It's common to see threads and/or photos and/or videos of guys who say they are in "permanent" chastity, or they are putting super glue in the lock to make it "permanent." It's always fascinated me. What exactly does that mean? On a practical basis, no device is absolutely foolproof. Some are considerably harder to escape than others, but it can be done, if the need or desire is there. So is "permanent" really a psychological concept? Example: I've been locked more or less 24/7 for over a year, and both my beautiful wife/KH and I love it, and have no intention of ever going back. So am I "permanently" locked? In a sense, yes. Could I get out if I wanted to? Yes, but I don't want to. I don't think I'd ever want to have control of my cock again. I'd say that's what makes it "permanent". Some might argue that "permanent" means never removing the device. I guess so, but it's really all about intent, as far as I'm concerned. My KH and I intend for me to be locked as long as we are together. That's "permanent" enough for me. What say you?