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New product idea & terms of use enlightenment
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,782
    Hello Aneros support and fellow Aneros users, :)

    So I've had an idea for a while of the possibility of a new Aneros product to suggest. Somewhere along the way I had a look in the Aneros "Terms of Use",

    Aneros Prostate Massager, Prostate Stimulator Stimulation Terms

    And was quite surprised to find the following of the first half of the "User suggestions, ideas":

    User suggestions, ideas
    All suggestions and ideas for product improvements and other submissions disclosed, submitted or offered to the Site or otherwise disclosed, submitted or offered in connection with your use of this Site (collectively, the "Suggestions") shall be and remain Aneros's property. Such disclosure, submission or offer of any Comments shall constitute an assignment to Aneros of all worldwide rights, titles and interests in all copyrights and other intellectual properties in the Suggestions.

    Now mind you, I'm not angry about this. And I can certainly understand the desire for High Island Health to keep any suggestions regarding improvements of their current line up of products. But for brand new ideas also? Knowing this, I wouldn't post this idea here if I wasn't willing to let someone else have a try at creating it. As I certainly do not have the resources to try and do some sort of business revolving around this idea. So here's your idea Aneros! LOL :D

    I'm wondering if it would be possible to make a woman's G-spot massager based on the similar principles of the Aneros prostate massagers? So that the woman's own vaginal and pelvic muscles control the movement and manipulation of the device. Much like we men do with our anal and pelvic muscles. As much as I love the vagina :D, I'm not sure if it is even capable of doing such a thing. But I thought why not bring it up for a testing idea? I would guess that the P-tab as it's called on the prostate massagers would have to be split in two, into a V formation. Likely with each side possibly resting in the crease of the vagina and legs of the woman so as to keep the device centered and stable. And maybe even a third somewhat flexible arm could extend up the middle for light clitoral contact, or not. I'd guess a traditional tail/handle might also be useful like is already on the prostate massagers to limit how much it pushes into and against the G-spot and also help with keeping it centered and stable in the vagina.

    So does this idea sound plausible?
    Could a woman's vaginal muscles be strong enough and eventually trained to create involuntary contractions to bring herself to a hands free G-spot orgasm with such a device?

    I'll be interested to hear what people think. Thanks. :)

  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,492

    Member 'zaneblue' suggested something similar back in a 2004 thread (see post #6). I believe she also mentioned in one of her other posts that the Gyneflex device she uses does in fact hit her “G-spot”. I also believe there have been discussions about developing a female version and that High Island Health had at one time done some investigation into such a product but anatomical variations in women made this problematic.
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,782
    Hi rumel, :)

    Thank you for your response and the links. After posting this I started wondering if variations in female anatomy might make this a difficult idea to develop. Sounds like the GyneFlex is a better idea for the moment. Ah well... :D