I’ve had a few requests recently on or about our contract. I thought it would be easy to include it in a post, but was surprised to discover this wouldn’t be the case!! It seems the digital document is in the memory of my old computer–the computer where the hard drive died. One of these days I may buy an external memory box and move the memory fro the old computer to the box–thus allowing me to access things again. But at the moment I have no way of accessing those memories.
Then I thought, “what about our hard copy?” So I went exactly where I thought it was–yup, it wasn’t there. So I have been looking and I finally found our signed copy. It isn’t a short document but I will photograph all the pages and post them on here.
I haven’t looked at the contract recently. I’m not sure we follow it anymore in reality. Aspects of it are definitely followed, but I no longer journal and I’m certain there are other things we no longer do.
But this contract allowed me to broach the topic of chastity cages to my Queen. She didn’t have any idea about them before and she had no idea what I was looking for. The detail in this contract allowed her to understand what I was asking for. In effect the contract was our way of opening up a conversation about male chastity and cages. If only for that reason, I have a sentimental appreciation for this piece of paper.
I’d like to give credit to the couple who allowed me this contract–but I have forgotten who they were, and they had used aliases anyways. I also changed the contract to better suit us. I hope you find it useful! Or at least interesting.
The only way I can figure out how to include this contract is to do so as photos added to this post. I’m sorry that there are 18 pages. But hopefully they are readable.
Now I hope this helps. I retyped this from the original I was given, making changes as I went. And while we sort of follow it, in reality it was just the mechanism I used to approach my wife with this idea and also the method of teaching her a little about male chastity and cages. It wasn’t an easy conversation. I was embarrassed!
Good luck to all of you looking to move into this lifestyle. And if you feel you need a contract it can be as simple as two sentences or as complex as this one. Do what feels good and right for you and your partner!!