Discussion in 'Chastity and orgasm denial' started by L-u-c-y, Nov 28, 2017.
A shame my useless video slave missed the explosion!
What a wonderful way to dispose of a chastity key! The biggest bang that boy will ever experience!
Wow! I bet number 18 had his heart in his mouth when he saw that ...
OMG, was his key actually attached..... I am speechless
He should have been a good boy and that would have never happened
Hope my wife doesn't see that. Don't want to give her any ideas. She already puts shrink tubing over my padlock to make sure it isn't messed with.
baaahahaha! Was there a part 1-3?
Parts 1 - 3 ...
You definetly are a Creative Women. It would be very exciting to kneel in front of you.
Can you share what they did to deserve this?
And not a minute too soon! If you don't appease, you will be discarded!
I don’t have any problem with you pretending to chuck keys...but it bothers the hell out of me that you just throw trash to the four winds, tape trash to a Mylar balloon & deliberately release it to fly away for someone else to find & dispose of, & drop crap in a creek.
In your mind.....does “keyholder” mean “irresponsible litterbug”?
Or is littering supposed to convey something other than “I’m a selfish person who thinks my pretend attitude is important enough to let me get away with grossly irresponsible behavior”?
My disposal methods are not always environmentally acceptable, but they are also not a common occurrence, and it's absolutely awesome and irreversible!
Maybe you should be more concerned about the thousands of tons of metal that are wasted on chastity devices that are used for a week and then end up in landfill, or those that buy endless chastity devices until they find one that is comfortable.
I can't help but think this is a tad puerile. It's a small drip in an ocean of global waste. I don't think it's that big an issue. It didn't even occur to me!
I don't think we need to stoop to personal attacks here. And I think that in the grand scheme of things, big companies contribute more to the pollution of the planet than one person trying to make a point occasionally
@NauticalBear, The average family car is doing far more environmental damage than @Mistress Lucy's key disposal techniques, the joy of which far outweighs any pollution concerns, which are actually zero to minimal. If you're worried about a veritable tsunami of Goddess Princess Warriors all shooting their disobedient boys' keys into outer space on the end of a 6" rocket - ouch! - creating a Saturn-esque ring of chastity device space junk, rest easy!
You'll get much more mileage educating your local supermarket on the over-use of plastic bags. I agree with your concerns about the planet being weighed down with consumer rubbish but, really, @Mistress Lucy is saving Mother Earth in her own ozone-friendly style, and doing a fine job!
Love, peace and rock 'n'roll!
I can’t believe that Mistress Lucy takes her role as a keyholder lightly. Or that she “pretends” to do something, perhaps you’ve had an experience where someone has pretended to do something to or for you, but I would try and stay away from projecting on to others.
As for being a litterbug, aren’t you just being a killjoy?
Releasing a balloon into the sky is the same as a Chinese lantern, how many thousands of people do that every year? How many millions of fireworks are launched every year?
If you’re seriously concerned about litter I’d join some kind of charity geared to large scale recycling and litter picking, rather than focusing on individuals online.
If I see someone tossing one in a creek I’m reasonably sure I’ll have the moral courage to speak up.
Pointing out that other people might be doing something foolish as a defense when caught doing something foolish yourself is an example of a type of logical fallacy called a “Fallacy of Relevence”. The specific fallacy you’re guilty of is Argumentum ad Populum, literally “”argument by the people” but can be read as “other people are doing it”.
Personally I think people who read this will recognize that you’re evading the issue. I doubt you’ll change your behavior & even if you do you can’t go back in time & undo the damage you caused. But if others read this & conclude kink isn’t an excuse to act irresponsibly & throw trash all over the landscape, I’ll feel like I’ve done my part. Mylar balloons are a terrible thing to deliberately litter with.
And if anyone is curious...you can sell stainless steel to a recycler for considerably more $ than aluminum scraps, so please consider selling your old devices instead of just chucking them.
Okay, I’m a killjoy. Littering is morally reprehensible.
I trust if you see anyone deliberately throwing a Mylar balloon into a park in the future it will occur to you that this is unacceptable. If an ocean of global waste is a bad thing, don’t throw more crap on it.
Hmm. I don’t believe I’ve cast aspersions on anyone, or engaged in ad hominem attacks.I am criticizing unacceptable behavior.
Maybe because I’ve been around the world a little more than some, and I remember what the large chunks of the US looked like in the 70’s...and since I’ve traveled & worked in more 3rd world crapholes than most can name I’ve seen what unrestricted littering & pollution look like...and it can all be credited to the actions of one person at a time, magnified by millions.
I’ve logged maybe 300+ hours underwater as a volunteer scuba diver pulling garbage from lakes in Tennessee & offshore here in Florida.
I’m no green fanatic....I just think adults have a moral responsibility to call BS when we see unacceptable behavior. You think what you like.
Considering we are on a sexual fetish website and many of the posts here describe what some would call unacceptable behaviour, I think it is time to put this discussion to rest.
It is admirable that someone has a cause however, this is not the platform for such discussions or for attacking someone personally.
I have to say, the thought of a recycling depot receiving a number of chastity devices is rather amusing. Anyone have any other novel ways of disposing of your chastity devices or Keyholders who got rid of keys?
There's probably a market for used ones with male TV presenters/personalities at present. The phenomenon seems to have gone global.