Well, I suppose we all do. That's the point. The problem is that real ones aren't -- the Custom Chastity device I'm wearing right now is pretty wonderful, but if I wanted, I could pull out the back and get myself off.
If that was a real problem for me, I could have a piercing.
Piercings, however, are no good for my kind of chastity fiction. It's not that they are beyond my comfort zone, it's that they take too long to heal before you can use them to secure a chastity device. And if the character is pre-pierced, it follows that they are already kinky.
My kind of fiction needs a device that you can just put on and be stuck in.
Usually I cheat. For my first novel, I simply used a full belt made of Quantumite, basically a what TV tropes calls Unobtanium. For two of my other series, it's a surgically implanted cage or cup.
|A simpler much more practical solution!(Source)|
What I missed was a simpler much more practical solution!
Somebody has worked out how to anchor a urethral plug against the firmer tissue of the head.
|...what if the plug was 3D printed in a mesh form?|
There's a whole little sub culture built around this sort of tethering, and not just for chastity.
It has two problems: it's a fiddle to get on - you have to mess around with dental floss; and it's a not clear how well it would work for long term use - the membranes involved like to stay wet.
But, what if the plug was 3D printed in a mesh form using the same medical technology you see in stents? medic?
It could be designed to compress in one direction and not the other, so making it impossible to remove.
Or it could be made of a memory plastic that changes shape when it reaches body temperature, only to snap back much later so you can remove it.
The possibilities are endless. Now I just need a story...