Common Terms and Abbreviations

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Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Locked by LRC » Mon May 21, 2012 6:43 pm

Many members encounter terms and abreviations they are unfamilar with in this Forum. Hopefully this will help them.

If you have something that you have a question about post it here and hopefully someone will be able to explain it. When it has been explained it will be added to the more permanent list. This will give a running commentary on how an explanation came about.

The explanations will be short and generic. The only objective is to enlighten you, not go in-depth.

Remember, we’re a global community. If you see something you’re not sure about, bring it up and it will be added here. For example, KG - German for chastity device.

Specific sellers won’t be mentioned, only the general product with a link.



ABREVIATIONS
BDSM - Bondage, discipline, sadism, masochism.
CB - Chastity belt.
CB2K - Short for CB-2000.
CB3K - Short for CB-3000.
CB6K - Short for CB-6000.
CB6Ks - Short for CB-6000s
CBxxxx - A generic reference to any A.L. Miller Enterprises product.
CFNM - Clothed Female Naked Male
D/S - Dominant/Subservient
FLM - Female led marriage.
FLR - Female led relationship.
JB - Short for Jail Bird.
KG - German abbreviation for chastity belt.
KH or K/H - Key holder.
KSD - Keep Safe Device. A pull-out prevention device for CB-6000, sold by Kept For Her. http://www.keptforher.com/ksd-g3.html
LFA - Loving female authority.
MC - Male chastity.
MM - Short for Mature Metal.
PA – Prince Albert piercing.
PIV or P/VI - Penis vaginal intercourse.
POT - Post orgasm torture.
PT - Short for Pet Trap
RO - Ruined orgasm.
T&D - Tease and denial.
VAT or EU VAT - Value Added Tax or European Union Value Added Tax
WLM - Wife led marriage.
WLR - Wife led relationship.

DEFINITIONS
Converter - inch-to-mm & mm-to-inch http://www.electricscooterparts.com/conversioncalculator.html
Chastity Mansion - A forum similar to this one. Members there tend more towards discussion of sissification and feminization. http://chastitymansion.com/
Chick-fil-A - From Dan Savage. He states, "It's an obvious synonym for pegging."
Creampie - Orally cleaning a vagina of sperm after a male’s orgasm.
Cuckold – A submissive man with a woman who takes on alpha-male lovers. The wife's sexual pleasures become the husband's vicarious sexual pleasures and experiences.
Cum – Cum has a few definitions... it can be a man's semen, a female's vaginal liquids, or an orgasm.
Figging - A peeled ginger root, shaped like a slender butt plug, inserted into the anus without lubrication of any kind. The ginger juices cause pain and extreme horniness.
Frenulum, or Frenum – The ridge on the underside of the penis that connects the shaft to the head.
Frenulum piercing – A piercing under the shaft, in the stretchy area that attaches the foreskin to the penis head.
Guiche - Pierces the base of the scrotum, between the legs and near the anus.
Pegging - Female using a dildo for anal sex with a male.
Post orgasm torture - After orgasm, the continued stimulation of the penis. The head area is noted for this.
Ruined orgasm - At the point of ejaculation normal stimulation is stopped.
Santorum - The frothy mix of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex.
Sissy – Often submissive in nature, a man will want to wear woman’s clothes, make-up and act effeminate. For more information see Chastity Mansion.
Tease & Denial - Teasing can be verbal or physical. Denial is not allowing an orgasm to occur.
VAT or EU VAT - A consumption tax system common to nations in the European Union area.

DEVICES, MALE

BALL TRAP DESIGN

Birdlocked - A silicone device. http://www.birdlocked.com/
Bon4 - A silicone device. http://bon4.com/
DickCage - A silicone device. Made in Switzerland http://www.dickcage.com/
Exobelt - Polycarbonate. http://www.exobelt.com/
(Note: A.L. Enterprises is now known as CB-X)
CB-2000 - The first device produced by A.L. Enterprises. Bar design with solid base ring. Polycarbonate. Production discontinued.
CB-3000 - The second device produced by A.L. Enterprises. Tube design with hinged base ring. Polycarbonate.
CB-6000 - Produced by A.L. Enterprises. Tube design with three piece base ring. Polycarbonate.
CB-6000s - Produced by A.L. Enterprises. A shorter tube version of the CB-6000.
Curve - Produced by A.L. Enterprises. Tube design that is longer than any other they sell. Polycarbonate.
PA-5000 - Produced by A.L. Enterprises. For a Prince Albert piercing
Jail Bird - A Mature Metal device.
Pet Trap - A Mature Metal device.
Queens Keep - A Mature Metal device.
Revenge - A Steelworxx device.
Steelheart - A Steelworxx device.
Watchful Mistress - A Mature Metal device.

