My ambition is to capture, in stories, the thoughts and emotions that must come with the click of the lock and absence of a key.  Being solidly in the dominant male category I have a good idea of the keyholder point of view, especially the need for control (can't ever get enough of it) and the sense of possession that comes with enforced exclusivity.

So what are the corresponding motivations?  How does that story touch on them, and how accurately are they represented?  Inquiring minds want to know....
Tell me, O muse, of that ingenious hero who travelled far and wide


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