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This discussion was created from comments split from: Profiles / Stats. Good forum etiquette requests members to keep their posts primarily related to the original posters topic. Posts which deviate substantially will be relocated or deleted. If you wish to address a topic other than the thread topic please start a new thread.


   
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for those that are married and saying that they are now 'curious' what are you saying, that you guys might be wanting to try it with other guys? is this ruining your current relationships because its somehow changing your sexuality perhaps?


   
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@inhope . No and no. I think it gives a straight guy a different perspective on why a guy could be gay. I did not have that perspective before discovering the Aneros and prostate pleasures and I'm glad that I now do. I was always accepting of someones choice, but feel I understand it better now. I have many gay friends and I'm happily married. If you have read any of my blogging you know that she is on the journey with me.Hope that makes sense πŸ™‚


   
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No and no. I think it gives a straight guy a different perspective on why a guy could be gay. I did not have that perspective before discovering the Aneros and prostate pleasures and I'm glad that I now do. I was always accepting of someones choice, but feel I understand it better now. I have many gay friends and I'm happily married. If you have read any of my blogging you know that she is on the journey with me.Hope that makes sense πŸ™‚

Well said @awired50


   
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Look at varmints post, see what I'm saying? Has anyone felt that the aneors experience has turned them off to traditional sex or finding women less attractive as a result?


   
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Aneros use is not going to change a man's sexual orientation. Are the homosexual Aneros users suddenly wanting to try an order of vagina? Some are using Aneros to justify their pre-Aneros-existing desire to be with men.


   
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@inhope No for me. Varmint may be the exception. Ask him. And if it is , I'm kewl with that πŸ™‚ @Pspotsquirter Spot on !

It is the most euphoric thing I have ever experienced, especially when the wife is with me, so I understand wanting to shout it from the rooftops! Also the new fascination with it.

I'm pissed with myself that I waited 50 years to try this. I have always been a very sexual / experimenting person fortunate enough to have a very sexual open minded wife.

I feel nothing but positive vibes from this experience.


   
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@MostInteresting1 Thanks man. I was carefully wording that one πŸ™‚

@inhope No for me. Varmint may be the exception. Ask him. And if it is , I'm kewl with that @Pspotsquirter Spot on !

It is the most euphoric thing I have ever experienced, especially when the wife is with me, so I understand wanting to shout it from the rooftops! Also the new fascination with it.


I'm pissed with myself that I waited 50 years to try this. I have always been a very sexual / experimenting person fortunate enough to have a very sexual open minded wife.


I feel nothing but positive vibes from this experience.


   
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I think all my future posts will just be. "What @awired50 said!"

Enjoying what makes you feel good doesn't make us gay, it makes us human


   
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I was only asking, not insinuating! I've just seen a few say this over the years and it had me thinking what it does to those in relationships. No worries.


   
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And I take perverse delight in Aneros Support relocating one of @inhope's post after him scolding me for butting into of his public discussion...

sorry could not resist! πŸ™‚


   
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The post is still there dude, hasn't been relocated. I wasn't scolding you I was however asking a question to someone else was all and defending the reason when someone questioned it. Perverse delight eh? Naughty. No hard feelings meant.


   
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"What @awired50 said!"

Enjoying what makes you feel good doesn't make us gay, it makes us human

Exactly !
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The post is still there dude, hasn't been relocated. I wasn't scolding you I was however asking a question to someone else was all and defending the reason when someone questioned it. Perverse delight eh? Naughty. No hard feelings meant.

It's all good, we are all here for the same reason


   
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@awired50,

I'm having a bit of difficulty following your last post, above!

Neither @inhope nor @Pspotsquirter have yet posted in this thread so I'm not sure what your'e referring to!

Did you mean this one to go somewhere else?


   
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@AnerosTeam,Thanks for that!
Now I understand.


   
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I'm so very tired of one track minded people saying the same thing over and over. I do not suggest you leave him to it for a few months. My suggestion is to travel this road with him. That is not to say that he shouldnt have solo sessions. Many people who have no spouse or significant other are quick to give suggestions to those who are in relationships. They do not have the correct perspective to even be doing so. This is why you never see me post in topics that I have no perspective on. With that being said...

@devajones, I am in a relationship and have been throughout my journey with aneros. I can tell you first hand that "her" in the picture will feel good, but to achieve the super-O I need a deeper focus. She can`t be in the room, it`s as simple as that. I see that you`re tired of "one track minded people giving advice, now let me tell you what I`m tired of.

I`m tired of people never having had a super-O giving advice, and at the same time saying what`s wrong, as tough they know what`s best. You are not a man, and you have never had a super-O. You do not know firsthand what the journey entails. You don`t even know 100% if your boyfriend has had a real super O.

You pass hasty judgement @devajones, and from a somewhat weak standpoint I might add.

What might work for some, might not work for others. So my take on it still is to leave him alone with it and get to know it before she joins in.


   
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@Alex_xxx
I have Super Os whilst I am inside of my girlfriend. It's odd that you can't Super O, while your woman is present. Perhaps you really don't have a solid bond with her. You really don't know what you're missing. You are cheating your woman out of the process. This will eventually cause problems in your relationship. In a sense, you are violating your relationship
with her; because you have Super Os with your other girlfriend (M-A-R-Y J-A-N-E).
JMO [-(
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Perhaps you are not having Super Os. If you were, you would be able to have them whilst your woman is present. You probably ride with other dudes on the chat, and supposedly Super O, but not with your woman. As Marvin Gaye would say,
"A'int That Peculiar?"