FULL BELT DESIGN

My-Steel - Based in Germany - http://www.my-steel.de/en/
Neosteel - Based in Germany - http://www.neosteel.de/


FEMALE CHASTITY
INFORMATION - http://tantalism.org/
DEVICES
My-Steel - Based in Germany - http://www.my-steel.de/en/
Neosteel - Based in Germany - http://www.neosteel.de/
http://spicesforlove.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=86
http://www.chastitybeltsusa.com/womenbelts.html

MANUFACTURER, MALE
A.L. Enterprises - http://www.cb-x.com/
(Note: As of 2012, A.L. Enterprises is now going under the name CB-X)
Lori - Most require a piercing. Metal devices. http://www.chastitytube.com/
Mature Metal - Manufacturer is located in Midland, TX, USA. Metal devices. http://www.maturemetal.com
Steelwerks - Manufacturer is located in Canada. Metal devices.http://www.steelwerksextreme.com/
Steelworxx - Manufacturer is located in Germany. Dietmar is the owner. Metal devices.
http://steelworxx.de/index.php?language=en (English page)
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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Ms. M » Tue May 22, 2012 8:38 pm

Thank you for posting this, very helpful information.
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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Locked by LRC » Wed May 23, 2012 12:52 pm

Thank you Ms. M

I added VAT to the list. A while back there was a discussion on buying a device and someone was telling how a non-European person could avoid paying this tax. If someone remembers where this was at please let me know. I want to add the link to it here.
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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Sir Chaste » Wed May 23, 2012 3:00 pm

There is an explanation of the VAT, or Value Added Tax, on Wikipedia as follows: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_added_tax
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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby celticqueens_sub » Wed May 23, 2012 3:08 pm

Mike Bekoff wrote:There is an explanation of the VAT, or Value Added Tax, on Wikipedia as follows: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_added_tax


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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Sir Chaste » Wed May 23, 2012 3:30 pm

That's very good! I believe that all a non-European resident has to do to avoid paying the VAT is to provide a non-European address. The European CD manufacturers all seem to provide that option on their websites.
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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Locked by LRC » Wed May 23, 2012 6:22 pm

I found in other posts here that Steelwerks lets you register as a person that doesn't have to pay VAT. When you price their products you will see the non-VAT price. If I understand it right that's 18%.
Wow, in the USA we complain about a 6% to 8% sales tax, as we call it.
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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Ms. M » Wed May 23, 2012 11:11 pm

Hello:

I happen to work in International Business, and particularly, shipping. VAT should only be applied for commercial goods, not goods for personal use. If you should purchase anything within your own country, or outside, for personal use, VAT shouldn't be figured into your pricing. In saying this, local Customs can always tap into any sale, especially in the EU. Just buy from the US : )
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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Locked by LRC » Fri May 25, 2012 11:28 am

We in the U.S. use inches and about the rest of the world uses metric. Because we are an international community I’ve added a link for calculating metric and inch conversions. It’s in the section Definitions as Calculator.

It will only do calculations in decimal but they have a chart below the calculator that has the decimal equivalents for inch fractions.

Before I get grief (with the reputation of some members) yes, I noted the irony of the host web site.
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Re: Common Terms and Abbreviations

Postby Locked by LRC » Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:36 pm

I have noticed that piercing is brought up sometimes. I don't have one and will admit I'm ignorant about these. I did some checks and think I have the descriptions right to add to the list. If anyone has better knowledge please let me know if they are right or if changes are needed.

PA – Prince Albert

Prince Albert – A penis piercing where a ring or curved barbell enters the penis near the fermium and exits through the urethra at the tip of the penis.

Frenulum, or Frenum. – The ridge on the underside of the penis that connects the shaft to the head.

Frenulum piercing – A piercing that pierces under the shaft, in the stretchy area that attaches the foreskin to the penis head. I think this can be done on uncircumcised men as well, HELP!

Guiche - pierces the base of the scrotum, between the legs and near the anus.
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