Super-O's are really really weird
Posted by on 2011-01-19 11:29:00
Session Length: ~5 hours
Models Used: Progasm
In the forum I've written about how I think the aneros allows men to have the same kind of orgasm as women get from really, really good sex. And as my experiences have gotten more intense, that belief has strengthened.
In my recent sessions, each successive dry-o would push the tension I felt in my body higher and higher. First I would get the leg twitches and a couple mini-o's. Then the kicking and bucking which led to a bigger one. Then the full body thrashing and moaning. (To the point where I kind of hurt my neck from my head snapping back and forth!) And finally culminating at the 2 hour mark with every muscle in my body frozen in tension for what felt like hours, though really no more than 3 or 4 minutes.
And after this I knew I could keep going, but I was so mentally exhausted that I had to jerk myself off just to release all that tension. Then, after about a half hour break I went right back at it through the same process lasting another 2 hours.
Here's what I'm getting at: if I'm right that the aneros gives men female orgasms, then a woman's experience is probably similar to this.
But whenever I've had one of those super-hot, half-hour or longer sessions with a woman where I'm just relentlessly pounding her through seven different positions, it always ends with her begging me to cum in her or on her anywhere. And that's the only thing in the world that can give her relief.
But for me, as a man, there's no way to get that relief from a piece of plastic that's running on auto-pilot. So the tension, while extremely pleasurable, starts to feel torturous. And there's no way to get relief except to revert to a standard male orgasm.
And that all just felt really weird to me after it was over. Not bad really, just bizarre.
Incidentally, I think I understand now why several of my partners would get sooooooo disappointed when I couldn't cum.