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So, I’m thinking of purchasing an Aneros MGX. Zaneblue referenced these in one of her lists of useful links. I’ve read a fair bit on various websites about how the Aneros works, and how good [or bad] it is. I’m looking for honest facts right now, as all I’ve read are periodic reviews etc. I trust the community here at Thunder’s, and I want input before I go off and make my purchase.

Buying something like this is still very risky for me, as I live at home—and I don’t want to take the risk if it’s not warranted. If the Aneros does indeed work as advertised, I’ll snag one up. As an off-hand question, has anybody thought about using an Aneros while clamping? -Yaog

I have absolutely no idea how a butt plug could ever help you with PE gains. I would give this a thumbs down.

It helps with anus enlargement. :D


:buttrock: The Peter Dick method :buttrock:

Then, BPEL:7.500"x5.500"

Now, BPEL:8.375"X6.750"

I’m not looking to use the Aneros for PE gains, the clamping idea was in jest. But I’m just wondering if it works as advertised. Does prostate stimulation work for a better orgasm? I don’t normally get them, hence I ask. -Yaog

Originally Posted by gprent
I have absolutely no idea how a butt plug could ever help you with PE gains. I would give this a thumbs down.

A butt plug for PE????????

WT_?

A butt plug for whatever reason might be (whatever). But for PE????

I concur with gprent. That would have to fall in the extremely questionable advice category.

I only bother to comment because I would hate to imagine a guy out there with a plug in his ass, figuring that his dick is somehow being enhanced.

Sounds more like a cruel practical joke……

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Originally Posted by gprent
I have absolutely no idea how a butt plug could ever help you with PE gains. I would give this a thumbs down.

That was not, is not related to, and was never intended to be the topic of this thread. If the rest of the community is going to act like it is, then will some Moderator delete this thread please? I should go back to lurking.. I don’t have anything to add here. -Yaog

Edit: Matter of fact, Mods feel free to delete this thread. The search function finally gave me more than enough information.


Last edited by yaog : 12-24-2005 at .

Originally Posted by yaog
That was not, is not related to, and was never intended to be the topic of this thread. If the rest of the community is going to act like it is, then will some Moderator delete this thread please? I should go back to lurking.. I don’t have anything to add here. -Yaog

Yaog,

Don’t be so hasty.

Originally Posted by yaog
I’m not looking to use the Aneros for PE gains, the clamping idea was in jest. But I’m just wondering if it works as advertised. Does prostate stimulation work for a better orgasm? I don't normally get them, hence I ask. -Yaog

Didn’t realise this was your purpose.

But as far as that goes - can’t add any personal experiences, as my backdoor is completely off limits. Which has baffled fem sex partners since I am extremely turned on by ass… I am into analingus (performing on a fem). But won’t allow the favor to be returned…..

Also, I don’t have problems with orgasm….. So, not much I can add in the way of personal experience.

But I have heard that prostate stimulation is a thing some men are into. So there it is for what it’s worth. Sorry for the mix-up.

A butt plug will (can) enhance an orgasm. Prostate stimulation with a very curved dildo is also extremely stimulating. Hey, don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.


Start date 12-10-05 Old: NBPEL - 4.5" BPEL - 5.75" EG - 4.625" Current: NBPEL - 5" BPEL - 6.25" EG - 5.1" Goal: NBPEL - 7.5" BPEL - 8.25 EG - 6.00" - I want a big floppy donkey dick!

I have an Aneros. It did not work as advertised for me. I mostly use it now during intercourse. It makes me cum sooner and the orgasms are more intense. To me it was a waste of money, but is still somewhat enjoyable to use occasionally.

Originally Posted by anonymous07128
Yaog,

Don’t be so hasty.

Didn’t realise this was your purpose.

But as far as that goes - can’t add any personal experiences, as my backdoor is completely off limits. Which has baffled fem sex partners since I am extremely turned on by ass.. I am into analingus (performing on a fem). But won’t allow the favor to be returned..

Also, I don’t have problems with orgasm.. So, not much I can add in the way of personal experience.

But I have heard that prostate stimulation is a thing some men are into. So there it is for what it’s worth. Sorry for the mix-up.

Glad to get all that sorted. I’m relatively open minded when it comes to trying things.. I’ll try anything once if I’m feeling adventurous and it doesn’t cost too much in risk or cash-flow. I am curious on what zaneblue has to say on the definitive idea of prostate stimulation.

Personally, after much consideration, the mentality seems to be the thing everywhere: the Aneros user manual, tantric technique, honest sexual advice from experienced people—and psychologists. I’m fully aware from digital experimentation that the prostate & it’s nerve bundle do feel good when nudged. But, honestly, is the Aneros, or something similar, more of a catalyst than a solution? I’m wondering if mentality is everything when compared to what we’ve got in the physical world. Granted that concept is broad as the cosmos, but as it pertains to sexuality & intimacy, what doth the hive mind think?

