Prostate Massage, Aneros
F inally at the end of several years reading about the marvels of Prostate massage and the super “O” that was available with the use of one of these toys I gave in and made my first purchase. This was an area of sensual experience with which I was totally unfamiliar, so I was prepared for a learning curve, even a steep learning curve. And to be honest, I was somewhat afraid that I could do myself some damage with this kind of experimentation. But the unique experience of a hands-free super-full-body unlike-any-other orgasm was just too much to pass up. I would give it a try.
The instructions said to insert the lubricated Aneros inside my lubricated rectum and wait for some 15 – 20 minutes for my body to get accustomed to the presence of something foreign in my anus. Then, in what is hopefully already a state of arousal begin to contract my sphincter muscles which would cause the Aneros to slide back and forth over my prostate and produce ever increasing feelings of sexual excitement and mounting pleasure. I was told that if I did it right I would have a wonderful hands-free orgasm that initiated in my prostate, radiated out, and engulfed my whole body in heretofore never experienced orgasmic pleasure.
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And try I did. Again, and again, and again I tried. Sadly, even though there were moments in which I began to feel something (?), no amount of trial and error, adjustments, relaxation, and repeated efforts produced anything like the massive orgasms I was promised. In fact they produced no real ripples of pleasure at all. Externally I am very anally sensitive. But using an internal toy to massage my prostate to orgasm just did not work for me; not at all. Not even a little. This, for me, was a major disappointment.
I joined online communities devoted to the practice of prostate stimulation. Some told me to just keep trying. Others, a bit more realistic I think, told me that it either works for you, or it doesn’t. And for some there is simply nothing that can be done about it.
So, if you try the Aneros or some other toy suitable for prostate massage all I can say is, “I hope it works for you.” And if it does, then use it to your heart’s content and, of course . . .