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    I am straight, Aneros user for 8 years. Having great Super O's, trying different position, breathing techniques, lubes. Everything works perfect. For the last few months, I was trying to achieve anerosless orgasm, and I did it. Difference is that at one point I got an erection ( 90% of time with my MGX, I don't have), and dry orgasms. I was in state of bliss, so I don't remember how many of them, but had ejaculation feeling at least 4 times. It was unique one hour experience.
    At one point I felt tired, and while laying in bed, started watching porn. Started touching my nipples, and performing some kind of massage to myself, I got horny again. Got some contractions. Next I touched my anal opening, and I felt great again.
    For information I never have anything in my ass except Aneros MGX, finger and my wife's tongue several times. This time I was so horny, my body needed something inside me. Never had this feeling, but I wanted it. I did something I couldn't believe I would ever do. I went to drawer, and got my wife's dildo. It's big...8 inches. I lubed it with baby oil, and using suction cup, I stucked it to drawers door.
    Then...I did it. I started f*cking myself. Dildo was huge but I accepted half of it. I was moving, and I felt this prostate touching feeling. In seconds I got an erection. I was moaning as a woman during sex. I was feeling better and better.
    I don't remember how long I was doing this, but what I can recall now is about 5 minutes. I was moaning, almost screaming. At one moment, my legs started shaking, and I came. I started ejaculating without touching my penis. I was out of these world. All 8 inches of dildo were inside me. Feeling was as Aneros orgasm but with ejaculation.
    It took me several minutes to come back on earth. Floor was with my cum. I was in shock of what I did. I was f*cked, and I had an orgasm, that I have only seen on gay porn videos. I was thinking of what I just did, started touching my cock, and got an erection again. This time I was jerking, and in less than a minute, I ejaculated again.
    Cleaned the floor, washed dildo and put it back, so my wife wouldn't suspect anything, and right now I am writing to you.
    I have contractions right now. My prostate is awake. I have some spasms. Tonight I am going to use my MGX to see what will happen.

  • #2
    Does the term ‘straight’ now feel like a cultural construct that has been holding you back?

    How does it feel now that you have allowed yourself to pleasure yourself as your body longed for - liberating?

    Thank you so much for sharing this development - reading such experiences ramps up all the sensations in the reader I find

    Please share your further adventures - and BRAVO man - another new beginning!

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    • #3
      veryhorny3, congrats on your eagerness to experiment and thanks for sharing your exquisite experience.

      If you should be concerned about your sexual orientation, you can search for "strap-on" and "pegging" and you'll find a lot material about heterosexual men who allow themselves to enjoy anal pleasure, the way you just did it or getting pegged by their wifes, without any effects on their preferences.

      If you are concerned about the health of your wife, please go and religiously disinfect your wife's dildo or replace it by a new one before her next use. If you want to use her dildo in the future, use a condom to prevent her from any infection, that could be caused by your anal bacterias. Only washing it is NOT recommended.

      After all stay nosy and have fun!
      Admittedly a bit envious about that handsfree spurting
      Mart
      No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path. BUDDHA
      Instead blaze your own trail and add strings to your own bow. Your best expert is you!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by hapticbear View Post
        Does the term ‘straight’ now feel like a cultural construct that has been holding you back?
        Constructs aren't things to be rejected out-of-hand. They're useful as points of reference. Everyone is entitled to draw outside the lines or stay within them, as they please.

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        • #5
          So are you 18 years old or something? ive never had anywhere near, even in my youth, that degree/level of arousal and horniness. Are you taking some sort of arousal drug or something? what?

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          • #6
            YES. Next step, get your wife a strap-on belt and accompanying dildo for... your birthday! Surprise!!!

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            • #7
              I thought I should add to this in a serious way. I have experienced what you, veryhorny3 ,felt, many times before and acted on it. That is, the sudden desire, no, the need to be fucked by something, the bigger the better. It is an incredible sensation, and as a straight man it by no means has anything to do with my sexual orientation. After experimenting on my own, I started asking girlfriends to fuck me with dildo, which I have experienced with many partners over the last several years. The other night I was finally fucked for the first time by a girlfriend with a dildo actually mounted on a belt. That was even more powerful. Having your legs up in the air with your partner towering over you with two free hands to play with your dick and balls, to hold you and caress you and slap your ass, to stroke your cock in rhythm with her thrusting hips until... well you know the ending!

              I think EVERY straight man should know what this is like (nothing against non-straight men across the spectrum, but for the most part y'all know what it is like already). Both the act of being penetrated (and everyone here can attest to that), and submitting completely to your partner. Spreading your legs, revealing the parts of your body that are most vulnerable, allowing a trusted partner to enter you and manipulate you, take total control.... And while most women are happy to do penetrate a man, there are even a large number who desire it. Only once was I rejected by a woman who said she didn't feel comfortable penetrating me, but a week later she wrote me to say that after some thought she really wanted to learn how to penetrate a man. SO. Straight men. Go get fucked by your partners. And non-straight men, you are a bunch of lucky devils!

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              • #8
                I couldn’t read through this post without sharing my own experience. I too never imagined that I would ever find myself using a dildo. But finding such enjoyment in the various Aneros models that I own, it gradually became a temptation I could not resist. Call it curiosity or whatever, but after being used to inserting Aneros tools, I had no hangups about sampling a smallish dildo, why would you? I began with a cheapish one at first but then took the plunge and bought a second one which was quite expensive, but it was worth every penny. It is an indescribable experience, as is using an Aneros. It might not be for everyone, but guys, be open minded is all I can say I have found it helped improve my Aneros sessions too and vise versa, it seems to awaken other nerves and muscles.

