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To put it plainly @potsquirter, all you ever do is speculate. And there is no need for you to speak on my behalf. I'm 35, you're 17? I think you can try speaking for yourself instead.

I've simply become to tight. Has nothing do do with too little lube. A bit more experience and you might have known that..

I am sure everyone else on this thread, besides you, might know about the JOD (jaws). And maybe, just maybe you haven't been at it long enough to experience it mr Potsquirter. Or maybe you're just simply too wide to notice. Not everyone can fit a Prius up there you know... No offence meant!

On the other side, I have never had as many p-waves in succession as I did with weed.

And the progasm was my 2nd investment. Never had any problems with the size until a little while ago. Not doing anything different. Just seems i've become progressivly tighter.


   
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Did your be-hymen grow back? =))


   
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🙂 thanks


   
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Your Mum never could get you to accept the rectal thermometer. It's evident this still haunts you today. ;;)


   
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Your Mum never could get you to accept the rectal thermometer. It's evident this still haunts you today. ;;)

Really..


   
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Did your be-hymen grow back? =))

Great, someone has bad humor.


   
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@Alex_xxx
You should have had enough stones, to leave up the post that made mention of my parents. That would be the post that got you the rectal thermometer reply. Your overuse of the Aneros is effeminizing you. This is quite evident. You need to call your Gynecologist, and set up an appointment for a Pap smear.


   
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If the OP chooses not to remain anonymous, that is his choice. It is actually somewhat admireable. What about the posters that want to tell the whole world (family, friends, strangers) about their Aneros usage? What about people that leave their Aneros lying about for people to see? They choose to remain in anonymity. Yet they condemn the OP. This guy has intestinal fortitude. =D>

Just letting him know he HAS a choice, whether he decides to exercise it is certainly his choice. Huevos es grande for sure....

Wow, you sure read into peoples post a lot more than they typically mean.... How much does Aneros pay you to be the thread police anyway?


   
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@MostIntersting1
Must you be so sensitive? You are out of balance. I'm far from the thread police. Nonetheless, enjoy your day, and limit your Aneros sessions. This will lessen your sensitivity, and cause your suna to stop expelling your anal devices.


   
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@MostInteresting1 :
Not the first time @potsquirter over exaggerates other posters "sensitivity". And certainly not the first time he lets his own mind wander flawful while claiming that it's other posters truth.

@potsquirter, I admire you coming forth about how you love to fumble in the dark. Some people, like you, have a bigger immagination than you do facts. Good for you @potsquirter! Kindergarten all over again! Sounds fun..


   
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@Alex_xxx
You have a good day as well. I thought the forum was done with you, after @inhope DISMISSED you. I will now do the same. Have fun arguing with yourself.


   
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@Alex_xxx
You have a good day as well. I thought the forum was done with you, after @inhope DISMISSED you. I will now do the same. Have fun arguing with yourself.

Pretty shallow of you thinking you are speaking on both one and multiple persons behalf. All you are really doing is dishing out lies about other forum members. Really makes it hard to trust ANYTHING you write. Personally I call BS on everything you say 🙂


   
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@GForce
This is a nice subject. I like your title and comments.

One thing I am wondering though is your will to describe to others what to follow. Is it really possible to convey it (too subtle and influenced by each mind's inner workings)? Can you know what wil be good for another (we are all different and always different in this area)? Why would it be your comcern?

I think interacting is interesting. I find there are some obvious errors or blocades we can advice against. But except for that, isn't everyone's journey his own? I think eventually things happen on their own. If people like what I say about my experience, fine. But I don't want to mess with others experience. It would feel akward to me.


   
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@G-Force
One should seek nothing . Then one will find what one is not seeking.


   
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Ok, ok, ok....your right I should have said nothing.
I am a big believer in this journey being unique and that everyone has to discover what works for them. Was just trying to help others, not tell them what to do. I am usually very careful not to suggest that everyone do what I do. Sometime it may come out this way by accident if asked a direct question.
I guess I will leave it at "don't ask me, go figure it out for yourself" or "seek absolutely nothing" even the do nothing approach is giving people advice that should not be given. Telling someone to seek nothing, is giving advice.

And, right again.....Why do I, feel this is my concern?


   
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@GForce
I think sharing your thoughts and experience is more than fine. No need to apologies.


   
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Oh, PLENTY of climaxes, Pspot. I just don't focus on that point. I open myself to all that being a MMO man is.

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Exactly! It's a wonderful place to BE!

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@GForce, In that case I've had plenty of orgasmic zone sessions. It IS confusing. I was used to expecting a build up of muscle tension and arousal tension with release and resolution before with ejaculation orgasms. Now it's more the involuntary contractions that keep repeating in undulating pattern of pleasure that keep me in the zone. I get discouraged and frustrated when my experience doesn't match other men's as they describe it. But you have described my experience better and given me encouragement NOT to be chasing after other's experiences. I've coached several men successfully so know some of the variety of experiences that are possible. Very different. But the orgasmic zone is a good way to describe it for many of them at different stages. IMO it's very important for more experienced guys to coach newbies if only to be present and concerned, but also to share and be there to answer questions. I'm eternally grateful to those who have coached me. They got me out of the nest so I could begin my own journey.

BTW @gforce, thank you see much for your words of encouragement the other day. They meant a lot to me.

@pspot and @canacan I actually like the hive ass phenomenon as it's a very intimate bonding with another man on a transpersonal level. I think we still have something to learn from our brothers 🙂


   
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@euphemistic
I have no idea why you associate me with Pspotsquirter's comments. LOL


   
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I have no idea why you associate me with Pspotsquirter's comments. LOL

You 2 often agree. I was referring more to your comments about not trusting men to guide newbies in our journeys but instead to trust women.


