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Sex with Aneros in wife.
  • Have any of you tried vaginal sex with the Aneros inserted in your wife's rear? Sounds like it might be interesting. Please post your experiences from both male and female perspective.
  • No this is really quiet pointless sticking an aneros in any woman rear, women do not have prostate i doubt it will do anything for her the only thing you might want to do is read lynn's posts especially the women in peridise post there are always plenty of toys out there that you could jam up your wife's rear while you make love but i dont recommend using anything like the helix mgx but in the end you do whatever you like to she is your wife i wont stop you.

    Or if you like you could try buying her a peridise set thats the only aneros toy designed for women
    actually both males and females can use it, i have no idea how the peridise works for women
    or what it does how much pleasure it generates for them best to send lynn a message and ask her advice opinion if your not sure but anyway i hope you and your wife have fun whatever you do.

    Cheers thecritta

    :D :D :wink: :wink:
  • [quote=big jimbo]Have any of you tried vaginal sex with the Aneros inserted in your wife's rear? Sounds like it might be interesting. Please post your experiences from both male and female perspective.

    No but try it with it in you....hehe I have, came like a damn pornstar! All over her face, tits and neck! :D
  • [QUOTE=thecritta;82975]No this is really quiet pointless sticking an aneros in any woman rear, women do not have prostate i doubt it will do anything for her the only thing you might want to do is read lynn's posts especially the women in peridise post there are always plenty of toys out there that you could jam up your wife's rear while you make love but i dont recommend using anything like the helix mgx but in the end you do whatever you like to she is your wife i wont stop you.

    Or if you like you could try buying her a peridise set thats the only aneros toy designed for women
    actually both males and females can use it, i have no idea how the peridise works for women
    or what it does how much pleasure it generates for them best to send lynn a message and ask her advice opinion if your not sure but anyway i hope you and your wife have fun whatever you do.

    Cheers thecritta

    :D :D :wink: :wink:

    Helllo Critta and all,

    I beg to differ. :D Women have a "G" spot, which is near the Skene's glands periurethral glands , just like the male prostate. They are in similar locations anatomically speaking. With the Progasm I get "G" spot stimulation that I find very pleasurable! During sex I get the pleasure as it seems to change the angle of my partners penetration, hence pushing his glans into my G spot, and he enjoys the feeling of the Progasm rubbing against him on each stroke.

    The model may make a difference. Since I *love* pyrex toys I have my eye on the "Progasm Ice" which isn't glass but looks beautiful. Good thing we have lots of toy cleaner, or cover the Aneros with condom so sharing is safe and easy. I haven't tried the Progasm vaginally, but I am very please with it's effects anally. And yes, I not only squirt, but teach about FE (female ejaculation) around the country.

    So, it's not just for guys, but there may be many other ways to reach a woman's G spot than ways for men to stimulate the P spot.

    Reference:

    "The fluid that emerges during sex, female ejaculation has a composition similar to the semen generated in males by the prostate gland,[8] containing biochemical markers of sexual function like human protein 1[9] and the enzyme PDE5 where women without the gland had lower concentrations.[10] When examined with electron microscopy, both glands show similar secretory structures,[11] and both act similarly in terms of prostate-specific antigen and prostate-specific acid phosphatase studies.[12][13][14][15] Because they are increasingly perceived as merely different versions of the same gland, some researchers are moving away from the name Skene's gland and referring to it instead as the female prostate.[16]"

    Citation - Skene's gland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Wet wishes,

    Queen Bee
  • thhn
    Posts: 425
    I thought the peridise didn't actually contact the prostrate but generated an anal orgasm like a butt plug might? Am I wrong?
  • artformartform
    Posts: 1,473
    Warmest of welcomes here QueenBee!! :D :D

    I am thrilled that you have joined the Forum here and are experimenting with Aneros models. It was the aesthetics of the Progasm Ice, which I have and use in several ways, that took me to the larger size models after feeling that i had everything I could want with the astounding successes with MGX, and Eupho in particular!

    My wife, "mrs. a", and I are now more than 3+1/2 years into what we call our "mutual prostates practice"; pursuing her ejaculatory orgasmic responses and my dry prostate orgasms initially, and expanding rapidly into full Taoist Jing>>>Qi/Chi>>>Shen, ecstatic orgasmic spiritual energetic ecstasies. I have claimed the common ground of the male and female prostates for some years. We get great results too using slow sex methods our "Wedding Band" position, very slowly, very gently, until the "flowing waters of the goddess" emerge or flow inward and I too follow dry or wet paths as they choose.

    Since the female erectile tissues can extend from the clitoris back in two forks to very close to the rectal muscle wall, but much further in than the male prostate if one believes the anatomical diagrams, I have wondered about a female Aneros design aimed at these might also prove to be an interesting parallel source of clitoral orgasmic response. Have you seen or tried the new Canadian female prostate (G-spot) stimulator, the Banana loop design?

    I look forward to your future posts and hope we can chat soon here in the weekend chats.

    all the best mutual prostates understandings and practices all

    artform

    PS thhn, you are correct, properly inserted, with the head bulb just inside the second anal sphincter and the smaller bulb beneath resting in the groove in the anus between the outer and inner (second) sphincters, the peridise models do not reach the prostate in males and work for both males and females by triggering anal and peristalic system spasms that generate their own forms of great pleasures and may cause rectal muscle wall spams that do stimulate the male prostate by close association. For some males, a fully inserted peridise, can reach at least part of the prostate area of the rectal muscle wall enough to cause prostate stimulation.
  • VoyagerVoyager
    Posts: 200
    To answer your question big jimbo.

    Yes the wife and I have tried it together.

    She had the MGX and I had the Helix.

    The main feeling she got was one of wanting to go to the toilet.
    She has not tried it since but is not adverse to a digit being inserted.

    I tend to use it myself as an erection booster if I start to wither.
    Withdraw, insert, reinflate and back in the saddle.
  • slimjm
    Posts: 497
    As with Voyager, I've used a smaller model during sex with my wife as an erection booster. She doesn't like touching me there or considering any play in that area. I've introduced my using the Aneros to her as a means for maintaining a healthy prostate and good erectile health but being a traditional girl she has no interest in the subject matter further.
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,672
    Hello Big Jimbo, :)

    Yes, I've tried giving oral sex with one of my ex-girlfriend's with my tail-less MGX inserted in her anus while I had my Helix in mine. I put it in front ways with the P-tab pivoting off to the side of her vagina. It didn't do anything for her even though I gave her a clitoral orgasm. But she was also a bit fearful of it's insertion, and so her anal muscles were likely not relaxed much. So that probably didn't help the whole experience for her. The Aneros prostate massager's are obviously not designed for a woman's anatomy, so it isn't the ideal anal toy for them. But I suspect that much like our own Aneros experience as men, that the woman being comfortable, relaxed, and liking anal play goes a long way towards it being pleasurable. With the exception of QueenBee's experience, I would think that the Peridise would be a more appropriate anal toy for women.

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    Hello QueenBee,

    And welcome to the Aneros forums! :)

    I always treasure the womans perspective and experience in this forum. So thank you for posting your experience with your Progasm. I have to ask though, did you have prior anal play experience before using the Progasm this way that made it both comfortable and pleasurable to use? (Mind you, I'm assuming you had already mastered G-spot orgasms before this) In addition, I wonder where exactly the P-tab (the upper arm towards your vagina) goes with the Progasm inserted anally in you? I ask this because it seems to me that it would be right in the way of your partner inserting his penis in your vagina. So how is the Progasm oriented that it allows penetrative sex to work and be comfortable? Thanks

    Love_is