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                • #9
                  I'll say again, men that hold themselves to traditional models of masculinity shouldn't be mocked or derided for it. Neither should they be called close-minded for choosing not to explore their sexuality further. I understand why a guy would want to sorta 'spread the gospel' of this new thing that he's found that makes him feel great, but just like the real Gospel, if someone says "Nah, I'm good", then don't push. Peer pressure and brow beating are a good way to close someone off to something forever, and then they're lost.

                  Telling guys they should start off right away with a brutal pegging is probably not the best way to go about it. Start with something lighter, like medical roleplay. Or if guy's a romantic (or one of those "I don't cum until she does" kinda guys), tell him that it's a good way to get closer to his wife/gf/partner, to gain that greater understanding about what goes on in her body.

                  That said, if you tell a guy to start off with something tame like indoor climbing, and he said "No way! I wanna go skydiving!", then by all means, encourage that mentality.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by hapticbear View Post
                    Does the term ‘straight’ now feel like a cultural construct that has been holding you back?

                    How does it feel now that you have allowed yourself to pleasure yourself as your body longed for - liberating?

                    Thank you so much for sharing this development - reading such experiences ramps up all the sensations in the reader I find

                    Please share your further adventures - and BRAVO man - another new beginning!
                    hapticbear I never felt any need to be with a man. Even now, after my "anal" experience, I don't think it's a gay thing. I love sex, I love to play and to experiment but sex with a man is not my game.

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                    • #11
                      kaygo I would like to defend myself (as I feel your message is directed at me), and I also agree with you to a certain extent.

                      To be fair I didn’t say everyone should start with brutal pegging. I described my experience which like many started small and got more extreme with time. Then I said I think all men should experience being penetrated by a partner. Albeit in a preachy sort of way, because I guess I’m pretty excited about it all.

                      I hope I didn’t shame anyone by imposing my opinion, and I would never mock anyone for their heteronormative sexuality. I think all types of sexuality are valid. If I did offend anyone I am sorry. I do have a tendency to talk overtly about sexuality (and how I perceive it) with anyone and everyone. For example, I have told almost every man I know about aneros and the joys of prostate play. I have had to alter the way I describe it to fit every person, because when I talk to individual people about it, I can do so. E.g. I told my dad—yes my dad, who has prostate problems— about it differently than I told my bdsm loving friend about it. Here on the internet I am talking anonymously to folk I don’t know. Being called out on it makes me more aware of who I am addressing. But honestly it doesn’t seem like much of a stretch (pun intended) to proselytize about the joys of pegging on a forum for men who stick things up their butt for pleasure, and it is especially appropriate in a thread where someone just described a (seemingly transcendental) experience of self-pleasure with a large dildo.

                      So in the future I will be sure to keep in mind the diversity of those on this forum and try not to impose my ideas upon others, the way I just did in that post. However almost everything I have discovered related to my sexuality in the last 6 months has been inspired by reading the colorful accounts I have come across here, and as a result I have rediscovered my body and it’s infinite possibilities. So I will definitely not tame my enthusiasm of sharing in detail that which I find pleasurable, if it seems related to the aneros experience.


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                      • #12
                        veryhorny3 - your reply gave me a broad smile as I'm obviously very bad at phrasing my question - I was just intrigued by the way you had begun your first posting on this topic by saying "I am straight" - it felt for me that you were implying none of the rest that followed would be expected if you were straight - so I guess I'm saying, was some definition of 'straight' that you were holding in your head holding you back from the exploration you allowed yourself to have?

                        I agree with you - I don't think the whole Aneros experience and the other explorations it seems to open up for some men is a 'gay' or 'straight' thing - just a man being able to explore the range of pleasures he can experience with his embodiment - it's kind of outside of the sexual orientation labelling in another category that our cultural constructs have not really addressed as yet.

                        Thank you for giving me the opportunity to hopefully clarify my original intention behind the question.

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                        • #13
                          AN APOLOGY
                          It has been pointed out that I may have inferred that guys on this site are narrow minded. I would like to offer an unreserved apology if this has caused offence, it was never my intention to do so. I hope you can find it in your hearts to forgive me. I realise some of you might not get to read this apology straight away, maybe you are busy inserting things up your bums
                          I am off to sit on the naughty step.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by hapticbear View Post
                            veryhorny3 -

                            I agree with you - I don't think the whole Aneros experience and the other explorations it seems to open up for some men is a 'gay' or 'straight' thing - just a man being able to explore the range of pleasures he can experience with his embodiment - it's kind of outside of the sexual orientation labelling in another category that our cultural constructs have not really addressed as yet.
                            .
                            veryhorny3 Great line, regarding Aneros and prostate explorations. I recently shocked myself going beyond what I thought I'd do as well, just following my instincts, and walked away from it utterly surprised by how good it felt and and also how in a way I was weirded out by it too, to the point of being slightly alarmed of the thought: "where will this lead". But I understood what haptic bear is saying eventually.
                            I consider myself hetero, but it's true that the Aneros really goes beyond that categorization and invites lots of questioning yourself and your cultural assumptions. Going with what your primal, truest self tells you to do has worked for me, and so far it has led me only to experiences I enjoy more and that enrich my life, both solo and with my wife.

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                            • #15
                              divine_oblivion Harper Hang on, I was just saying what I was saying as an open "This is how I feel about it". It's become kind of a reflexive response lately, what with certain elements of the political clime being inescapable lately.

                              If you feel like you need to spread the good news, go for it, and go on as long as I go on.

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