Male Chastity Milking (Three Fun Ways to Do It)

by Sarah on June 28, 2010

To continue from my last post, let’s look at male chastity milking.

One of the presuppositions underpinning the practice is long-term orgasm denial can be harmful to a man because it can cause problems with his prostate gland, including an increased risk of cancer.

This presupposition may or may not be correct, even though like so much else on the Forums and Blogs it’s accepted as Gospel Truth – Everyone Knows you “have” to milk the prostate “at least once a month” and this is the accepted Truth even though there’s: a) no compelling evidence to suggest milking is necessary for good prostate health; or b) that once a month is the ideal frequency.

But perhaps it’s best to err on the side of safety, and since male chastity milking itself can be as pleasurable or humiliating as you want it to be for both of you, then regardless of the health issues you might want to do it anyway.

As always there is more than one way to skin this particular cat, so let’s start simple and work our way up.

First is the easiest and most common way: simply let your man have an orgasm once a month (we may as well use this arbitrary yardstick for the frequency as any other). Some couples might think this is an insufficiently-long period of orgasm denial, and you might be right. But even if milking is necessary for prostate health, then it’s unlikely once every six weeks is going to represent a significantly higher risk than once every four weeks does.

If you’re really unhappy with the thought of allowing or being allowed an orgasm this frequently, then there’s nothing to stop your partner from making sure it’s a ruined orgasm. You’ll get all the health benefits of male chastity milking, if there are any, and add to the frustration at the same time (but if you’ve never been for a month without an orgasm while “enjoying” tease and denial at the hands of your wife or girlfriend, then you probably don’t understand how long that month feels). You can use this with a bit of tease and denial, too.

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