Dystopian Chastity Future

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    If we learned anything from the Covid 19 experience in 2020 it's that the governments of many nations--particularly the USA and England--have taken advantage of a most unfortunate event and elevated their control over the citizenry. What was unthinkable only a year ago is now called the "new normal". For example, could anyone see the holidays of Thanksgiving (in the USA) and Christmas more or less being canceled? Could we have even contemplated being told how many people we could have at our home?

    I think most reasonable people would not have.

    This leads me to ask, is it any longer fanciful to imagine government insisting upon chastity devices to control the population?

    Don't laugh, we wear masks like good little subjects. Is a chastity tube for males that far behind?

    Laz
     
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    You may be right, except that the population in most countries is set to decline, so we need more babies not less, otherwise there will be very serious economic consequences.

    At some point in the future, those countries outlawing abortion and contraception may be seen as forward thinking !!!
     
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    I do take your point though. Anything goes if it can be argued that it's for the benefit of all.
     
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    I don't know anything about your personal politics, but I can't imagine any situation in which "the government" could come up with a device that is comfortable, convenient, and secure for every man. Hell, 3/4 of the posts around here are questions about how to make a cage one of the aforementioned. I can't imagine Home Office or Homeland Security, or any of those agencies coming up with anything except a bulky, ugly, and very cheap device that would give half the men some kind of rash.
     
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    the last three or four years have taught us not to predict anything...
     
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    They dont need chastity, i dont know in other military but in Spain foods contains "Boro" (i dont know in english but it is the B element) which makes 100% impossible to get an erection and it works

    So they dont need a cage, with hormones/chemistery they can do the same and even hide to the population if they want
     
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    I never thought about it that way Juan. Thank you for the insight.

    I'd love to hear from any military in Spain to learn first hand what they experienced.

    By the way, I am a HUGE fan of El Tinta de Toro. That is, I love Spanish wine the most. (I think we could translate Tinta de Toro as "Blood of the bull". But doesn't it mean more than that? LIke a symbol of Spanish strength or something? I'd love your comment.

    Rioja wines are my absolute favorite. Tempranillo with just a touch of Mazuelo and I am in heaven!
     
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    This is fanciful.

    1. Given how many wear their masks like chin guards, you’d see a lot of cages hanging off the guys balls with their dicks hanging out. :p

    2. Tom’s comment was too funny. We would better have an organization like the US’s NHTSA five star rating for car safety standards. Then we could let everyone choose their own make and model.

    3. No. Chastity works with me and my wife. Consensual, committed. I could imagine being a top in a different relationship.

    At a gut level, In no way would I want male (or female or trans) chastity mandated by a government. Full stop. It’s not even a fantasy of mine.

    I submit and surrender my body to my wife. The government can keep themselves out of my bedroom.

    Now... being seduced and enticed into chastity by societal expectations... that gets to me. Maybe because it’s still a choice. A desire. Mostly I just desire to have male chastity be accepted as one of the many diverse ways of life.

    So to communicate my gut reaction to this....

    I get uncomfortable with the comparison of “lockdowns” for disease-control with male chastity. Just my reaction.
     
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    Thanks Peter Rabbit. I like your points and agree. The government WAY over steps its bounds in so many ways.

    My main point is that what WAS crazy talk, may not be in the future.

    I especially like your distinction of societal voluntary chastity. What an interesting world it would be IF women simply preferred chaste men.
     
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    I had looked more carefully and it is not "Boro" it is "Bromuro" which it is Br, it is a libido killer so you dont get hard because you dont even think about erotic things, i asked long ago my artillery friend and it is like that, you dont think about sex, you dont want or enjoy looking at pron so it is normal that you cant get hard because your brain dont want to not because you cant, he has a girlfriend and can do it but he needs help (i dont know if it is viagra or other thing, i never ask that much) when she wants to do it, it is rare that it is him who ask for it

    "Tinta de toro" dont make any sense in spanish. If i have to guess i would say that they wanted to use bulls as comercial brand of Spain, at least between the 50s and 90s it was and "Tinta" really comes from "Tinto", the type of wine, because "Tinto de Toro" makes even less sense they opted to change to at least a correct gramar in spanish, "Tinta de toro" at least it is properly writted. Boold of the bull it is not a bad translation, it retains the a metaphor comparing the blood with the wine, you are drinking the wine so you become a bull

    But as i said, i dont know for sure as i dont drink alcohol and is a world which have 0 interest for me, i can put you with some context that you will never get with internet but it could be wrong, take it as a theory that could be not as a why it is that the name
     
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    Thank you Juan. It's good to have this background. I am pretty sure Tinta de Toro is sort of a source of pride for Spanish wine. Like you said, it's maybe to give a strong image and maybe an image of the strong Spaniard. Maybe like this, "Fernando Alonzo shows that he really has Tinta de Toro."......

    I want to look up that chemical....Thanks.
     
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    Thank you. You read my mind. Translating from the Spanish left some doubt as to what the chemical was.

    I fully agree....without desire, what would be the point of chastity? Why put a padlock on it?

    Good post. Thanks.
     
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    This sounds rather like bromide. There's an old British saying about putting bromide in your tea to make you less randy. There were stories that this was done to soldiers in the war, but there's no evidence it really happened.
     
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