   
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@pot-squirter

I think I answered why I can`t super-O with her involved in the other post. If you could keep concentrated enough to read an entire post, you might be able to pick up on it.

As for the rest of the complete rubbish you`re pouring into this thread and a lot of other threads - I don`t really care. I think everyone on this forum have already understood that you`re mentally unstable and shouldn`t be allowed within 5 feet of a computer. Sadly to say, nobody has institutionalized you yet.


   
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@Kotex_xxx
I'm sure you have always been this sensitive since your menarche.
I stated an opinion, just as you stated an opinion, just as everyone states an opinion on the forum. There is no need for you to get upset. You seem to be getting perturbed, for no reason. Your delicate starfish needs to go into drug rehab, as well as go into couple's therapy. Then you would Super O with your woman present. You make too many excuses. JMO


   
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@Alex_xxx well I'm so sorry to inform you that woman can super o, a super o is a prostate orgasm which is analogous to a gspot orgasm in women. I thought I explained that before...but I guess you were unable to comprehend it. I think maybe men could learn to super o more regularly with the help of women as we have gspot orgasms regularly (not all woman but quite a few). I'm also sorry that you cant focus with your "woman" around. I would suggest whole heartedly that you work on your concentration skills. Also a stronger emotional bond should create a wonderful environment for you to super o. I argue since prostate orgasms and gspot orgasms are the same and lots of women who are capable of having gspot orgasms really only experience the best orgasms when they are emotionally connected to the other person the same goes for men. However in one of your posts to me you stated that Aneros lowers your desire for women. Does your girlfriend know this??? Its odd how you contradict yourself. Also not boyfriend, its husband. I also know as much about the journey as a newbie who has never inserted an Aneros. I read the wiki and this forum which is what most men do when they start out. I'd also like to inform you that I also use Aneros products and the journey for a woman is pretty much the same. The only difference is I lack a prostate...however I have a gspot...so I dont need one. I wish you would just learn a little more before you try to insult my intelligence. The lack of knowledge you have about women tells me a lot frankly. The concept that you refuse to learn anything new about how much the same women and men are tells me even more.

Dont you find it odd that in the original thread and in this one so many men who have women agree with what I said? Now if it is not or will not be the case for you (as you seem to not want to evolve and grow) then just leave it alone and chalk it up to you are weird.

Also I'd like to add you requested that another member stay concentrated and read. Funny how the OP in this thread said if you'd like to address something off topic start a new thread...NOT post here. Now I wonder who is concentrating and reading?


   
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What the World.......needs now..........is LOVE, Sweet LOVE..(to music)...


   
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😑 What the World.......needs now..........is LOVE, Sweet LOVE..(to music)...

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@Kotex_xxx
I'm sure you have always been this sensitive since your menarche.
I stated an opinion, just as you stated an opinion, just as everyone states an opinion on the forum. There is no need for you to get upset. You seem to be getting perturbed, for no reason. Your delicate starfish needs to go into drug rehab, as well as go into couple's therapy. Then you would Super O with your woman present. You make too many excuses. JMO

It's funny how you mentioned menstruation it would tie in with my theory that men have both a masculine and a feminine side, masculine side gets stimulated using the penis and the balls and the feminine side using the asshole. I've already seen quite a few members leave coz they couldn't stand the bitchy behaviour on the Aneros forum anymore, so perhaps using the Aneros too much tilts the balans to the feminine side? So if men can become bitches what's to stop us from getting assmenstruations? ('Are you bleeding out of your asshole or are you just happy to see me?')

And yes marijuana is a female drug and that explains the synergy with the Aneros... it also leads to moodswings, lack of focus and makes one susceptible to 'woo-peddlers'....
Needless to say I've been limiting both my intake of mj and my use of the Aneros πŸ˜‰


   
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@Ehm
You present an extremely valid point. Perhaps certain ones Yin/Yang are not balanced. Which could be from over use of the Aneros. Or weed use, coupled with the over Aneros use.


   
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The question that I asked in the weed thread, was a legitimate question. Perhaps the guys that use weed for sessions, have to use it in order to be with their signifigant other. Their behaviour lends quite a bit of credence to @Ehm's theory. They are an extremely sensitive lot! However, I would appreciate if they could use proper spelling, whilst they are attempting to berate me. @Alex_xxx, you left out the e in douchebag. and @Gilman(TWA), you really butchered the spelling of juvenile.


   
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Pspot, you spelled "ain't" incorrectly when quoting Marvin Gaye, so what's your point? Does a typo invalidate an opinion?


   
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Pspot, I will add you need to go back and learn how to use a comma. If grammar is so important to you, you will find you place them where they are not needed. Get off your high horse!


   
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@Pspotsquirter & @Gilman,
Gentlemen, this foolish display of pedantry needs to end now.
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@Alex_xxx
All one has to do is read the previous threads you have started, and connect the dots. You said you are an experienced Aneros user (see the weed thread, started by you). You have even started threads about lube, and lubing methods, have you not? Therefore, you should be abreast of all the proper lubricatory techniques. Since you are an experienced Aneros user, you should know proper insertion and extraction methods for the Aneros.

Had you used enough lube, you would not have torn your ass! You have even discredited yourself on the weed issue, with your latest weed induced debacle. Maybe you get high, to lessen the pain you feel, whilst you dredge your anal canal.

You should be man enough to admit you can't take a Progasm (whether you are high or sober). Why use the Progasm if it has caused you previous pain? Your prior Progasm issue, should have caused you not to use it for 4 hours. Hell, maybe you passed out from the weed. Oh well. This was not meant to offend you (I know you tend to be a bit of a Sensitive Susan).


   
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