>Before I start, I would like to apologize to those who where looking forward to the next installment of SALI mk1 is Born but as was explained in this post I Got A Boo Boo, I am having problems with my right hand. The hand is improving but it is not yet strong enough to continue with building SALI mk1, hopefully that will continue next week until then please enjoy…………………
The picture above shows a commercially available gates of hell. Mine will not look like those and will work a little differently. Basically gates of hell are a chastity device designed to stifle any chance of a full erection and not be removable unless the the penis is totally flaccid. This leaves the wearer in a dilemma, if they are in a state of arousal. They are, at the end of the day a prick teasers perfect tool.
For the next stage I had to get an erection, so it was off to watch some of my favorite F/m Pron. Once the required erection had been gained, the small metal ring was placed on the end of the penis and a measurement was taken from where the scrotum joins the penis to where the small metal ring rested. And no, I am not going to tell you what that measurement was.
The measurement obtained then had 2.5cm deducted from it and the small ring and one of the large rings where joined together, with a shoelace, at this final distance apart, as can be seen in the photograph to the left. this is a distance guide line and will be removed later.
the other three large metal rings are tied into the lace at equal distances with a series of knots between them, adding another lace when the first one reaches it’s end until the series of knots and rings is the same length as the guide length shoe lace. At this point the knotted lace is tied to the small metal ring, as in the photo to the left. The guide length lace was then removed. The knots must be tight to avoid stretching when in use.
One small metal ring = €0.20
Three pairs of 60cm shoe laces from a value pack of eight that cost €2.50 = €0.94
Total cost = €2.14
There is a currency converter at the bottom of the sidebar to the right, for anyone who would find that useful.
It was then placed over my penis and tied around the penis and testes, as shown in the photograph to the left using simple knots and not bows so that it could not be easily removed. The roughness of the knotted shoelaces, contrasting with the cold smoothness of the metal and the weight of the thing caused the start of some arousal without other stimuli. I also then indulged in watching some Pron and resting back and fantasizing in an attempt to reach a state of arousal. As my penis extended it pushed against the smaller metal ring, at the end, pulling the laces around my testes and penis base tight and into my flesh making it impossible to untie the knots, if there was an emergency I would have to cut my way out. At a point that I would describe as beyond a “semi” but not fully erect, the flesh of my penis started to bulge out from between the larger metal rings and the end of my penis was straining hard against the small ring at the end of the device. This seemed to reduce blood flow and my penis started to shrink, at which time the abrasion against the device and my general horniness combined with the return of blood flow caused the erection to start to build again. This happened again and again settling into a regular cycle. I could not untie the device and could find no effective way of masturbating through the metal and laces. After about an hour and a quarter of this I sat totally still for a while and concentrated hard on Jeremy Clarkson, whilst watching an old episode of Top Gear, this caused me to become flaccid enough to untie and remove the device. I have never seen the appeal of such devices before trying it for myself but the arousal, un-arousal, arousal cycle with total denial thrown in was strangely comforting in an uncomfortable sort of way. I do not think that I would want to wear a chastity device for a long time but I can see myself using this again soon and repeatedly for an hour or so at a time. On the whole this was a surprisingly exciting experience and when the device was removed and I was finally able to relieve myself………………, well lets just say that I have had to mop the ceiling. On the whole I would describe this project as a very cheap and very worthwhile success.