I know there have been threads about the popularity of male chastity that tend to end in little illumination. I am wondering just how common wearing a cage is for a sexually submissive man in a relationship. I would guess that there are not that many men who are the sexual submissive to their sexually dominant wife. We all know there seem to be many more men looking for sexual domination than there seem to be women looking for a sexually submissive partner. That said, it would SEEM that caging a sexually submissive man would be a common thing by the sexually dominant partner if for no other reason than it just plays right into the dynamic. I have no idea about this type of thing in the gay male community, but I would GUESS it would be more common if for no other reason than my assumption that there are more dominant gay men looking for a submissive gay lover. It would seem if caging the sexually submissive male was a common act in these relationships, then caging would have some reasonable level of popularity...but I do not know if it is common for sexually submissive men in a relationship to be caged. If it became a known/assumed thing for sexually submissive men to be caged by their partner (gay or straight), then it would reach a level of popularity that it may grow as more would know about it. I do wonder if it became a known thing that sexually submissive men do (known by people generally I mean), if we might see more women demonstrate interest in being the dominant lover. I can almost see it becoming a mentioned thing at that point...like if a guy sees his buddy's wife bossing him around casually saying "careful dude, she's gonna have your dick locked before you know it" without necessarily being serious. Does anyone know about the commonality of locking sexually submissive men who are in a relationship? There are self lockers too...but likely not enough to be a significant factor.