Talk:Kali's teeth bracelet

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Practical considerations

I hesitate to add an advice section, since I've never seen a KTB, but from all the accounts out there on etc., it seems clear that it doesn't work equally well for everyone (despite the Femina Society fantasies). Wearing it for an extended period (especially overnight) requires a certain gradual training or learning period, and some men may never be able to practically accomodate themselves to extended wear. There's an account out there from a guy who slapped it on as soon as he received it in the mail, and kept it on continuously for the next six or seven days (which seems to be exactly the wrong thing to do); he didn't suffer serious injury, but had lacerated skin oozing fluid... AnonMoos 01:58, 28 April 2008 (BST)

In normal use, the spikes are not supposed to puncture the skin (despite having semi-pointed ends) due to the "bed of nails" effect. AnonMoos 15:16, 28 April 2008 (BST)

I don't like the name (I find it a bit sacrilegeous) and I would certainly agree that a man can hurt himself if he wears it for a long time.--Taxwoman 19:11, 5 May 2008 (BST)
The original creators of the device were very sincere woman-as-goddess matriarchal ideologists, and I'm sure that they named the device in reverent tribute to their conception of the goddess Kali (which could be different from the original Hindu idea of the goddess Kali). I get the impression that it's not too easy to really seriously injure yourself by means of a properly sized and fitted KTB -- but you can still get yourself into trouble by persistently ignoring your body's warning signals, of course... AnonMoos 20:23, 9 May 2008 (BST)

Drawing image

I'm adding an image of a simple little drawing; it's kind of basic, but gets the central idea across fairly clearly. Most of the photographs out there seem to be of the unhinged version, but the final perfected form of the device as sold by its original creators (the Femina Society) had a hinge. The lack of a hinge makes an inherently somewhat difficult to handle device even more unwieldy... AnonMoos 02:12, 28 April 2008 (BST)

Wikipedia article

The Wikipedia article will probably be deleted fairly soon; I tried to incorporate some useful phrasing from that article... AnonMoos 08:44, 9 May 2010 (UTC)

Now deleted; I saved the text of the article before it was deleted, in case anybody wants it. AnonMoos 18:52, 13 May 2010 (UTC)

Text of Wikipedia article before it was deleted

For reference:

[[Image:KTB-FemDom.svg|thumb|200px|A simplified drawing of a Kali's teeth bracelet (hinged version), shown both closed (locked) and open]]

Named after the [[Hinduism|Hindu]] [[goddess]] [[Kali]], the '''Kali's teeth bracelet''' is a form of [[chastity belt|chastity device]] for men, designed to cause the wearer pain when an erection occurs. The device typically consists of a lockable metal ring that has spikes on its inner surface and is secured around the shaft of the flaccid [[penis]]. When the penis begins to erect, the spikes press into its soft tissue. These spikes may be blunted to avoid permanent damage to the wearer's penis, although one common form of the bracelet uses staples for the spikes. The goal of the device is to cause the wearer discomfort significant enough in the case of a partial erection so as to deter a full erection and other forms of [[Human sexuality|sexual pleasure]].

To be effective for enforced chastity, the [[circumference]] of the ring must be small enough so that the wearer is unable to remove the device even while flaccid.

== See also == * [[Erotic sexual denial]] * [[Female dominance]]

==External links== *[ Pictures of Kali's teeth bracelet] *[ Old Mistress Infinity (Femina Society) how-to from mid-1990s] ( copy) *[ Related 1905 anti-masturbation device]

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