Sarah... you rock! (his words, not mine)

by Sarah on January 10, 2012

I had a wonderful email yesterday. I mean, truly. It was probably the nicest and most heartwarming email I’ve ever had from anyone since I began the blog.

I won’t include it all here, because it was quite long, and I want to give it a better treatment when I get more time, as it’s got some very important lessons in it.

He begins:

Hi Sarah, my wife and I are fairly new to the world of male chastity and we are thinking about getting your Be Careful What you Wish for book, but I was wondering if I could ask a couple of questions first because the last book we got nearly sunk the whole endeavor, please allow me to explain” ~ JG

And then he does explain. It’s no surprise she freaked, really. Suffice it to say she came across the typical nonsense that seems to go with the territory:

She told me that she had married a man and she didn’t want to be in charge of leading our marriage, she wanted to feel taken care of. I asked her what she meant and she opened the book and showed me where it described, in detail, how to dress me as a baby, dress me in women’s clothes, and have me literally, and I do mean literally, worship her as a female goddess”

Well, after a bit of going back‐and‐forth, and sending him the link to my free Tease and Denial book, which he’d misplaced, he finally came back with:

I either didn’t get the welcome email or accidentally erased it, but this is EXACTLY the kind of thing we are looking for. I just glimpsed at is as I don’t want to ruin the surprise, but you rock! I will get it to my wife ASAP. I am still going to purchase BCWYWF today, but this is a huge help! Thank you so much!”

And he did, indeed, download Be Careful — http://www.malechastityblog.com/bcwywf — a few minutes later.

I feel very moved by this, and I don’t mind admitting it.

I get a lot of complimentary emails about my work, but when it makes such a profound difference to people… well, then it’s worth all the hassle I put up with from the pink‐frilly‐panty wearers out there.

I just want to say what I said to JG: if you find all that sissy‐stuff repellent and NOT what you are looking for… then you are NOT alone. I can promise you that and Be Careful was written with people like you in mind.

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