   
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@Canacan
I was thinking the same. He would have been correct, had he mentioned the 'Syndrome'. Oh well Sifu, this shows that most are not paying attention to the lesson(s) being taught !

@euphemistic
'Hive Ass'-when most have the EXACT SAME EXPERIENCE . This is due to lack of individuality on the journey. The grafting of others ' experience(s), often for ill, is a major cause of this malady. Another contributor of the 'Hive Ass' is heeding advice from those in stagnation . How can one guide another to the mountain top, when one has not climbed it himself . I'm sure all the feel gooders will chime in, "We are all going to make this climb together! Blah blah baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaĂ aaaaaaaaaaaaah , ad nauseum !"

Not true! Most will stay mired in the bog of stagnation , because of lack of courage! The lack of courage to embrace their own journey. One, essentially, can only help one's self. If one is in stagnation , any advice that one gives will only birth more stagnation .


   
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@euphemistic
Why must a man be the guide? Is that not a bit homocentric? The Super O is homologous to the female orgasm is it not? Ergo, a woman knows more than you are willing to acknowledge . Your jealousy of women will prove to be a stumbling block in your journey .


   
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@Pspotsquirter --- I see the importance of the points you make about how we should each seek our own journey rather than rely on the descriptions of others to define our journey! Having courage to explore on our own is supposed to be what this journey is about! Otherwise, it's not really a journey!

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@euphemistic
Why must a man be the guide? Is that not a bit homocentric? The Super O is homologous to the female orgasm is it not? Ergo, a woman knows more than you are willing to acknowledge . Your jealousy of women will prove to be a stumbling block in your journey .

Why shouldn't men be guides? We have prostates and some have more experience than others and are willing to guide. Where are the women volunteering to be guides? Homologous is not identical so differences would be common and maybe magnified. I don't intend to get into another discussion about the similarities between men and women, I've heard enough about that.

This IS a homocentric endeavour IMO. You have your opinion and I respect that. Just don't present it as established fact! Like your assumption that I am jealous of women. That's not so. I'm proud to be a man and don't mind saying so. Don't say things like that.

I don't know if you know what I'm talking about with 'hive ass'. Ask @Artform or @Brine about it. I haven't noticed any stagnation here. Men are just doing their best. Why complicate it or instill isolation and fear? It's not as exalted as you make out. We are NOT alone!

Part of my journey is examining how I present myself, how I regard myself, assert myself without putting others down, how I interact with others, how I express my manhood as well as many other spiritual matters. It's not just about pleasure or energy but a lot of things. Some of that can be shared. Why not? The forum of men here is part of that process. Otherwise we're all on our own in solipsistic isolation. BTW no one is saying that women have nothing to offer.


   
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I had roughly the same idea last month when abstaining from nipples. Basically avoiding a forced climax of sorts as it…short circuits the energy, in a sense. Creates a release.

Granted, I think there's a case for when the mind and body are individually in heat. For example there are times when my body (out of no where) does the usual involuntary contractions for orgasms and I don't care. It's just muscle movements.

On the other hand, my mind could be totally aroused and I don't need to do anything. Fantasising does all the work. This is a case where it would be 'orgasmic' rather than directly an 'orgasm', for me.

The issue here is that either of these can then prod me into wanting both* — leading to frustration and demand to know what's going wrong when, in reality, nothing's the matter. To put it another way, mind and body are similar to partners. If one wants sex and other doesn't, it leads to sexual frustration.

It's arousal naturally flaring up at different times.
*I don't complain when mind and body are in the mood, of course.


   
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Gentlemen, a most provocative and engaging discussion. If I may interject at this point by stating that I also like shoving specially shaped bits of plastic up my bum because it feels nice.


   
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@euphemistic
I have no idea why you associate me with Pspotsquirter's comments. LOL

You 2 often agree. I was referring more to your comments about not trusting men to guide newbies in our journeys but instead to trust women.

Sorry, I never meant that. Either I wasn't clear or you read me wrong.

And as for agreeing, I hope I am free to agree with whatever argument that convince me and not be tied forever to the person who made the comment. I happen to agree with you too in many cases. I even sometimes agree here with some people I think outright insane (and I know most here, including you, agree in that). Please leave me the benefit of having my own free mind.


   
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Gentlemen, a most provocative and engaging discussion. If I may interject at this point by stating that I also like shoving specially shaped bits of plastic up my bum because it feels nice.

This man knows what's up.


   
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@euphemistic
I have no idea why you associate me with Pspotsquirter's comments. LOL

You 2 often agree. I was referring more to your comments about not trusting men to guide newbies in our journeys but instead to trust women.

Sorry, I never meant that. Either I wasn't clear or you read me wrong.

And as for agreeing, I hope I am free to agree with whatever argument that convince me and not be tied forever to the person who made the comment. I happen to agree with you too in many cases. I even sometimes agree here with some people I think outright insane (and I know most here, including you, agree in that). Please leave me the benefit of having my own free mind.

You're right. I was trying to reply to both of you at the same time because you seemed to have similar points. I should have separated my comments to the individual.

However I stand by what I said. You refer men to women's experiences as important all the time but then disparage men's experience in discussions like this, which discourages men from sharing our experiences. Why are you doing that? I'm not disputing that women may have something to teach us but you and pspot have effectively stopped this discussion. That's the real shame.


   
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@euphemistic
I don't disparage men's experience. Nor am I discouraging people from sharing experience. Once again no idea where you get that from. It is very contrary to what I think.

Women experience is important because the inside orgasms are female. People keep painfully reinventing information readily and widely available for a long time... I mean, really: arriving at the exact same words and suggestions. I am serious: down to the very use of words.

Blame me for wanting to help and sharing my experience.


   
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