Ten Rules for Being Human

by Sarah on May 30, 2011

I get a lot of questions about male chastity.

I mean lots.

Dozens every single day.

And one thing thing they all have in common is they all want an answer.

I’m not being glib or facetious here because not all of them are of the silly “how can I get my wife to lock me in the cellar while she cuckolds me with her young stud?” kind.

I get questions about sexual positions and tease and denial (often from men pretending to be women because they want a cheap thrill from me. Bad news, I’m afraid: I don’t get into one-to-one discussions of a sexual nature with anyone I don’t know).

I get questions about spirituality, religion and how they relate to male chastity.

The answer is I have no idea and, further, I’m not interested. John and I are lifelong atheists (and we have better sex, it seems), and if you want to talk about your “spirit” or “soul first define what it is and show evidence we have one… and then we might have something to talk about.

And I get questions about the practicalities of male chastity, relationships, and all sorts of interesting bits and pieces.

These I like, because it shows people are thinking for themselves.

Although… I don’t claim to have all the answers.

There perhaps aren’t any. And I haven’t seen the whole human experience summed up better than it is here.

I tend to agree with these, with the exception of #7. I don’t see how anyone can know this.

To me it looks like one of those untestable hypotheses. I’m sure there’s some truth in it, but to present it as the whole truth in this is is intellectually dishonest. Or just thoughtless.

I think #6 is particularly poignant in relation to male chastity: “There is no better place than here. When your there has become a here, you will simply obtain another there that will again look better than here.

But on the whole, I like this list. I think we could all do worse than take most of it to heart.

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