16 Oct

Tumblr: Photo of my collar.

(I keep this blog text-only, for more tolerant workplaces — photos go on Tumblr)

My collar. Jalan placed it around my neck on December 13, 2011. It has come off only for metal detectors, medical appointments, and periodic cleaning. Only once have I had to take it off myself without prior approval (e.g., traveling alone by air), and that was when a doctor unexpectedly wanted a chest X-Ray. I had to pop the jump rings — I don’t carry a wrench for the clasp.

It hangs partly in my shirt. The Byzantine-weave chainmail (copper and aluminum) passes as conventional men’s jewelry. The ring—which is actually sold as a cock ring—is heavy enough to clear to those who know to look for such things, but otherwise just looks like odd fashion. The perfect balance for us.

Jalan took this photo while it was off for cleaning a couple of days ago. I’ve been wanting to show it off!


Posted by on October 16, 2013 in D/s


2 responses to “Tumblr: Photo of my collar.

  1. PaganBoy

    October 16, 2013 at 1:41 pm

    Wow – Well worth showing off! Very unique and appropriate. Was this your concept and you had it made, or was it something you found?

    • nagadikandang

      October 16, 2013 at 2:02 pm

      Thanks. We discussed different options, and both liked the “locking” aspect of the clasp (a buttonhead screw was an option for some added security, but she couldn’t afford it at the time). We like the weight (I’m conscious of it) and the length (peeping from shirt, but wouldn’t go over my head). She found the chainmail on Etsy and got a custom length made.


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