Today’s HNThumper entry shows the enforcement end of my chastity.
You can see through the hole in the end of the tube the usually hidden bits that ensure I cannot slip the dick out of the device Belle locks onto my body.
For those who aren’t familiar with my device, there’s a bar called a PA fixing that runs inside the tube down one side to the end and then back up the other side. The ends of the bar are attached to the posts that fit into the cuff ring. The PA fixing is run though the ring in my PA piercing before the cock is put into the tube and, once it’s all locked together, ensures I can never completely withdraw from the device. Without the PA fixing, slipping out would be physically very easy (though I find it to be mentally quite hard). With the PA fixing, the thing is escape proof.
I’ve included a little diagram to help make sense of what you’re seeing. I mentioned before that I was experiencing more pinching from the PA fixing with the new SH-S than I did with the SH-1. It’s true that the interior space is a significantly smaller in the new device, but I also found that the fixing bar didn’t lay as close to the tube wall as it did in my original Steelheart. I’ve adjusted the placement of the bar by bending it very slightly and now it lays perfectly flat. So far, that’s made a huge difference in comfort. Also, it’s made the image I posted today no longer possible to take. The fixing doesn’t ride up anymore so is no longer visible through the tube’s opening.
I made a video demonstrating how I put the SH-1 together. If you’re interested, take a look. The SH-S works exactly the same except the tube and PA fixing are both a lot shorter.