Friendly confines

Belle had wanted me in the PA-5000 through today, but I was forced to request I go back in the Steelheart a day early. The PA hook had been bothering me all day, just a bit to begin with, but more and more as the day wore on. By the time we got into bed and she was teasing me (which, BTW, is actually one of the PA5K’s cooler benefits), the inside of my piercing was hurting pretty bad. Mind you, I like hurting and all, but not this kind. I don’t think Belle was taking me seriously at first, because she told me to just lay down and relax (as if it were an erection thing), but I eventually made her understand I wasn’t just being whiny.

Once the the PA hook was unlocked, I tried to remove it but it wouldn’t budge. I’m not sure if it’s like this for everyone, but the plastic hook was grabbing onto the skin inside of my piercing. I had to lubricate to get it out. Undoubtedly, this was the cause of my discomfort. I was disappointed I didn’t make it as long as Belle wanted (and I think she was, too), but I have to admit it was nice being back in the friendly confines of the Steelheart (even if it was cold as hell after a couple days jammed into the back of the bathroom drawer).

I’m willing to give the PA5K another chance at some point. It seems clear that I’ll need to try to keep the hook lubricated just like the CB6K’s ring. Also, I might just need to toughen up the affected area.

2 thoughts on “Friendly confines

  1. As I said the other day, I think part of the issue might be having plastic in your piercing. Also, were you able to move it while you were in the PA5K? I rotate my jewelry everyday—seems to be good piercing health to me. I know you can’t do that when you are in the Steelheart.

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    1. No, the PA hook is totally stationary when in place. There’s little opportunity to move it. I find the steel jewelry moves around enough all on its own and I don’t need to rotate it (even my earrings seem to do that). Plastic, though, clings.

      WRT the ring I wear in the Steelheart, I’ve actually moved to a higher gauge (thinner) ring that I can put on by hand. The thicker ring is hot, but invisible when I’m locked up, harder to put on and take off, and much noisier inside the tube. The thinner ring offers just as much security since, while I can pop the ball out with my thumb, I can’t reach it in the tube nor can I pull hard enough to make it come out (OUCH!). Even if I could, I’d never be able to get it back on.

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