Iamaru wrote an excellent manifesto on meditative & tantric sex here and I found it quite enlightening. I have written a few unpublished manuscripts on how I believe the mind works with respect to stimuli-interpretation-symbolic manipulation-translation-reaction/action cycles. (Perhaps a separate thread could be formed to discuss the intra-cosmology of the human brain, and it’s methods of existence and operation in another forum here?) Strictly within the scope of sex, sexuality, and in this more limited case, the Aneros, I ponder the following: Is the thought of the presence of the device and the focus on the sensations more important than the device actually being present? (Edit: in essence a placebo effect)

Clearly one member has posted saying it doesn’t work as advertised. Several people on the Aneros website have lengthy discussions on how easy or hard it is to get the device to produce amazing sensations as advertised.

To recap: Does it work when it’s in? Do people here who have used an Aneros practice meditative focus, or just throw it in? I’m trying to get to the bottom of how the Aneros works, why it works, and if it can work for me. -Yaog

Originally Posted by yaog
Glad to get all that sorted. I’m relatively open minded when it comes to trying things.. I’ll try anything once if I’m feeling adventurous and it doesn’t cost too much in risk or cash-flow. I am curious on what zaneblue has to say on the definitive idea of prostate stimulation.

Personally, after much consideration, the mentality seems to be the thing everywhere: the Aneros user manual, tantric technique, honest sexual advice from experienced people—and psychologists. I’m fully aware from digital experimentation that the prostate & it’s nerve bundle do feel good when nudged. But, honestly, is the Aneros, or something similar, more of a catalyst than a solution? I’m wondering if mentality is everything when compared to what we’ve got in the physical world. Granted that concept is broad as the cosmos, but as it pertains to sexuality & intimacy, what doth the hive mind think?

Iamaru wrote an excellent manifesto on meditative & tantric sex here and I found it quite enlightening. I have written a few unpublished manuscripts on how I believe the mind works with respect to stimuli-interpretation-symbolic manipulation-translation-reaction/action cycles. (Perhaps a separate thread could be formed to discuss the intra-cosmology of the human brain, and it’s methods of existence and operation in another forum here?) Strictly within the scope of sex, sexuality, and in this more limited case, the Aneros, I ponder the following: Is the thought of the presence of the device and the focus on the sensations more important than the device actually being present? (Edit: in essence a placebo effect)

Clearly one member has posted saying it doesn’t work as advertised. Several people on the Aneros website have lengthy discussions on how easy or hard it is to get the device to produce amazing sensations as advertised.

To recap: Does it work when it’s in? Do people here who have used an Aneros practice meditative focus, or just throw it in? I’m trying to get to the bottom of how the Aneros works, why it works, and if it can work for me. -Yaog

Ya,

It’s completely possible, from my own experiences. Like, let’s say I am having sex for the 3rd or 4th time in a day, it’s a little more work to *finish*.

But if I visualise something that I find erotic or kinky… Gets the job done. If my g/f knew what I was thinking at times….. In a side note, we have discussed what is going on in one another’s mind while being together. She says she is only focused on me. I admitted, once, that sometimes I thought of situations other than her.

Wasn’t a complete disaster. But not conducive to creating closeness to admit that, “While I was just hammering away for the last 30min, what finally got it done was thinking about _____.” Not a good idea.

All that was said to agree that, yes, thoughts can be a major part of orgasm.

And stick around. You seem to be a deep thinker with a great deal to offer the board.

yaog,

I purchased an Aneros about a year ago. After the first couple of uses, I thought the articles that I had read were a bunch of crap. But, I kept using it, mostly just for variety. Eventually, I started getting results very similar to those advertised by the product. It is probably at least 50% mental/50% physical, but it works for me. The “orgasm” that is promised is different that any orgasm that I have every felt. It is dry (relatively speaking), and more pelvic. I’m guessing that it is similar to what a woman’s orgasm feels like.

In my experience, there is lots of precum, and only an occasional drop of semen. The intensity of the orgasm can vary greatly from one experience to another, but all are satisfying. The good part is, once you are “in the zone”, you can pretty much stay there as long as you like. Sometimes I will masturbate to normal orgasm after, other times I will have vaginal or oral sex. It depends on who is there, LOL. There have been a few occasions when I was simply too fatigued to do anything afterward. Obviously you don’t want to go to this level if you have a partner present.

My advice would be to go for it, but don’t expect too much too soon. Mastering the technique requires patience. But like most anything, rewards will come (no pun intended).


I have sexdaily! I mean dyslexia! Fcuk!

Thanks everybody for the clear, honest replies. I expect that like all things, proper technique is required. CW, have you tried the Aneros helix? -Yaog

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